|Reviews for Zygosis|
| Stephanie O chapter 1 . 8/6/2012
Wow, like father, like son! That was pretty cool, 'seeing' a room of basilisk eggs incubating, and a crazy lady get stopped by her own "baby"! Exciting escape and basilisk fight! Somehow I doubt that Mark Moon is "scarier" than Lavender is, though. The way she was talking, I'm surprised she wasn't a Slytherin!
| Guest chapter 1 . 8/6/2012
Excellent. I really enjoyed this foray into Al's life. Wonderful. Makes up for Strangers. Sigh!
| aalens chapter 1 . 8/6/2012
Good and wonderfully entertaining story, as yours invariably are, and it is good to see more of the overall story you have created too . I do wish that muse of yours would flit back to the 'Strangers at Drakeshaugh' part of it though! lol
| ShelPenguin chapter 1 . 8/6/2012
| Illyra chapter 1 . 8/5/2012
Oh Lavender! That was not nice. But amusing!
Love to hear about all kids as young adults, which professions they choose, with whom they are together.
| JetLaBarge chapter 1 . 8/5/2012
I had to re-read Centuries.
When did you connect Violet Moon with Albus Potter? Very interesting. I can imagine you looking at that spread sheet of yours with all the characters in it and coming up with this story. So much easier than finishing one of the unfinished ones. (Just kidding. I love your work.)
Love all the puns, Breeding Mansion, Miss Breeding, Al killing a basilisk, Violet in Slytherin.
Just how long has Lavender sort of suspected that her Violet was going out with Albus? I don’t think Ginny was totally in the dark either; not like her.
I really don’t think Lavender is upset. On the contrary, who better to have as a son-in-law than the son of Harry Potter.
Breeding implies more than just practice; is a Potter grandchild on the way? Oops! Oh, the story is complete. Too bad.
I really hate most of the Next Generation stories. No one is trying to do anything serious, like everything good and important was done by their parents. I like you showing Albus in serious training. I’m looking for a lot more of this. How about Albus meeting the Moons, and Browns?
| A Girl who Fans chapter 1 . 8/5/2012
I love how you created an entire generation within a single chapter while keeping it focused, organized and engaging. You really have a gift!
| Hedwig Edwiges chapter 1 . 8/5/2012
I really like this universe your created.
| Kelsey chapter 1 . 8/5/2012
You can do no wrong in my eyes Northumbrian, another lovely story(: Loved the look into the next generation.
| Man of Kent - Railwayman chapter 1 . 8/5/2012
Another brilliant story from your post Hogwarts Potterverse
| potternut190 chapter 1 . 8/5/2012
What a fantastic one-off! At first I thought the senior auror might have been Polly but I quickly realized who it was. The daughter, I am sorry to say took longer when it should have-Vi d'oh!
The Lavender you write is so great and I love the Moon's story line you have crafted. It makes me wonder why the film makers felt they had to kill her-I image it was because Colin was absent from the films after CoS... (has JKR mentioned her mauling was more serious?) The whole older than my mother and interrogation techniques were very enjoyable. Sweet that you have connected the kids (all of them) and promoted Nev.
| sbmcneil chapter 1 . 8/5/2012
I loved it! I have to say, I love Lavender, she certainly stays the same, but improves at the same time. Poor Al - its going to need to work on his story telling skills. Lavender has me laughing with her 'your dad was only twelve when he killed his first basilisk' Wonderful story!
| Oriondruid chapter 1 . 8/5/2012
Poor Al! Interrogated about his sex life by a woman who has been an expert in manipulating people and extracting juicy info ever since her school days. He didn't stand a chance. :o)
I love Lavender dearly but she can be a real b*tch sometimes, picking on the poor lad like that, still I suppose she was only looking out for Violet's interests.
| sasha starr chapter 1 . 8/5/2012
Hi. Very good. Thank you.
| MHood80 chapter 1 . 8/5/2012
Fantastic, great look ahead. Trust Lavender to know everything, and not be bothered about it at all. Great to get glimpse at all the kids too. Very well done.