|Reviews for Shards of Time: The Master of Death|
| Deadzepplin chapter 8 . 5/6/2012
if legilemancy lets someone read the magical memory residue then why doesn't harry just set it up so all of his memories are drained into a pensive or a container so that no one can read his mind
| Deadzepplin chapter 7 . 5/6/2012
Will Fawkes be helping harry with the cloak also?
| JackFrost14 chapter 11 . 5/5/2012
| treena-ivy-carter chapter 11 . 4/23/2012
*Ollivander voice* Interesting...very interesting...
| sonotawriter chapter 11 . 4/21/2012
Really enjoyed what you've written so far - are you going to continue with this?
| danbear chapter 11 . 4/17/2012
| MystiStar1 chapter 11 . 4/11/2012
This story intrigues me. I look forward to reading more. Thank you for posting. :)
| FreelanceBum chapter 3 . 4/8/2012
I would like to point out a Brazilian snake would have trouble surviving in a Scottish winter. And by trouble I mean practically no chance. Not really a concern though.
Why wouldn't the major plan be stun the hell out of Quirrel after telling Dumbledore? Then keep him stunned, or put him in a chest with no wand that can't be opened. Or something else, like a permanent sleep. I'm sure magic has a way to keep Quirrel alive but unconscious.
| Rokkis chapter 11 . 4/3/2012
Pity you never continued this story. It's good and solid and has potential to be truly epic...
| So1Thought chapter 11 . 3/23/2012
The mystery's starting...
The only a bit OOC person is Draco... He's usually a very hard character to write when you're trying to convert him to the light...
But then again, I've yet to meet one that's very genuine...
I love the plot though the time turner bit still confuses me.
Quite a lot.
Looking forward to the next chapter!
| nwyd chapter 11 . 3/21/2012
Wow. Harry is awesome Draco is nice:) But Ron is a git:/ Love your story, it's very interesting can't wait to read more:D
| bookivore chapter 9 . 3/11/2012
Eh, didn't Peeves drop a partially broken vanishing cabinet? ;) I would tend to make more of it being in the ROR before it should be. Borgin after all thought he had one of a broken pair, something has to be broken.
| bookivore chapter 6 . 3/11/2012
As for the Elder Wand, I think Harry pulled the same trick that Dumbledore was trying to do. The allegiance of the Elder Wand is very tricky, considering that it can be won by theft and murder and apparently most anything other than battle (indefeatable in battle, supposedly?) Dumbledore was planning on having Snape kill him with his permission, to suit Dumbledore's long-term plans and create a win for his side, therefore his 'murder' would not be more of a win for Snape than for Dumbles and the ownership might stay with him in death. (Weird concept.)
Since Harry allowed Voldie to attack him for the purpose of destroying the Horcrux inside him, whether Harry was killed or not, the outcome was successful for Harry therefore he retained ownership. I find this even more likely than the Dumbles/Snape scenario since Voldie would be damaging and ultimately killing himself.
Weird thought just came to me - it struck me as very strange that Dumbledore set Snape up to be killed that way, since Voldemort was likely to go after him to wrest the wand away, but if Snape understood that then attacking Dumbledore was nearly suicidal, and the wand would have even more reason to consider Dumbledore the winner, Snape the loser / pawn.
| misteryman526 chapter 11 . 3/10/2012
Kudos for excellent use of the Vanishing Cabinet and Kreecher, both underutilized in Time Travel fics. I'm curious; since Fawkes thought it necessary for Harry to have the Elder Wand, will Harry ask the Headmaster for his father's Invisibility Cloak? Or maybe Lord Peverell-Black will demand the cloak of Ignotus Peverell be returned to him?
| stormingnight chapter 11 . 3/7/2012