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Abraxan posted a comment on Friday 10th September 2010 4:53am for What Now?

I can see him wanting that. Well done.


Crys replied:

I just wondered what he would ask for if given the choice after the Final Battle (tm), and the story ballooned from there.

dogbertcarroll posted a comment on Wednesday 24th September 2008 3:40am for What Now?

Very unsettling. Everything said and done and he doesn't know what to do now that the pressure is off.

gadriam posted a comment on Wednesday 24th September 2008 3:38am for What Now?

I really don't know what to say except that this was brilliant. It wouldn't do for too long a fic, but it's good for five or six chapters of some serious quality. It's not your usual style, but I really want to see what happens next here.


Minerva Granger posted a comment on Sunday 29th July 2007 5:56pm for What Now?

Muses! Kill all muses, especially Hijacking Muses!

Crys replied:

I really don't think you meant that.

Without any muses, nothing would ever get written.

Jimbocous posted a comment on Friday 1st June 2007 8:04am for What Now?

Interesting little bunny there, and one that could certainly be developed. There are certainly no shortage of post-Voldie fics out there, but not so many good ones that can get past the tortured Auror / Quiddich brat / Minister of magic cliches. What made this interesting and unique was Moody's perspective. Nicely done.

Ivy_Snowe posted a comment on Sunday 29th April 2007 1:49pm for What Now?

Well now, that was interesting. You know, that wasn't as horrible as that warning up top made it out to be. In all actuality I find it completely understandable that Harry would even consider suicide. And be helped by Moody of all people. I've often wondered about James and Lily's graves. Honestly, if you were Harry wouldn't you have asked about it before? I think I would have Third year at the latest. Anyway, good chapter. Cheers.


warpwizard posted a comment on Friday 27th April 2007 4:22pm for What Now?

I didn't find it particularly disturbing. A bit downbeat, sure. I can see Harry wanting to check out, especially if Hermione or anything important person to him dies. It's not like he's had a life other than Voldie trying to kill him.

Christina C. Keimig posted a comment on Wednesday 25th April 2007 3:53am for What Now?

Interesting dream. Of course he'll be at a loss after the last battle is won...of course he'll even consider death as a viable option.

This was very well done.

Patches posted a comment on Thursday 19th April 2007 8:01pm for What Now?

This is real. This is life at its basic level.
What makes us happy? What do we want to do and
how do we want to live our lives? Good questions for everyone although I don't agree with Mad-eye. Death is final. There is no changing your mind after that. That is one option I cannot endorse. This does help us see
how someone really depressed could end up committing suicide though. A very thoughtful piece. Thanks for writing. pms

Alayna posted a comment on Thursday 19th April 2007 4:16am for What Now?

It is a reasonable enough story. I like it.

I have read quite some stories about post war Harry, but they normally just start one year after the death of Voldemort or even later...

So if you would continue this one, I for one would read it with interest

Meteoricshipyards posted a comment on Wednesday 18th April 2007 2:26am for What Now?

"Have you ever considered piracy? I think you'd make a wonderful Dread Pirate Roberts."

This isn't so sad. At least in what you presented he hasn't lost any other friends (although Neville doesn't say anything at the party, so that might not be true). I think this is something Harry will have to face.

As Luna will say in an upcoming chapter of mine, "You've achieved all your dreams. Now you need to come up with new ones."

However, his life may be like that of the astronauts who walked on the moon -- a number of them fell into depression because they had done their greatest achievement -- anything they did after that wouldn't be as great.

Anyway, thanks for the story.

Tom A.

Gardengirl posted a comment on Tuesday 17th April 2007 11:46pm for What Now?

I like Remus's suggestion better, thanksverymuch. A very believable bunny. Bit heavy for my morning Cheerios, but thanks for posting just the same!

Wonderbee31 posted a comment on Tuesday 17th April 2007 10:48pm for What Now?

Interesting, and thought-provoking, and it does make me wonder what might happen if Harry survives the war. Oh I'm sure there will be celebrations, but, then what? Liked this bunny a lot, not cute 'n' fluffy, but still, a good bunny.

atlantis-rob posted a comment on Tuesday 17th April 2007 10:42pm for What Now?

Wow! That was pretty damn deep and depressing a bit as you said. Interesting point with the wizards having suicide as legal, but in someways a fitting and not that surprising. Excellent work on the various chats, definetly amusing with Parvati's comment. Damn good work for unbeta'd! Cheers!

UdderPD posted a comment on Tuesday 17th April 2007 8:19pm for What Now?

I see what you mean about maybe not posting this, it is not the sort of thing I usually read either.

However there is a lot of truth in it and it was worth the effort of posting.

Thank You.


seekertlk posted a comment on Tuesday 17th April 2007 4:23pm for What Now?

I, for one, and extremely glad you did post this. I wouldn't call it perky and cheery, but I don't think it's quite so grim as you might believe. It's also a much more...human...view of post-voldie-destruction Harry than we often see.

I think it's very good, and I think you've captured Moody extremely well.

Well played.

LoggingInSucksAss posted a comment on Tuesday 17th April 2007 3:50pm for What Now?

I liked it, but I'm not really sure this belongs in -this- story. Doesn't have the flavor of the other chapters OR of a dream. It's neither a dream or a nightmare, really.

Drake posted a comment on Tuesday 17th April 2007 3:42pm for What Now?

A insightful piece of work, which seems to focus on what of fanfiction authors do not want to focus on. Inevitably, their reluctance to do so can prove to be something Rowling will exploit to stay original. Thank you for exploring something not seen very often. A good read too :P, could probably read it another dozen times and still find insightful information.

simons_flower posted a comment on Tuesday 17th April 2007 3:14pm for What Now?

It's not as dark and depressing as you'd think. I really enjoyed this. It's an in-depth character study in few words. Good job.

Wolfric posted a comment on Tuesday 17th April 2007 2:36pm for What Now?

I like it. It has a certain feel of reality that is lacking even in a lot of angsty stories. I don't see Harry as really taking his life but considering it, I can see that. If you can see a direction to proceed; there could be some more chapters here as Harry samples life a bit and finds somes direction of his own. Thanks for writing. W.