|Reviews for Aurelian|
| Serennos chapter 42 . 8/16
Thoroughly enjoyable and entertaining...
| Serennos chapter 40 . 8/15
| Serennos chapter 33 . 8/15
Well-written and thrilling...
| Serennos chapter 30 . 8/15
| Hollyhock2.0 chapter 43 . 8/15
I loved this whole story. it was incredible. thank you for writing and sharing.
| Serennos chapter 24 . 8/15
Great chapter and portrayal of Narcissa as an entitled Pureblood...
| Serennos chapter 19 . 8/14
Is the opal necklace the horcrux?
| Serennos chapter 14 . 8/14
Inventive, thrilling and heart-rending with lots more to come... The explanation of the time travel theory, in this instance, is appreciated; however, it’s such an great story, we should all take Ginny’s advice and ‘go with it’. Haha.
| Guest chapter 43 . 8/8
First off. Whew. 43 chapters could not have been easy. This was a fun read.
Second, I have a genuine question. From the epilogue, it’s implied that Aurelian is permanently in the current timeline now. I might’ve missed it. But how does that work? Will he disappear in 2 years if he’s not “conceived” as dictated by the timeline? How do events progress to his conception if the timeline of his conception no longer works? I mean I get the easiness of just saying “magic” and being done with it. But magic has to have somewhat of believability or some sort of limit, right? Not that JKR ever established those limits…. But if it was *that* easy, what’s to stop other magic users from also doing something similar, or abuse it? Because it seems like pretty powerful magic if it could be explained away as magic. However, if you say something like “oh Hermione developed a spell to protect Aurelian from the timeline constraints” and cast it before sending him back. Something concrete like that, it’s be a bit more believable. Like a mother’s last love act on her child, ensuring survival. Idk, it’s your story, so you do you. I just ramble. Lol.
| erstwhile-S chapter 21 . 7/28
I’m about halfway through the story and I just wanted to stop to say that I’m enjoying it immensely. The premise is fantastic, and you’ve done a great job of writing this mystery thriller. It has me on the edge of my seat wondering what’s going to happen next and if they’ll be able to stop the disaster without losing anyone.
Then there’s the budding relationship between Hermione and Draco. I was quite irritated with him initially, treating Hermione and the child like they’re things and not people, and taking offence at anything and everything. Hermione not being aggressive with him in return while also being firm was very good, even if I thought she was being too apologetic. But, with his upbringing and nature, he probably needs to be coddled so to speak until he’s able to trust and be a more genial person. I do like what he’s becoming and I’m glad he’s a good enough guy to open himself up to new experiences. As for Hermione, I love her brilliance and her warmth. Her protectiveness and love towards Aurelian is so heartwarming, as is her letting down her walls and become more open to love and affection, romantically and as a parent. It’s a wonderful portrayal of Hermione.
And what to say about the kid. He’s just so adorable! I really like the way you’ve written him. Actually, that’s true for pretty much all the characterisations across the board. I love it when Harry and Hermione are close one way or another, and this story is providing plenty of enjoyment for me on that front too. Thank you.
| Rue91 chapter 26 . 7/23
| FelineNinjaGrace chapter 2 . 7/18
Wooooah! Plot twist! Love it!
| daphnie chapter 9 . 7/5
How can she just say no like that?!
| Kitten620 chapter 20 . 7/2
| Guest chapter 43 . 6/26
I’m 10 years late but great story! My only complaint is I feel like the ending was a bit rushed and not enough time was spent on the Death Eater movements but it was a great story overall! And I don’t say that lightly because I absolutely hate Draco and Hermione being shipped. This is the first story I’ve ever read with the ship. Kudos to you on a wonderfully written story.