|Reviews for The Lord of Light|
| darkrose0510 chapter 33 . 3/15
You know you're doing something right when you start getting hate mail.
That the events and lives, even the very existence of others were ultimately irrelevant to those inside them yet forever entwined with the story of Harry was shown up beautifully. The way the surface story was reset to appear to have never happened while still being an integral part of Harry's tale was really well done, and highlighted just how much power he had accrued in his two million years... a god-like being that existed both within and without the natural flows of time.
Thanks for a good read. I get to the alternate version once this one has settled a bit.
| PinaPoe chapter 39 . 3/14
Both stories were wonderful reads, though the second I felt was much much better. The story of a godlike Harru from the beginning is more of a good popcorn movie while Shaddix's story was much more engaging. I really dislike the whole undoing thing at the end but regardless this was a fantastic ride!
| kyoshi711 chapter 24 . 2/22
A brilliant story that seems to only get better. Now if you could do a farscape story with Harry Potter it would be the pinnacle of your writing skill.
| Kyoshi711 chapter 11 . 2/21
Absolutely fantastic story. Wish you wrote more as I've read all your works at least twice.
| Noble Korhedron chapter 33 . 2/17
Well that was weird... :-(
| Hobbyfarmer chapter 33 . 2/8
I have loved all three of your harem stories. The only critique of this one I have is the 3 mind numbing boring chapters that include the meaningless character that is Kyle. I fell asleep on each of those chapters. The important points could have been stated in a couple of paragraphs. Other than that I thoroughly enjoyed your story and the ending.
| Osmodious chapter 39 . 1/23
Wow...read both versions of this over on your yahoo page, very intense! One of the better crossovers I've read, even better than your STNG one (which was really well done as well). Some interesting ideas in here...kind of taking the 'superHarry' thing and turning it on its ear. Also some great character development and wonderful humor ("this codpiece is actually kind of comfortable"...classic!). Just a really engrossing, good, read. Thanks for posting!
| Tr0g chapter 39 . 12/8/2013
Wow. This was a really interesting blend of three separate stories, and it works. Highly enjoyable, and well done.
| McGeezel chapter 32 . 11/23/2013
You brought the Q into it. Wicked!
| McGeezel chapter 8 . 11/22/2013
Didn't even realize this was after Forever Mage, just wanted to read a good HP SW xover after reading a story by plums. I'm loving it so far. It's happy, a little sad, funny, cool and so enjoyable i didn't stop reading until this chapter. Thanks for another fantastic looking story.
| Neeros chapter 1 . 11/17/2013
I for one really liked the ending.
Your story isn't just told from a human perspective, but a celestial perspective.
It is for this reason that your story's ending is perfect. The ending of one cosmos and the beginning of another.
The Eternal Cycle of Creation and Destruction...Fitting for the Forever Mage.
| Guest chapter 39 . 11/16/2013
man i hope there's a marvel version after the dc one if you're gonna continue this fic in the future.
| ballinore chapter 30 . 10/29/2013
Quick comment here. "Raped his mind and then threw him out the window" was a good line. I have to ask, though. Did you consider "Raped his mind and defenestrated his ass"? Because that just sounds nasty, which makes it all the funnier to people who know what it actually means. Just a thought.
That said, I'm very sad that Grand Admiral of Epicness Thrawn didn't get more lines, but I understand why you made that choice. Plus, he destroyed half the rebellion in a day, so I'm good.
Good story, many thanks for the read!
| Guest chapter 39 . 10/8/2013
It was good until you killed winter
| Arafell chapter 33 . 10/7/2013
The moment I read 'Big Bang' I was like "Hey, that sounds both like foreshadowing and a terrible pun."
Maybe I'm a wizard too. :P