|Reviews for Harry Potter and the Wastelands of Time|
| Gwenlynn chapter 31 . 11/26/2013
Wow. Truly Epic. Well worth my time reading it. Thanks for the great effort of weaving this tale.
| OMFG chapter 31 . 11/15/2013
The best story I have ever read!
BTW you should consider making this a movie of sorts (Part 1, Part 2 etc)
| DalkonCledwin chapter 15 . 10/14/2013
I think you got your facts wrong about when and where the Voynich Manuscript was actually discovered, but oh well, rewriting history for the benefit of the story is all good I suppose.
| Numbuh six-sixtysix chapter 17 . 10/14/2013
Okay, twice now I've read Harry talk about going on an adventure. And twice now, I've felt the urge to grab a pith helmet, a khaki shirt, and my most irrepressible smile, nothing more being necessary, and _follow_.
It's the attitude, I think. Harry is channeling an aura of oh-so-British ... certainty of victory, is the best way I can describe it, that I haven't seen since the film industry stopped glorifying the Empire.
I could ignore everything else in this story, and for that _alone_ , I would love this story. But you seem to have written a gleefully infectious character, a compelling storyline, and a well-rounded supporting cast, to boot.
Well done, ser. Well done.
| kelwin chapter 1 . 10/7/2013
| DalkonCledwin chapter 7 . 10/5/2013
The Pantheon is not the one of the oldest standing man made structures in the world. It may not be fully standing anymore (in fact its in ruins) but one of the oldest verified standing structures in the world is the Temple of Hagar Qim in Malta which dates to 3,600 to 3,200 B.C. Also even though it isn't strictly a building so much as a stone circle, the oldest incarnation of Stonehenge dates back to 5,000 B.C.
There is also a structure underwater in Japan that some claim is man made. This is debatable, but if true, that structure is over 10,000 years old. Making it the oldest structure claimed to be man made ON THE ENTIRE PLANET.
| Dom36 chapter 31 . 10/5/2013
Fantastic Story! I loved every minute of it. I read the most if it all one sitting, and it was a tremendous journey. My head is still trying to make sense of half of it, and I expect I will have to reread it again to truly understand it. Looking forward to reading the sequel next, and hope it offers some explanations to the dozens of questions I have.
One particular part that confused me was Chronos and Saturnia 'end game' I didn't quite get it? Why was Saturnia posing as Grace the whole time? Also it makes it seem at the end that Chronos and Saturnia had been planning this end together the whole time, but then why earlier was Chronos surprised that Saturnia had taken Harry's blood?
Thank you again for writing the tremendous story!
| Malix2 chapter 31 . 10/5/2013
Ok, I started reading this months ago, then for a time I either lost interest or was distracted by other stories, then looked at this tab in my browser the other day, started reading and I had a hard time stopping until I finally finished it. Harry is rather broody and such in this, but it's to be expected I guess. I mean if even with time travel and countless chances you kept failing over and over, well, that would depress anyone, especially even if you did horrible things in desperation, and it /still/ wasn't enough. You'd still have to live with the guilt. It's definitely a rather unique take on a time travel story. Most of them, something bad happens they can just go back and undo it until everything is perfect, in this story it doesn't work like that, he still loses, and now has finally run out of chances. It's been /anything/ but easy, constant pain, getting wounded over and over, losing first fingers, then the whole hand. This story is just wow. Then again, the more hardship he goes through the more heroic it seems. Usually I read stories where all the problems get fixed and everything turns out well at the end, but this is an exception, once I got far enough into it I couldn't stop. All the negativity was turning me off at the beginning, but I'm glad I picked it back up.
| bkasavan chapter 20 . 10/3/2013
Awww, I realy think that he ought to have told the Aurors
"Hi, I didn't kill the president, though I did enter illegally.
But sometime later today, there are going to be goblins, hired wizards, and Blue's forces here to kill me, and frankly, I'm more worried about them.
Would you mind staying around, and waiting until they got here?
O, and I have a ridiculous amount of protective wards here, most which have been forgotten for thousands of years."
| bkasavan chapter 4 . 9/30/2013
Let me guess.
A small withdrawal is in the couple of millions range? :D
| Dorian Maelus Black chapter 15 . 9/27/2013
I really love it, amazingly well written and truly epic. However, I can't keep reading, it's just too heavy.
| polarpwnage chapter 16 . 9/22/2013
I know Harry is a bit wacky from extensive time travel, but his thought process and speech is pissing me off. Always the lies, the hesitation. What the heck is holding him back? He's got all time he needs. If he wants something he should just take it
| Guest chapter 31 . 9/16/2013
| Master chapter 2 . 9/2/2013
It's only been 1 chapter and already you have me desiring a romantic encounter with Tonks. I feel like I will rather enjoy this story. Please continue
| noname chapter 31 . 9/1/2013
biggest waist of time