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Quizer posted a comment on Monday 27th February 2006 7:58am

> He chair was pulled away from the desk and a
> strange man was sitting in it. He was very
> thin, and looked incredibly tired and
> haggard. Lank black hair fell across his face
> and his eyes were shadowed.

Now this is an interesting development. A Yami!Harry co-existing in little Harry's mind. Too bad they decided to fuse their spirits. I would have paid money to see how this plays out if Yami!Harry had continued to reside in Harry's mind, coming to the fore when it is convinient or when Harry is in a dangerous situation, but mostly advising him through mind-to-mind speak and letting him act on his own apart from that. Like I said, too bad they fused. Your concept is interesting, but I imagine this initial condition to have far more potential. But it's your story! ^_^ Still, I'd like to hear your thoughts on this idea!

I also like the changes Harry tries to effectuate on his friends. They aren't terribly subtle, but you explain them well in Harry's thoughts, so it doesn't look amateurish.
It's also a little strange to see eleven year old kids talking about love, but having already been an adult, Harry is bound to never be able to look at girls in that eleven year-old way again. And since Ron responds with the disgust appropriate for that age, it doesn't look amateurish either. Good job! I can't wait to see how this plays out either!

Quizer

Eleanna posted a comment on Monday 27th February 2006 6:55am

That was AWESOME!

At first I was concerned that this might be too ansty for my tastes but once I got into the 2nd and 3rd chapters, I was hooked.

Are you thinking of re-writing all 6 books? I admit that could be incredibly time consuming especially if this is just a plot-bunny that wouldn't leave you alone.

If you decide to carry on this I will be a faithful reader.

Love it!

Oooh, getting Snape axed. My oh my that would really play havic with the time-frame!

It's amazing how changing the interplay and especially Harry's character to being more self-confident could change those around him as well.

I really hope you continue this!

Eleanna

Aaran St Vines posted a comment on Monday 27th February 2006 6:27am

This time around with Snape a sheer delight. Can we make Snapey have a stroke or something? Oh, I hear phlebitis really hurts.

I await the day Harry fries Snapes brain into a puddle of mind mush.

Brilliant AU.

Aaran St Vines posted a comment on Monday 27th February 2006 5:53am

The conversation old Harry had with his younger self was absolutely brilliant and heartwarming. If you didn't love the kid you would have that. Just great!

The conversation with the goblins was also a fine bit of 'innocent-eleven-year-old' train of thought working out just like Harry wanted.

This is so well written!

misumo posted a comment on Monday 27th February 2006 3:51am

I have already read 24 chapters of this story on FF under the author name S'Tarkan. So why dont you put up all the available chapters up at one stroke and then get on to the real work of putting up the next chapter ASAP.

Great Story by the way!!!

Regards

MiSuMo

Viridian replied:

Because they are getting re-edited, and I need to make some formatting changes to post them here.

And my author notes on ff.net explain the update pacing.

Asad posted a comment on Monday 27th February 2006 2:39am

Good to see you have finally started posting NotFP to FFA. I hope it's completed soon adn we can get on with the new chapters.

Nick R. posted a comment on Sunday 26th February 2006 3:28pm

Well, that was surely, surely intriguing. I do very much look forward to seeing where you go with this. When/if Harry will confide in someone about his situation and who that person will be are the things I'm most wondering about right now, but I will gladly restrain my curiosity and wait patiently to see what happens next.

Evan Mayerle posted a comment on Sunday 26th February 2006 11:16am

*snicker* I love the Sorting hat's reply to Dumbledore; honest yet totally mis-leading. I do hope Harry manages to save the Hat this time.

Christopher Estep posted a comment on Sunday 26th February 2006 9:28am

Ronald Bilius Weasley, take Harry's advice: get to know Hermione Granger. Can't hurt, and could help.

Christopher Estep posted a comment on Sunday 26th February 2006 9:03am

Anyone for deep-fried Potions Master? It isn't a question of Harry *giving* Snape enough rope to hang himself; Snape frigging *stole* the rope, found the tree, tied the knot, and threw the rope over that *strong branch* (basically everything except putting the noose around his own neck). Question is, which way will Dumbledore hop?

Aaran St Vines posted a comment on Saturday 25th February 2006 4:23pm

Fascinating and delightfully complex and convoluted start.

Brilliant!

Hannah3 posted a comment on Wednesday 22nd February 2006 4:43pm

Well, UPDATE THE DAMN STORY! It's really good. I found a couple of typos, but other than that, it's not that bad.

Michael69 posted a comment on Saturday 18th February 2006 2:45am

Great story, been a fan of your's since FF.net. I have read reviews..not here..saying that this story reminds them of Rusbyte's Backwards Compatible fic, but I'm afraid I'll have to disagree. I've just read that fic, and while it is noteworthy, it just doesn't stack up to yours. Great job so far. Hope you'll be able to post all your already done chapters in here soon...unless you're changing some stuff..where I'll say; Don't change too much. Can't wait to see what you have coming next.

Mike....Big fan

Carolyn1 posted a comment on Friday 17th February 2006 12:59am

I like. I hope that you choose to continue this.

Lira posted a comment on Thursday 16th February 2006 7:32pm

Cool to see you are at Jeconais' website now. I've been reading this story over at ff.net but I like this site a lot better. And I absolutely love the idea behind your story! :D Hope you'll manage to transfer it completely and then update it soon! :)

Duraiken posted a comment on Thursday 16th February 2006 4:49pm

Aaahhh. Good to see this again. I've read through this story, all 23 chapters, quite a bit, rereading it since... I'm not sure when I started reading it, I just know I've been rereading the whole thing whenever it's been updated for a while now. I think I've read it through at least a dozen times since it was started. Definitely one of my favorites, not to mention what has to be, at least for me, one of the best, (if not the best,) time travel fics of any kind, not counting blatant parodies or ripoffs. I read 'Backwards Compatible' before I read this, and truthfully, this one just works better for me, though that may just because Rowling makes H/G work better for me than most of the examples of H/Hr that I've seen (and Hr/R and just fit so well together; they fight so much in cannon that it way too easy to see them go from bickering to making out without too much trouble.) 'Backwards Compatible' is still a very good fic for me. Anyway, rant summarized, this story's one of my fav.s. Read it up to the current chapter, chap. 23 I thin', over on the very annoying fanfiction.net if you have not yet already done so. You'll be very pleased, believe me, unless you just can't stand any of the characters or situations involved.

John Lee Howard posted a comment on Thursday 16th February 2006 4:42pm

I love this story, are you going to be posting here rather than on FF.net? Cause I follow it there currently.

kittykatluver posted a comment on Thursday 16th February 2006 1:42pm

Oh my gosh, FINALLY! I mean, I was hoping, and BOOM! My dreams come true! I've been reading this on ff.net, and I have to say, very good. Good Harry, good plot, and excellent story-telling. Bravo!

Quizer posted a comment on Thursday 16th February 2006 9:10am

Good stuff. I'm looking forward to the real story. The situation seems a bit similiar to Ruskbyte's 'Backwards Compatible'. Let's see your take on this.

Quizer

Jarrod posted a comment on Thursday 16th February 2006 6:42am

If memory serves you've posted this story on ffnet, but I'm hoping that you are starting to put it on here. Well done, the concept for this is very unique to say the least. Keep it up!