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7 Reviews Found

Review #1, by theblacksisters 

6th October 2013:
A very interesting take on things. I like it.
Also, Gaya is spelled 'Gaia' (which makes no sense to me as well), and I'd make sure you use either all the Roman names or all the Greek names.
For instance, Hera, Zeus, Persephone, Hades, and Athena are the Greek names for the gods. Juno, Demetra, and Vulcan are Roman names.
I'm not sure if Bellatrix likes panic, but she's certainly fond of pain.
But I likes this chapter.

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Review #2, by adluvshp 

28th March 2011:
kind of wierd but then overall good chp.

well written!

~AD

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Review #3, by MalfoysCarolinaGirl2010 

24th March 2011:
this was a POV i was not expecting Greek and Roman mythology coming together as one for an interesting look at the war

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Review #4, by In The Shadows I Dwell 

22nd August 2010:
Oh how I love Greek Mythology! I absolutely LOVE how you've combined both Harry Potter and Greek Mythology, two of my most favorite things. I'm particularly in awe as to how you've gone about this, and the writing is simply splendid! There is something so magnificent about it I can barely even begin to describe how much I love this highly unique entry into the collaboration!

I particularly love how you've selected and described an apt favorite/favorites for each of the gods, as it would of course be something they would do. I particularly loved Athena's choice, Snape and the resentment she feels for Aphrodite "spoiling" her wonderful creation! Even now as I write this review I'm still in awe of this magnificent piece, which I must admit must be one the most creative and unique entries in the entire collab!

Well done and keep up the fantastic work!

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Review #5, by blueirony 

28th June 2010:
I'm a little bit in awe, at the moment. This has to be the most unique submission I have come across in all the entries so far.

This was obviously well researched and well thought out. I have never really been one for mythology or any of the stories and legends like the ones in this, but I must admit, this was one of the most interesting things I have read in a long time.

The idea that their combined power could protect those below was just such a unique and clever idea. I don't know how you thought this up or what went through your head while writing it, but I really wish I did.

Absolutely brilliant.

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Review #6, by RonsGirlFriday 

27th June 2010:
This is by far the most original entry I have read for this collab, and I love it. It's obviously well thought-out, and it really flows as you survey the different gods and their favorite mortals involved in the battle. I really liked that aspect, that each had some particular interest or champion in the battle, and I especially like the idea that Harry was untouchable by them, because the magic that protected him was even more powerful than theirs!

A really interesting and engaging take on the way the battle unfolded. Great job!

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Review #7, by theelderwand 

26th June 2010:
Wildcat this was excellent! You definitely could give Homer a run for his money.

This was an excellent turn of phrase:

Time is such a curious thing for them, like a river they could bathe in, it took all shapes against their forms, molding like water to their wishes.

I loved the "favorites/targets" the gods picked - How Snape is deisred by Persephone and Athena, How Hades has it in for Voldy, how no one touches Harry, as he is the "child" of the fates.

But I must say Demeter's solidarity with Molly, and her rage was almost my favorite part.

I say almost because having Fred and George be the favorites of Anya was just priceless.

How did you think this up? Great work - exceedingly original.

Eldy.

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