|Reviews for The Time Is Right|
| Guest chapter 1 . 8/8/2016
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| excessivelyperky chapter 27 . 3/30/2016
Hmm...surely the school will have to let him retire someday? Or does Albus plan to keep him there till he dies?
Oh well, if he wants to leave (and Harry with him) he'll leave...
Anyway, great story!
| excessivelyperky chapter 26 . 3/24/2016
Thinking of snowmen that can be charmed, I couldn't help but think of the snowmen in Calvin and Hobbes...
And yes, a sleep deprived Snape is a bad thing indeed, even if Harry's the reason.
| excessivelyperky chapter 25 . 3/14/2016
It would serve Minerva right if she did have to pay Severus to brew potions-he's not on parole any more, and has to be treated as real person, and not one of Dumbledore's projects.
Professor Alexander is indeed dense. What part of 'killed Dumbledore' did the dunsel miss? (dunsel, ST term from the original show).
| excessivelyperky chapter 24 . 3/1/2016
Delightful chapter-and I can tell that Molly Weasley is delighted to be asked to plan the wedding, and even more delighted to have some time to do it in. With her in charge, everyone will behave themselves or feel the wrath of the Magic Spoon of Doom.
| excessivelyperky chapter 23 . 2/15/2016
That's one way to baptize a classroom! And yes, the right potions ingredients to make the bedroom smell all pretty is a really good idea.
Though cleaning all stains and remains is still a good idea-you never know when a potion or someone's stray curse will react badly with such things.
Kvothe, from Name of the Wind by Rothfuss-
Eat somewhere else.
| excessivelyperky chapter 22 . 2/13/2016
Good chapter. Interesting pilgrimage, too. Of course there are no ceremonies to honor Snape.
But at least Harry wasn't on *duty* that night (what was Kingsley thinking?).
| excessivelyperky chapter 21 . 2/4/2016
Sadly, neither the Marauders or Fred Weasley would be happy without a chew toy to prank—Tonks would be totally outnumbered and ignored. Albus would smile and look the other way as said chew toy, who couldn’t even hope to death to end his misery, pleaded for mercy. Lily? She’s a real Marauder now, and would probably be persuaded to come in on the fun. It’s possible that Tonks would end up the chew toy, unable to leave because of her love for Remus.
But Severus is obviously going to put a nicer face on things for Harry’s sake.
| excessivelyperky chapter 20 . 1/30/2016
Yes, of course Harry would get off scot free in any tales of any attack-Snape is right about that, and Harry should have noticed it himself.
Love the bit with the mistletoe, though-Hagrid is right about love.
| excessivelyperky chapter 19 . 1/26/2016
Oh. (sniffs, wipes eyes). I love the Christmas candle-and the third candle for Harry, of course.
| excessivelyperky chapter 18 . 1/21/2016
Well, Snape was the only DADA professor who didn't try to kill Harry (I call a Global Obiviate a kind of death, myself)
And was there something about the man who killed Dumbledore that the new staffers missed reading in the paper somewhere? Seriously, have they all been in Brazil for the last ten years or so?
Plus there is no such thing as a lowly Auror-they can all put you in Azkaban if you mess up sufficiently, and at the very least, the Ministry holding cells are not a rest camp. Professors who are that stupid need to be teaching elsewhere.
One last thing-anyone who is stupid enough to not be nice to the person who does your laundry and fixes your food-well, ok, Sirius Black was that dumb, but one would hope the caliber of teachers at Hogwarts would be better than that. Obviously they are not.
| excessivelyperky chapter 17 . 1/18/2016
Awww...what a lovely Solstice ritual! And I'm glad that Harry isn't trying to take Albus' place, except in kindness.
| excessivelyperky chapter 16 . 1/13/2016
Why would Pomona pick Gryffindor colors when she's Head of Hufflepuff? But alas, even the other House Heads have had Gryffindor Uber Alles drummed into them over the decades.
And of course Severus is nervous. But then, if Snape had to avoid conversations with everyone who's tried to kill him, he'd have no social life at all. Harry has clearly forgotten how both Minerva and Flitwick did their best to murder Snape, while Snape just barely put up a defense and fled when he had no other option.
| excessivelyperky chapter 15 . 1/8/2016
Oh, yes, Severus has been bitten by memory and old customs-but now he has a chance to add joy to it for the present day.
| excessivelyperky chapter 14 . 1/5/2016
Considering the way that Harry wandered around (tunnel to Honeydukes, Chamber of Secrets) Harry could have wandered into Sybil's tower by accident just by trying to find the kitchens, I think.
Neat secret entrance!