|Reviews for unsphere the stars|
| Espied7 chapter 58 . 9/16
Beautifully engaging story. Thank you for sharing!
| BenedictBumbleButt chapter 51 . 8/29
My dear friend (so it seems),
I've come back to this, my most favorite of ff stories, after what seems and probably has been, years... and what a treat was waiting. I cannot begin to describe the complete loss of time I've experienced over the last week as I immersed myself in this; your story. Your story that wroughts so much emotion, depth, and somehow this real sense of life. Your imagination and -I would imagine- countless hours of time and research, it truly feels like an undeserved gift.
Re-reading has been my little escape from the horrors of real life, and I have enjoyed remembering every place I've been before.
Then, suddenly it was new things! The university, the island, Hermione seeming to waver on this line of "Am I rebuilding better, I could tear this all down, and have the things I've done destroyed my soul?" With the suspicion, and heartbreak, and NoT HAvINg TOM (forced underline there)! I was almost rooting for her to turn horribly evil. It was impossible for me to guess it would lead us to this, to Tom. I wanted it, oh boy did I want him back so badly -I'm sure everyone did! I just did not see how you were going to do it... but you came through, just as always, blazing your way to exactly what needed (lossely used) to happen. You're too nice to give him back.
I truly cannot express the joys I have experienced every time I've read your story. You're brilliant, and I am staying up past 4am to continue to read these masterly crafted chapters I have not been privy to.
I wish you only the best,
| Gotanlover chapter 43 . 8/23
Wow, this cut really deep...incredible writing!
| Light on the Horizon chapter 58 . 8/1
| Light on the Horizon chapter 57 . 8/1
The estrangement with Harry is sad but makes so much sense
| Light on the Horizon chapter 56 . 8/1
Beautiful story! Great that you didn’t gloss over the difficulty in making the island become a place people felt they belonged; hopefully people can learn magic traditions from throughout the world. And the waiting for Tom to accept he needed to conform to this new world and not chase power or immortality was good; he was quick about it but i guess the remorse-pain drove the lesson in
| Light on the Horizon chapter 56 . 8/1
Beautiful story! Great that you didn’t gloss over the difficulty in making the island become a place people felt they belonged; hopefully people can learn magic traditions from throughout the world. And the waiting for Tom to accept he needed to conform to this new world and not chase power or immortality was good; he was quick about it but i guess the torturous literal pain of remorse helped…
| Light on the Horizon chapter 51 . 8/1
I thought the final apple would be involved, and I guess it was indirectly…
| Light on the Horizon chapter 39 . 7/31
I wasnt expecting another flashforward (or the first one) but it works so well, I want to know everything but like Harry I guess I have to be patient!
| Light on the Horizon chapter 38 . 7/31
Ah, now I’m wondering whether Hermione’s (and Cerdic’s) youthful appearance at her trial is to do with Cerdic’s alchemy, the apples, the mysterious potion and/or the cauldron!
| Light on the Horizon chapter 25 . 7/31
Interesting take on the Riddle Sr murder, it hadnt occurred to me that orphanages in 1944 might not help people up to 18. You’ve written a great Tomsimultaneously sympathetic and terrible!
| Light on the Horizon chapter 2 . 7/28
Cerdic seems like a hoot :D
| sweetnuggets chapter 41 . 6/15
You writing the hell outta this! I’ve never read such amazing character development.
| sweetnuggets chapter 21 . 6/15
Your writing is fantastic. SO good that anxiety is going crazy lol
| VanaFaith chapter 58 . 5/2
As my first ever Tomione fic, I am happy it was this one. I loved the writing, the connection of plotssmall tidbits that became huge points, the quality, the growth… every bit of it. This is one of those fics I wish never ended, despite my racing desire to see the conclusion in all of its satisfaction.