|Reviews for Wraithspeaker|
| Ray Venn Hakubi chapter 11 . 2/17
Something about this kind of horror story is intensely beguiling, and I hope you find it in you to return to it some day.
Who doesn't have a soft spot for escaped, tortured science projects, after all?
| The Dark One Rising chapter 5 . 1/29
Woah! The Delacours were brought into this. If Harry is 8, that makes Flear about 11. However, Gabrielle, born in 1986, would be about 2. She shouldn't be talking yet, much less cursing. However, I still enjoyed this!
| kingdom219 chapter 11 . 12/20/2013
I'm EXTREMELY pleased with this story. It has so much to offer in regards to the power and changes to the storyline. I wish you'd kept at it. I'll be adding it to my 'Follow' list just in case.
| Demon Lord Cashmere Snow chapter 11 . 12/9/2013
As with your other works, the writing style is truly sublime. I've enjoyed each chapter I've read and the demon within me thirsts for more of the story. I do hope that there is more to follow.
Of the many stories I've read on this site, I find ones like these to be interesting only if they are well written. I can say without a modicum of doubt that this is.
| Slytherin of the Sea chapter 11 . 10/10/2013
Cool story :)
| Ranmaleopard chapter 11 . 10/3/2013
this is god damn awesome i cant wait till harry collects all the hallows and becomes a true master of death please continue!
| Guest chapter 11 . 9/19/2013
This has been so good. I loved the plot line and characters you added in. I look forward to more.
| dakeyras chapter 11 . 8/15/2013
Please keep writing this!
| Absurd Scribbles chapter 11 . 8/1/2013
This is one of the stories that I read every month or so. I know there hasn't been a new chapter in three years, but god damn, this story is darkly fantastic. Half poetry, half hate, all fucking amazing. It's like reading Poe's short stories, but with more of a supernatural twist. I love this, keep it up.
| Bloodfire87 chapter 11 . 7/10/2013
Well this turning out to be very interesting...looking forward to the next update.
| ConstantlyContradictory chapter 11 . 4/18/2013
Oh no! Has this story been discontinued?! (I started reading it on a whim and was hooked, its 2:30 in the morning now) I forgot to look at the update date, woe is me, and now I'll forever be wondering what happened to my beloved OCs (being a critical person I usually hate them...) and dead eyed Harry!
If you ever read this review please, please, please consider continuing this story! I've actually never seen a HP story anything like this and I really do find it amazing/intriguing/fancinating/awesome.
P.S. I apologize for any messed up spelling in this probably creepy sounding review, but it's far too early in the morning and I'm currently typng on my cell phone
| gail19 chapter 11 . 3/29/2013
Stumbled across this on a favs list.
Deliciously disturbing in so very many ways. Hope the muse brings you back this way someday.
| purrfus chapter 11 . 3/29/2013
Wonderfully complex and twisted in all the best ways.
My sister just rec'd this to me and I read through in one sitting.
| Mari Wollsch chapter 11 . 2/20/2013
will you continua? xx
| Georgiana chapter 9 . 1/12/2013
I realize you haven't updated in a long time and will likely not come back to this story, but I wanted to say a couple things anyway.
First, I really do enjoy your dark version of Harry, and quite like the pacing and plot in general. However there are some research/reality issues that I'm having a hard time with.
I'm not sure if you've ever been to Berlin, but it is one of the greenest cities I've ever seen. Trees everwhere... trees lining the streets and large parks scattered throughout the city. I imagine out of nearly ANY major city, Yulia would be the happiest in Berlin.
Your German is also kind of iffy. It should be Verlorene Straße, and Hexenstraße would be better than Hexestraße (which is more like 'witch street' than 'witch's street') although Hexengasse would be even better for the sort of area you're describing. Also, in Germany the number would come after the street name; so it would be 'Hexengasse 24', not "24 Hexestraße".