Another great chapter. Wonderful job, great story so far. Report Review
Great chapter! Loving the story so far. :) Report Review
I'm interested to see Harry and the shaman work on the Dark Plane. As far as I can remember it was a really interesting way of controlling it that he teaches Harry. I can't wait to read about it once more. Wonderful chapter. Report Review
Great chapter for the start of your sequal. Minerva having a husband is such a weird thing to read, maybe because I've never really thought about it. Interesting, I enjoy that he is a muggle and hope to hear more about him in future chapters! Great job! Report Review
Once again your story blew my mind. Can't wait to read the next one! Report Review
This was great! thank you for your time and talent! Report Review
I really likedboth your stories.I would read them to my son when he is getting breathing treatments(he never liked me to read the harry potter books to him or read them his self wanted to see the movies lazy kid)haha but since he knows that there is another one maybe he may give me a strok and read it himself so of he doest that YEAH TO YOU!!By the way my son is 17 and has cystict fibrosis and never wants to spend time with me(because Im always giving him medican or something thats a pain in his ass) so any time I get with him that he is not bitching at me is groovie!So thank you and you did a GREAT jod !By theway I like your stories too. Report Review
Amazing sequel! You describe Harry the way I believe he would be in the years after Hogwarts. I found the First chapters a bit disappointing, but later on I was (again) glued to the screen. The story is so complete and well structured; it feels like reading a good book. And where do all your ideas come from? Your fantasy is contagious. I often think about your story and wonder what the next chapter will bring. Don't you ever stop writing! You have a talent!!! I can't wait to read book 3 and find out what Harry's second year as an auror apprentice will bring!
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i really love this story. i have so far read resonace and revoloution and i can't wait to get started on the next one. Thank you for writting these amazing stories :) Report Review
Loved both your stories up to this point! Haven't written a review because it's 2012 and this was written so long ago, but great job! looking forward to starting the next book now. I'm wondering if you're still an active writer on here?? Report Review
Nonsense, you are a wonderful writer. Instinctively, apparentely. You could do it for a living. Report Review
very nice... kept me wrapped almost throughout.. Report Review
Absolutely delighted with this story and its prequel. Despite being a bit of a pedant, I found I could forgive any non-cannon plot-lines as the characters were so wonderfully rendered. Also, major bonus for correct and slang English. Report Review
Thank-you. This story was a great distraction from my dailies and truly enjoyable. You appealed to my Ravenclaw tendencies for research and accuracy. I really loved the additions of Rowena's book and Fawkes' identity - they felt so natural and true that Jo would have written them herself.
I can't wait to see where Harry and Tonks go... Report Review
Why is it in the hp universe that acts of valor and extreme bravery are always criticized? Especially when it saves the day? Hmm maybe being a hero isn't all that it's supposedly cracked up to be these days ... Ginny should be showered with praise !! Report Review
omg! This is the best fanfic ever written and now Candide is pregnant?!! This ruins it! I think Snape should only ever have Harry as family; the whole Candide thing is a bad twist in the storyline.
However, you are the BEST fanfic writer I have ever read so PLEASE keep writing! :DAuthor's Response: Really? Poor Candide. Ah well, can't please everyone. Glad you are sticking with it. Report Review
Your work seems to have improved so much in such a short span of work.(And yes, I know this was all completed years ago..but still). Perhaps it is just my imagination and I am just getting more into the characters..but at the end of the day, I suppose it doesn't matter which is more true. Well done on yet another excellent chapter.Author's Response: Thanks. Yes, I think my writing got a little better, but mostly after this many words, the readers get more used to the writing too. So I can use more shortcuts which moves things along faster. Report Review
Probably your most action packed chapter in your series so far. Interesting. Report Review
Your best chapter yet in the series. 10/10. Report Review
I finished. At near five thirty in the morning, on the fourth? day, I finally finished Revolution That conclusion was so surprising because, seriously, I was expecting the prophecy to bleed over into Resolution. It's smarter that you didn't though, since there wouldn't have been too much to work with after all. I'm happy with the way things ended. I have suspicion however, that Harry's getting a new wand will either result in him receiving a second (third?) prophecy, or just trouble altogether. Well, trouble, definitely. It wouldn't be Harry Potter if he wasn't getting into any trouble. I can sleep satisfied now :luffs:
~KiriAuthor's Response: Harry and Trouble are inseparable companions.
Have a good rest and thanks for all the great comments! Report Review
Funfunfun! This sounds really interesting with there being two possiblities of who can fulfill the prophecy. It was like that at the beginning, sort of; either Harry Potter or Neville Longbottom would be the one to kill Voldemort. Now I'm starting to wonder if it's like this with most long-term prophecies, there being more than one person who can bring it to fruition. That certainly relieves the stress of it all, I'd say. Maybe this time it will be Harry assisting Vishnu.
By the way, I didn't quite understand the two-name thing when it was explained...
I'm really rooting for Hermione/Vishnu. And I've liked Harry/Elizabeth more than I liked Harry/Tonks from the jump.
I love when the tracks for a future installment are layed out and I can actually SEE them. Report Review
I totally get Harry's opinion about the political thing. To him it all seems fake, that he doesn't really have the Ministry's support, but it's only a show of power. I wouldn't appreciate it at all because of that fact that I'm going to want true support and having a false ceremony and making me some sort of figurehead for the Ministry isn't true. It makes it harder to figure out who is for me and who isn't. The Department of Mysteries pisses me off. I think I can use that word anyway. But it really does, at least the way Fudge and Percy are running it. They aren't focused on the proper things, they are more interested in apprehending Harry over some BS than focussing on the true crimes, which should involve deciphering how the world Murton builds those cursed devices. I understand having some worries about the boy, but they've had it in for Harry for a while now. Unreasonably so.
Relationships... Grudgingly I have to admit that I really sort of like this relationship with Harry and Tonks. It's just really adorable how they protect one another and care for each other. Candide's pregnant... That is so highly hilarious that it's insane. I can' harldy picture Severus with a woman, now I have to imagine him married with a child of his own. I do agree with Harry in that he'll be a great dad. One of those severely overprotective, no-nonsense fathers who get really displeasingly annoying, yet you somehow find it in your heart to still love him. Primarily because he's half the reason you're in the world in the first place I suppose. Remus and Pamela are loverly as well. I love her ability to take everything in stride, and honestly, if ever there was a Muggle who was destined for a relationship with a wizard, it would be her. Not only that, but Remus really does need someone who doesn't judge him, who has the patience to make him feel loved and not waver in it. I'm sure that Harry and the others love him and care about him, but they tend to be too wrapped up in their own issues to watch out for him. I like Harry and Kerry Ann's friendship, it's... I dunno. I don't have the words for it. It's really different from his relationships with his other friends, certainly. It's amusing that when Harry had plans to go join the French ministry, he was willing to include K.A. in his plans and just assumed that Tonks would quit everything and join him. "You were going to raid my department?!" ~ That is possibly my favorite line out of the entire two novels. Hm? Did you say that wasn't in this chapter? Oh, well...
Moody is back. Why do I feel like that is prelude, laying down the tracks for the third installment? You are making me such a careful reader now, looking for clues. I swear, there are some things that I just gloss over while reading, not even realising that they are plot devices. Well, most of them anyway. I totally called it on Ravenclaw's book. I am still questioning however where Harry's powers regarding the Dark Plane had come from. Not directly from Voldemort since not even he knew how to weild them. He coveted them even, said that they were something that he had not ever had. Moody just gets under my skin though... he's just too paranoid for my liking. I would have thought that he knew that Harry wasn't Dark because of the time he'd spent with him during Book Five, but then again, it wasn't really all that much time. Who Harry really did spend time with was Barty Crouch Jr., not Moody. Still... The man makes me itchy.
Is my review long enough? I would think so, but I still feel like I'm missing something that I wanted to discuss... I had scrolled through and made a mental list, but my mental lists always end up missing something when I go back over them. Huh. Must not have been very important then, I guess.
~KiriAuthor's Response: You review is just the right length.
While writing I kept remembering Crouch too, instead of Moody. Tough to sort out. We actually know very little about Moody as well as Moody knowing very little about Harry.
>now I have to imagine him married with a child of his own.
:D I'm *very* interested to see your comments on Resolution. Report Review
Percy Weasley is a jerk. I have stronger words for what I really want to call him, but the reviews have to remain PG, unfortunately for me.
~Kiri Report Review
Eh... As much as the Tonks/Harry pairing is adorable, it's still not one of my favorites for some reason... Maybe it's just because I'm looking at them both like, 'you are being entirely too stupid for your own good! Stop torturing yourselves.' Tonks said it proper back in the first installment, she is probably regretting what they did back then. I feel like Harry didn't quite realise that he had feelings for Tonks back then until that night. There was always the possibility that things could rear it's ugly head, but that night sort of cemented it, I think.
The Doomsday Spell. Would that constitute for Dark Magic? I'm a little iffy on that one. I didn't think about it at first, but now I'm thinking like, it's very possible that it was Dark Magic. Most regular spells don't need the towers to work them. I really hope that it wasn't Dark Magic. How powerful was it anyway? Did the magic work with the castle's magic, or was it among the same level as the modified Crux Horridi that he used? I very possibly put too much thought into this story. I tend to forget my questions anyway, after I write them in a review... Well, most of them anyway. I really am quite curious about the Dooms Day thing though.
~KiriAuthor's Response: The towers are neutral stores of magical energy, you could use them dark or light.
There may be some dark magic in the old Salazar spell, but it would be embedded in the castle to be released, not channeled through Harry. Report Review
. I'm very curious now. Not much happened for me to to comment on, but I feel... I dunno. Sticky. Suspicious. Did I mention that you really pull me into these things? I swear, when HPFF went down last night I was going through withdrawal over not being able to read. Have you ever had that happen to you? Your writing is just that good.
~KiriAuthor's Response: I sometimes find books that do that to me. And then I'm sad when they end right after the climax as they are "supposed" to. I did that with Revolution, but only because I had a sequel to carry on with. Not doing it with Resolution. I've got to take a good long soak in the calm after the storm. Report Review
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