Mmmmm. Brownies. It was sad that Harry had to give up his real appearance and go back to looking like a Potter. He and Severus were really bonding. At least Harry will be able to see his friends now.
Christopher Brandon played by the amazing Alan Rickman in "Sense and Sensibility." Loved that movie! At least no one will recognize Harry now that his looks have changed.
So there really is a Llanfair in Wales. It will be nice to hear about it in the story. It's neat that you chose a place you had actually been to as a location for the story.
Everyone loves jello! It's a good thing the Dursleys were away. Severus arrived just in time. I'm looking forward to seeing where they go now that both of their homes have been compromised.
I'm glad that Severus and Harry are slowly getting used to the whole father/son concept. The rat isn't a good sign though.
I am glad that Petunia was able to open up to Severus. She seemed more sympathetic to Harry and not as deserving of the punishments as Vernon and Dudley. It sounds like Severus and Harry would like to have a father/son relationship. I'm looking forward to seeing if that happens.
Whew. Vernon is in for it now. Sounds like Snape is going to make up for those 13 years of abuse.
Ooooh! Re-sorted Harry! I for one am a fan of Slytherin Harry, I've seen Hufflepuff harry, but never Slytherin. Hmmm, Harry rooming with Malfoy? this is going to get intresting!
*Fan girl Squee!!* Sabrina reference!
*Glares* I do not like Dumbledouche, and now I hate him even more. Can't Sev ever be happy? *grumble* I guess I shall have to keep reading.
Looking forward to the rest.
|Title: Chapter 43: Restarts
||18 Jan 2012 11:35 pm
|Reviewer: Quynce (Signed)
It was wonderful to get a new chapter for this story. I had to go back and read the whole thing again to put it in context-- and that was really fun. Would it be bad if I mentioned a minor editorial detail? The author writes often that the characters' minds "wonder" when she means that they "wander." "Wonder" is a verb that means "to speculate," as in "Harry wonders why the hat would resort him." Students' minds "wander" when they think about unrelated topics: "Harry found his mind wandering during the history lecture." I hope that my correction does not offend. I admire the author's work and dedication to this story.