|Reviews for In All Her Wisdom|
| BlueWater5 chapter 16 . 2/17
| RhodaBush chapter 15 . 3/4/2014
wonderful story! It would make a great series!
| RhodaBush chapter 16 . 3/1/2014
| Guest chapter 16 . 3/8/2013
A lovely story, well thought-out. Thank you!
| furface294 chapter 16 . 1/19/2013
Not usually a fan of time turner stories, but, after reading this, I may let you try and change my mind!
| yay chapter 16 . 11/23/2012
The idea that her parents have no choice but to get together is a bit unrealistic. The rest is pretty good, especially Athena's thought processes.
| yay chapter 13 . 11/23/2012
...she's behaving illogically already! Prepping for hormones!
But seriously, she's a little illogical in this.
| yay chapter 10 . 11/23/2012
Minerva takes this...incredibly well. Possibly unrealistically well.
| yay chapter 8 . 11/23/2012
Well, the entire castle is going to know by the next day.
| yay chapter 6 . 11/23/2012
"Severus was positively fuming by the end of that little speech. How dare the woman suggest that he might actually turn away his four-year-old daughter if she asked to stay with him! She, ofall people, should know that he was not completely heartless, and more than capable of taking care of his charges. He had even extended that bloody courtesy to James Potter's spawn. By this time, he had most conveniently forgotten that only two days before, he kicked up a fuss over letting Athena visit his classroom and complained about spending his free time with her."
| yay chapter 5 . 11/23/2012
The assumptions about Hadrian are reasonable (from his point of view) and funny.
| yay chapter 4 . 11/23/2012
Athena's logic about Hogwarts being London makes a lot of sense, especially for a four year old.
| yay chapter 3 . 11/23/2012
The reasoning behind not using Legilimancy is both interesting and completely valid, as is the logic about Greek vs Latin in the Wizarding world. The only questionable thing in this chapter is this: "Unlike Severus, who was much more accustomed to witnessing feminine bids for attention and sympathy than his no-nonsense female colleague." Why would Minerva be less accustomed? They're both teachers.
| yay chapter 2 . 11/23/2012
"His curt explanation that the girl had suddenly materialised in his study did him no favours in Poppy's books. Young children did not just 'appear' at Hogwarts; they always arrived by train, carriage or sometimes flying car."
| yay chapter 1 . 11/23/2012
This seems like plausible four year old thinking.