|Reviews for Love Vs Wisdom|
| thedwo chapter 1 . 5/16
I don't get it.
Okay, I guess the twist with Hermione being Aphrodite maybe made sense, if she somehow knew that Harry would be more interested in a smart girl. And, it does make some sense that Aphrodite would know better what a particular person would be interested in then Athena.
But what I don't get, is why get Harry to fall in love with her, then purposely breaking his heart, is necessary. Sure, it's classic Aphrodite, BUT, she already had Harry fall in love with her. So, he either loves her so much he lets her be with who she 'loves' or he marries her and lives with her the rest of his life.
Either way, she's had a bigger effect on Harry then Athena. So...why break his heart?
Again, unless it's just Aphrodite being Aphrodite.
| Guest chapter 1 . 3/19
Wait what the absolute FUCK?! I thought Hermione was Aphrodite...Oh well.
| romulus-wolfee chapter 1 . 3/21
I got really confused at the end cause Hermione would probably be Athena in mortal form and Ginny would be Aphrodite in mortal form, but still, pretty cool ideas.
| tH1s chapter 1 . 12/11/2014
Interesting, I did not expected that outcome. I urge the author to keep writing stories like this. Well-written ones, complete with a troubled protagonist, a goal, and a conflict. It is refreshing to read stories that I do not know what will happen next. Some people think that just because it is a fanfiction that they are suppose to follow cannon. You see I read fanfic so I could see more of the a story's universe. I is getting old to read the same premise redone several times.
Anyway, I really interested into reading more...
| Star Iron chapter 1 . 11/18/2014
This story confused the crap out of me. It wasn't even the twist and the second layer of subterfuge that accomplished it. It was the base characterization of the two goddesses competing that made it almost impossible for me to associate the twist with anything but a grammatical error until I read the post script AND the comments. It was also kind of warped that Harry was denied Elysium and the chance to meet his family at the whim of a manipulative woman that played with him from the moment they met and continued to do so for all eternity.
| Troublesome6791 chapter 1 . 11/6/2014
Ya know, at first, I was confused because I thought Ginny was Aphrodite. But then I thought about it, and it made sense that Hermione was Aphrodite because of her affinity for breaking men's hearts. For being the goddess of wisdom, Athena was foolish. She should've known that no one can beat Aphrodite when it comes to the game of love. Good story.
| Guest chapter 1 . 10/14/2014
The problem with this, is that Ginny was never especially wise.
| pumpkinraindrop chapter 1 . 8/5/2014
| Sicarius Domini Erebus chapter 1 . 5/21/2014
| revetwrot chapter 1 . 4/11/2014
I think it's more so that Harry willing gave up Hermione because, as written, he loved her to much to interfere with her happiness. I doesn't think it mattered whether or not he picked Aphrodite or Athena, Harry showed that he chose love when she (Hermione) married Ron (in which a love potion had to be involved, even J.K. Rowling acknowledges that they could never really be together).
| firebluebird2006 chapter 1 . 3/7/2014
well that was unexpected.
| Fullmetal11791 chapter 1 . 2/3/2014
Hermione portrayed by Aphrodite? Hermione, who is smart, always has fantastic advice, and is considered to be one of the brightest witches of her time?
... And Ginny portrayed by Athena? Ginny, who claims to have been in love with Harry since she was a young child, a love that was clearly obsessive?
You, my friend, completely reversed the gods and their characters. Though granted, if you had not, this story would not have worked out.
| serenityselena chapter 1 . 1/11/2014
interesting story :)
| He-who-runs-into-walls chapter 1 . 12/26/2013
well played Aphrodite
| 1sunfun chapter 1 . 12/16/2013