Reviews for Partially Kissed Hero
blue artemis chapter 17 . 8/3/2008
This is really a fascinating story, weaving all parts of the canon into it.
anon chapter 3 . 8/3/2008
Otherwise he would've been another Voldemort standing there, wearing Harry's body like a set of clothes.

creepiest thing ever. i applaud you.
Godslayer221 chapter 17 . 8/3/2008
What started out as an interesting story has gone on to become one of the strangest works of fanfiction I've ever read. Very enjoyable but strange none the less.

I look forward to the next chapter.
knightblazer85 chapter 17 . 8/3/2008
enough with the FREAKIN FAIRIES
Firehedgehog chapter 17 . 8/3/2008
love the update
Vilkath chapter 17 . 8/3/2008
Interseting comment about the cloak, not only has it always been shown to be bad luck for Harry but it never really proved itself to be all that 'powerful' for a hallow. I mean other order memembers seem to do just as well with noraml invisbility cloaks, many fics show Moody being able to see harry easily, dumbledoor can, others can smell or hear Harry under it.

Frankly it never really lived up to it's legend in the HP canon.
A chapter 17 . 8/3/2008
Very interesting. Can the maclaw be diluted by washing the cloak in a special manner?
bandgsecurtiyaw chapter 17 . 8/3/2008
Great work.
zafaran chapter 13 . 8/3/2008
As I start this review I've just reached the paragraph on the cotton gin and its related information. So far I've seen you mention animal based/protein fibers like wool and silk (which if you've ever read the directions on Oxi-Clean you'll notice that it says to not use it on them since protein-based stains and protein-based fabric fibers are both effected by the chemical reactions), and then cotton is the only plant based fiber you mention. Their is a whole *world* of other plant-based fibers, some of which are easily to get in both spun and woven forms such as linen which is produced from the flax plant. It used to hold the place as most used plant-based fiber for spinning and weaving before the advent of the cotton gin. You had hemp which was the basis for the really high-grade rope, and very tough fabric (as well as paper), and from Japan you also had kudzu. It's a bast fiber which is prepared the same way flax is processed to produce linen, and it produces an *incredibly* durable fiber that used to be woven into incredibly durable fabric. The article I read in my fiber arts periodical that detailed how to process the fiber for spinning and weaving, quoted a saying about how the grandfather wore the kimono as a coat, the son wore the same as a regular kimono because the fabric had soften during the grandfather's lifetime, and the grandson wore the same kimono to sleep in since it had taken two generations of wear to where it had softened enough to be worn against the skin. Of the synthetic fibers, Nylon(tm) polyamide might be dancing close enough to the line since it's made from an organic base that is chemically treated and then spun out from spinnerets like a spider spins silk. I hope your schedule and muse will allow you to write and post more chapters sometime soon. Keep up the good work. Zafaran {mailto:} zafaran {at} fastmail {dot} fm
zafaran chapter 8 . 8/3/2008
I read about him putting the leather-bound copies of LotR and Hobbit in the library and couldn't help but smirk. I don't know if the UK had or has leather-bound copies available from their regular publishing houses, but over here there was a very expensive leather-bound and boxed edition of for both books (LotR was divided into volumes simply because of the sheer size of the book, not because Tolkien wrote it as three separate books) done for a special printing in the '70s. Mother gave me copies for a present for Christmas of the year they were published, and they are utterly *magnificent*. The Hobbit has vividly dark red leather that the Gryffindor's would cooing over, and Lord of the Rings has a rich, verdant dark emerald leather that would make a Slytherin hiss in joy. I'm looking forward to seeing what happens in the upcoming chapters. I hope your schedule and muse will allow you to write and post more chapters sometime soon. Keep up the good work. Zafaran {mailto:} zafaran {at} fastmail {dot} fm
madsloth chapter 16 . 8/3/2008
This is a great story, it is quite enjoyable and I am looking forward to more. I like how you addressed Fawkes being with dumbs I have seen a few forced bonds, evil Fawkes (wtf), tricked Fawkes, or Dumbs corruption corrupted Fawkes but using the GOF to do a forced bond was a very interesting idea. Thanks for taking the time to write this fic.
camarts13 chapter 10 . 8/3/2008
Your story is tiring to read, not in the sence of being bad (It's a really good one in fact) But it's a lot to take in when trying to read it more that five chapters at a time. I'm going through information overlaod right now so I have to go do something else. However, I will return, I really want to know where this is going. So have a good day and Happy Writing
The Third Biker Scholar chapter 16 . 8/2/2008
can't wait to read more!
laser-jet chapter 16 . 8/2/2008
nice story
TheHard chapter 16 . 8/2/2008
Wow! Nice, but that means this story is gonna be going forever! xD (not that I don't like it :D)

Nice chapter, and I'm looking for the next Infinite1 chapters :)
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