|Reviews for Changing of the Guard|
| lil chapter 38 . 11/2/2013
"All of them are me"
That's so beautifully put, so true and so right. Fortunately, Draco could show him that.
| menolikey chapter 20 . 11/2/2013
Awww this makes me sad for the future!
| menolikey chapter 19 . 11/2/2013
Yessss... Draco knows and Harry knows that Harry's Harry! :) Yay!
| lil chapter 35 . 11/2/2013
Nusante is such a shallow personage...
| menolikey chapter 15 . 11/2/2013
Ah que no! Harry don't be Brian! Be Harry!
| lil chapter 34 . 11/2/2013
Oh please, someone kill Nusante, sloooowly and painfully... very painfully. Seriously, what right does he have to write such a letter to Harry? Arg, I won't say anything else about him, I could go on and on and never stop... I would like to see Draco reading the letter and making him feel how wrong he is.
| menolikey chapter 1 . 11/2/2013
Awwies. So exciting!
| lil chapter 32 . 11/2/2013
I'm so disgusted by the reaction of the people during the meeting. Harry is going to risk everything and unlike them, he's not a nobody whose actions mean nothing. His will be scrutinized and commented and condemned. And they have the galls to reproach him not having taken any actions before? And wonder how they can't see that it's HIM with Draco that have first came out of the closet in public. Not them, poor stupid people they are.
| lil chapter 10 . 11/1/2013
Oups... Apparently, displaying such power was a mistake...
| lil chapter 3 . 10/31/2013
hahaha, they are into each other, but what will happen when Draco discovers Brian is Harry? I'm looking forward to reading the confrontation with Draco's parents !
| lil chapter 2 . 10/31/2013
This story seems very promising, I can't wait to read the following chapters !
| MikoGoddess chapter 50 . 10/31/2013
You are such an amazing writer. I stumbled across Practicing Liars recently, and didn't look at the author til near the end, and laughed thinking 'of course it would be so good!' because I read a few of your stories years ago and recognized your name from that.
That aside, I've just been reading through your stories one after another because the worlds and characters you create (or improve upon) are just fantastic. I normally find myself skimming parts of a story that don't focus directly on the romance or plot that I wanted to read, but with your stories I read every bit, and scrutinize every bit, because you breathe such life into your writing that I simply find it impossible to do otherwise. Even situations I would otherwise not want to read about, you make tolerable, and even enjoyable.
As for this story. My God, your handling on people. I want it. The fact that you resolve issues within a reasonable amount of time, and with a careful consideration of all the emotions and thoughts one might feel and have is a breath of fresh air from stories that would've dragged the angst of the first conflict out for another ten chapters. Your characters actually think, and react in more than one way, and balance so many emotions like real life. I can't really say any more about it without just babbling the same stuff over, so I won't. Just wanted to say how much I appreciate that.
Harry's situation was enthralling throughout this story. I love how you introduced his 'issues' to use a broad term, and only later revealed to the reader how very much trouble Harry was actually in. He created some magical version of multiple personality disorder, which was interesting in its own right. What really fascinated me though was when he started trying to 'create' a persona for Draco, and decided he had to combine three Harrys to do so. And I could only laugh and shake my head sadly at him for not realizing that he was just trying to create himself; for not knowing how to be himself anymore. And you have such a command of the language and situations that I can be confident in coming to those conclusions, without wondering whether you meant that deeper meaning, or I'm just reading too much into it. (And speaking of command of the language, I have to keep a dictionary tab open when I read your stories! And I wouldn't consider myself a low-level reader.)
There's only one word I could find that's out of place on a few occasions, and that's 'whipped'. Sounds pretty painful if one were to whip a tear from their eye, instead of wiped it. (Unless it's something like 'whinged' which I always thought was people misspelling 'whined' until I looked it up earlier.)
Anyway, that's enough of my rambling and praising of this years-old story. (Well, even though much of this was about your writing in general.) Loved it. You're fantastic. Off to either be productive or read some more now. Happy Writing! :)
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| Guest chapter 9 . 10/19/2013
o my my great chapter