|Reviews for Wish Carefully|
| silverrain-shiningsun chapter 1 . 8/20
Nicely thought out.
| GAT-X105VividPanzer chapter 1 . 7/30
Such a well-written and thought out story. Be careful what you wish for, indeed.
| daredevilry chapter 1 . 6/10
Damn that was great.
| Love2read23 chapter 1 . 4/21
Thank you for this very well detailed what if the Death Eaters got what they wanted piece. It's brilliant.
| Sam chapter 1 . 4/15
This was brilliant
| Zarroc789 chapter 1 . 4/11
this was one of the most interesting Fanfictions I have ever read and I mean that in an extremely complimentary way
| reddir chapter 1 . 3/25
I just reread this and I _still_ love it even after several years of having read so much else.
Also, re Leonidas not losing his magic despite dealing with muggle orphanages...
*Possibility 1, mentioned by others: he considers himself a Light supporter, has for a long time. So, he is not bound by the Parley accord agreements.
*Possibility 2: they are _Squib_ orphanages, maybe set up by the Light supporters for this very reason...or possibly exiled squib children of Dark supporters.
Either way, he is not really dealing with muggles.
Also2, Leonidas seems like a hero. He is strong, capable, and honorable. He hasn't self-destructed despite his disgust at this society. Instead he continues to give good council to anyone who might listen while standing up for what matters to him. One assumes, due to Lucius not condemning him, that Leonidas is looking after the family affairs as would be expected of him.
| Mari Wollsch chapter 1 . 3/7
| Guest chapter 1 . 2/25
Literally the best Harry Potter fanfiction, I have ever read. It cuts right to point and leaves you with a sense of fulfilment.
| Shahismael chapter 1 . 2/7
An interesting piece.
I look forward to reading more of your work.
| Right What Is Wrong chapter 1 . 1/26
Chilling. Extremely good.
Spectacular "be careful what you wish for" story.
| Anaelyssa chapter 1 . 1/13
An interesting essay.
| Brian1972 chapter 1 . 1/7
This is really an interesting one. I would say Leonidas nailed it.
Their best chance might be to somehow lure Voldemort into loseing his magic by attacking muggles (although those involved have to sacrefice their magic to do it). Then at least they can life free from him. But it is unlikley that they can lure enough people back to Britain without essentially foldeing and changeing their laws and goverment by more or less 180.
| redandready45 chapter 1 . 12/21/2017
This story tells the moral about "not getting drunk on your Kool-aid" excruciatingly well.
| exillion chapter 1 . 11/27/2017
... Harry has a dozen children? Really? A mother or a father barely has enough love to give to three for even five children, but a dozen? You realize how much neglect there is in there?