|Reviews for Healing Harry Potter|
| robituputup chapter 33 . 2/22
Lovely story! I did like Welford - an interesting character. Your story was interesting, but there are few places that seem like you skipped some fragments (e.g. Welford is visiting his friend and suddenly, all those magical folks are captured! 'Wait, whaaat...?')
Quite a few , but all in all, it was very enjoyable. Thank you for the lovely reading piece!
| LoveInTheBattleField chapter 33 . 5/27/2014
How God Created Mother
God took the fragrance of a flower,
The majesty of a tree,
The gentleness of a morning a dew
The calm of a quiet sea,
The beauty of a twilight hour
The soul of a starry night
The laughter of the rippling brook,
The grace of a bird in flight,
Then God fashioned from these things
A creation like no other,
And when His masterpiece was through,
He called it simply...MOTHER.
Happy Mother's Day!
| r99smith chapter 33 . 4/22/2013
great story. I wonder what Welford's reason was. i am guessing that he had a child out of wedlock and never acknowledged him and if he did now that child, who id now grown, would feel betrayed and turn to dark. thanks for writing this wonderful story!
| starlite22 chapter 15 . 2/23/2013
In one way it doesn't make sense he didn't tell her, as she worked out who/wat Remus was and that never bothered her.
| starlite22 chapter 12 . 2/23/2013
Why do they call her goose?
| LillianMarie2 chapter 33 . 8/20/2012
it's a good story. a good read too
| Mari Wollsch chapter 21 . 1/4/2012
you told that the man name was nikoli and that his brother was sergi, but in the last sentince you joused the name sergi.
sorry for bad english
| hnwhitlock2000 chapter 5 . 12/17/2011
I have come upon your story tonight and am enjoying it...I daresay, she could always wear something naughty underneath...
| Cy.Naomhan chapter 33 . 11/6/2011
A pretty sweet story, but I didn't really feel the emotions behind the tale. It felt like I was reading the Bible, but I enjoyed it nonetheless. Hope to read more of your works in the future.
| VirginaBlueBelle chapter 17 . 10/25/2011
...what happened to chapter 18?
| Xaphan Grey 394 chapter 19 . 10/12/2011
I loved it
| MrsHermioneSeverusSnape chapter 33 . 10/11/2011
i feel that you have rushed the ending a bit...the story is well written and has some length but the last 2-3 chapters have felt rushed...what happened to the ministry...
| gnrkrystle chapter 3 . 10/11/2011
wonder how long it will take them to attack one another...in a good way :P
| TequilaNervous chapter 33 . 10/9/2011
CLAP CLAP CLAP CLAP
WOnderful story! And now, I admire Welford even more! Who declines the chance of having that amount of power? I know most people'd have say yes even knowing the consecuences...
| Sion Alphaios chapter 1 . 10/9/2011
Some things: -Mistress is a title typically reserved for married women or dominatrices, I'm assuming Hermione is neither because you have not said she is either. -Please separate names in dialogue via commas, i.e. "You have, Severus, and your efforts have been unsuccessful to date." -""She" is still here and does not like being referred to in third person." is a bit illogical, how else would they refer to her if not in third person unless they are speaking directly to her? I understand what you are getting at but it can be phrased better. -"Severus snarled out" is poor diction because a preposition is not needed for that verb. -"forced Harry, Ron, and I into our forced isolation," the double use of "force" is redundant and, dare I say, overly forceful. -"'You could have guided us.' She admonished." Dialogue tags are parts of the same sentence as the dialogue ergo the before, and any like it, should read and be formatted: "'You could have guided us,' she admonished." Also, despite the way I phrased it, the dialogue tag can be placed before dialogue if only separated by a measly comma. -"At the celebration one month later, Draco approached me." Commas go between phrases that can be reordered yet maintain meaning. -"Ron always locked himself in outside," contradictory, drop the "in" because it reverses the intended meaning. -"person non grata," the phrase is actually "personA non grata." Okay, I think that's it. Has this been beta-ed? It doesn't seem to have been. Please be aware that all these issues are distracting to an experienced (and alert) reader and may cost you some readers. ~SA