|Reviews for Bedtime Stories with Draco Malfoy|
| AstoriaGrace chapter 1 . 5/21/2016
Very well done- though as stated by Rowling on Pottermore, Draco saw the error in his ways and he and Astoria raised Scorpius to be Muggle tolerant. Not that you can't change things up! This is Fanfiction after all. :)
Really, really well done though!
| Ani Mei chapter 1 . 2/12/2015
Very creative and interesting origin myth! I like the explanation for wands.
| RazzlePie chapter 1 . 7/24/2011
This was awesome! I absolutely loved your creation myth. It was so creative and interesting.
| MinervaEvenstar chapter 1 . 7/18/2011
This is really impressive. Personally, I prefer to think that Draco saw the error of his ways and didn't strive to push them onto his son, but I love how you used aspects of real religions and altered them to suit the Potter world.
| HalonaEopia chapter 1 . 4/29/2011
Really good story. I love how you portrayed Draco. Loving father and proud pure blood at the same time
I wonder if the Creation Myth would be the same in the Weasley household.
| DragonGrin - former TeenTypist chapter 1 . 4/29/2011
This was absolutely fantastic. Strikingly well done, and exceptionally in-character. Thank you for a fantastic read.
| XxMookinexX chapter 1 . 4/29/2011
Working hard then, ne? Hehe, I don't judge. Believe me, I'd be doing the same thing. Writing is good for the soul, especially when you're stressed. Anyways, interesting theories. As a scientific person, I cannot offer you the righteous outrage you seem to be expecting :P
I did have to wonder though at your choice of making the demon feel regret. In the first half, you seem to have fashioned him in true opposition to the god. Perhaps I think he would have wanted his mud men to succeed where the god's people had not. To better them. But that's something for you to think about on your own.
Also, why would the curtains have been open to begin with?
Hehe, never say I don't review for you. I thought you'd appreciate a quick hello. Oh, and by the way, he married Astoria Greengrass. Not Lysistrata. Interesting name though :) Much loves, ye of the fluorescent nose.