|Reviews for An Inconvenient Truth|
| Greg chapter 19 . 9/19
Why do so many people get proscribed and prescribed confused? I see proscribed misused in so many stories. Like this one.
| Greg chapter 16 . 9/19
Technically, there are only two sides on a cube, the left side and the right side. There's also a front, a back, a top, and a bottom. It's all in how you look at it.
| Greg chapter 9 . 9/18
You weren't very good at math, were you? The first horcrux is 50%. The second is 25%. The third is 12.5%. The fourth is 6.25%. Add them together and you get 93.75%, which is less than 99%. So the explanation that destroying only the first four horcruxes makes Tom capable of being killed doesn't work.
| noondark chapter 15 . 8/27
I think that you almost got to the point that never really seems to be recognized in stories that the school including it’s administration and teachers as well as the entirety of the Wizarding government are failing their students and people. We are seeing this from Amelia’s point of view and she has been in the government for 40 years, which makes sense as to why she lies to Hermione’s parents even when she believes what she says to be the truth and what they are told is still a sweetened version of actual events.
| RatherFabulous chapter 26 . 7/9
This was so well written and thought out. I really enjoyed it. It makes a great change from trolling through drivel written by hormonal young twits! :D
The thing that is both sad and wonderful about being not-old is that you don't know what you don't know. (And...although I'll be 60 this year, I STILL don't know what I don't know, and I don't yet know what things I should be grateful that I don't know. Lots to look forward to.)
| RatherFabulous chapter 15 . 7/8
She chose BLUE NUN? At a place like that? That's kinda the wine version of being in a place like that and ordering a grilled cheese sandwich. And while I AM an American, Bud Light is for picnics, summer-time back porch-sittin' and yard work on a hot Texas day, old boy. I'd much prefer me a good Ziegenbock or Modelo Negro, when I want a TASTY cold one. Maybe a porter or stout if I want a beer that drinks like a cheese-burger. Gave up on m' figure a while back.)
On another note, my dad, who's 80, and my mom have been all over, even up to Canada, on their steel horses. It's his favorite thing in life, and such a shame that his health is putting his stable of steeds out to pasture. The Vulcan Nomad, the Harleys and the Honda Goldwing ride no more, or at least very little.
All the best to ya.
| phoenix-rob chapter 26 . 7/7
thank you for an amazing story.
| Lucifer The Archangel chapter 26 . 6/26
Should've killed Ron, Hermione's thing with Cedric was weird as hell and came from no where, you never did anything with crouch jr messing up Moody's code word, and weird for the epilogue to have no mention of Harry, and instead end with Hermione hoping to reconnect with Ron.
| Baz62 chapter 7 . 6/20
Why can't we just kill off Ron at the beginning of every story.
| odonnellzoo99 chapter 26 . 5/30
| Jetstream chapter 9 . 3/6
I don’t understand, why hasn’t Harry brought up the passcode failure? You inserted that detail, but it hasn’t led to anything.
| Guest chapter 26 . 2/7
Good story. Please add that it's a Harry & Susan pairing though. They are slick underrated as a couple. There was a really good one with them ending up together as Harry went to become an Auror & was trained by Moody. Amelia lived and became a powerful & prominent in magical law enforcement. Susan took up a job as...I think it was something like a lawyer or something along the lines of what fans had Ted Tonks doing. Hermione became a healer and ended up with Cedric (he lived). I can't remember the name if it but it was very political and high tension as war was raging. Anyway, thanks for the story.
| Pat chapter 26 . 2/1
Thank you once again for writing these stories.
The ending, the last 2 chapters, felt a bit rushed - like you'd just wanted to be done working on this story.
I do appreciate all the stories and authors you recommended - finding your name was on someone else's recommendation, so who knows how long the chain of recommendations will get? That said, though, when you listed just numbers instead of authors or titles... I stopped taking notes. So who knows what good stories I'll miss reading? Ah well, I've read multiple thousands of stories by now, so I've already read many good ones and can hardly manage to read all the fan fiction in the world.
| Guest chapter 4 . 2/1
Unlike your speculation, I think a more logical explanation is that in JKR's world murder tares the soul in half. By the time his soul got to the snake (6 splits) it was 1/64th of a normal soul. That according to one rather well reasoned story on this site makes what is left about the size of a squirrel's soul. An additional 2 murders (James and Lilly) Tom's soul would have been down to 1/256th of his normal soul. Tom and Rita in her 6-legged form might have got along well. That's all assuming Tom had and an accomplice do all the other killing he was accredited with. The attempt on Harry's life with the AK curse might have left him with a 1/512th of a soul. That might have worked for a flee but might have uncontrollable urges to randomly hop to anything warm, including the guy forming the curse or baby Harry and latched his tiny bit onto a scar. caused by shrapnel in the room. There is a suggestion that if a dollar was doubled on every square of a chess board the resulting wealth could bankrupt a large government. Go figure?
| iacopo.passerini chapter 1 . 1/22