|Reviews for Susan Bones and the Prisoner of Azkaban|
| Guest chapter 49 . 9/15
Thank you that was a fantastic story.
| XxXprodigyXxX chapter 26 . 8/9
I hate to give up on a story but honestly, this is one of the bigger clusterfucks I've come across.
| NeatAF chapter 11 . 7/27
Harry is just a little too angsty for my liking.
| MrPeaches88 chapter 43 . 7/8
Am I the only one missing something here? You had Narcissa kill Nagini but then in the next chapter you had him take Snapes arm..and then later on you had Salazar kill Fawkes but then the next chapterm you had Fawkes show up?
Not only that but people seem to be tossing round AKs like they're nothing. They're supposed to need a fair bit of power to pull off. Very confusing
| David4 chapter 49 . 7/5
This was an awesome story. I don't think anything can best this one. Well done.
| jayley chapter 11 . 6/21
hhmm, it didn't really fit with the character you'd created for susan for her to immediately turn her back on harry over something so trivial, when she believed in him when she hardly knew him. did i miss something? if so, it's a bit of a relationship deal breaker actually, it shows that it was easy for her to believe when randomly believed it, but that her actual faith in harry isn't really there. time to go for ginny...
| Guest chapter 4 . 6/1
Hedwig died by killing curse. Instant, painless death. What kind of monster are you that you think an instant painless death is WORSE than the following:
" He yanked on the cage door, grabbed the trapped owl and squeezed."
"Hedwig screeched and squawked, she stabbed at the offending hand with her beak and attempted to slash with her claws. But unable to move, it was a hopeless struggle."
"Hedwig's struggles grew feeble as the cruel fingers dug into her throat. She emitted an impressive final cry that everyone heard. Those within a few feet heard a crunch as the owl's neck snapped."
You are needlessly torturing a defenceless animal. Snapping his firebolt would have much the same effect for plot purposes, without making yourself out to be the worst of humanity.
| setokayba2n chapter 46 . 5/22
Sigh, in the end no one win... Somehow it make me think of Macbeth that here die even the Narrator.
| Hadrian Eveningshade chapter 49 . 5/1
No comment, i dont like it, but i dont hate it also
| Speaker-to-Customers chapter 17 . 3/27
Up to this chapter I was finding this story to be mildly enjoyable reading. Somewhat excessively melodramatic, of course, and with quite a few instances where you just don't understand how the UK works, but then Rowling herself gets so many things wrong about the UK that I sometimes think that her official biography is lies and she was really brought up on an isolated ostrich farm in Swaziland. Consequently I had been willing to give you a pass on your errors.
But this chapter... is just dreadful. There are so many mistakes in medical matters, legal matters, and even the laws of physics that my suspension of disbelief is not just broken but disintegrated down to the sub-atomic level. It's not even enjoyable as a guilty pleasure any more. I will not be reading any further.
| Child of Dreams chapter 41 . 3/23
I believe it's Patil, not Patel...
| Child of Dreams chapter 18 . 3/23
| Guest chapter 48 . 2/28
How could you put hermione into a time loop. I was about to ask what happened to hermione and dobby, but now I know, but still, how did dobby get both of them caught in time. Great fan fiction. But the hermione part pissed me off.
| purpleradiance chapter 2 . 2/28
| FotoDi chapter 21 . 1/17
I know this is a bit late, but doesn't Hermione Granger owe Harry Potter a Life Debt from the Troll?
(I would argue that Ron is exempt because he helped endanger Hermione because his callous actions set the perilous events in motion.)