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Wonderbee31 posted a comment on Thursday 27th September 2007 5:22am

Nice part here, and really liked the way things went here with the three of them, and I would much rather have had this pair than canon for some reason.

Jim_xinu posted a comment on Thursday 27th September 2007 5:08am

Great line: "No, no; look behind you."

Very cute. Good chapter, thanks for sharing it with us.

vertru posted a comment on Thursday 27th September 2007 5:02am

Crys, my friend, I hate to admit this but I think you may have a sicker sense of humor than I. Oh well, it was bound to happen sooner or later. Anyway, I forgot I had read the earlier chapters and just now read the whole thing. Have to say some of your scenarios are both fun and unique. Now the chapter previous to this one i had not read and found the ending to be quite poignant. The whole story made one think about what comes next. I just cannot see the HP as written in the first five books ever going to work as an Auror. He would want to do something exciting, but cop work ain't all that exciting the vast majority of the time. Anyway, this last chapter was really quite interesting in the way the girls became stuck to him. I loved Hermione's solution, and truly thought that was the only logical outcome. However, it was done in such a way that it was still a surprise. Good job on that.

Vern

Ben Russell-Gough posted a comment on Thursday 27th September 2007 4:33am

Eep! Yeah, I think that the dream ended at the interesting bit too.

Well, an interesting possible start to a H/Hr/G triofic. With your permission, I might even try to make the bunny into a Godzilla (full-length story). It would be interesting to see how this situation works out in the long run, especially as the oath will always require fidelity and support if not physical contact...

Then there is the fun of explaining to Arthur, Molly and the Grangers why their very underage daughters are suddenly both getting married... to the same boy. :-p

An interesting little AU possibility. Well written too!

BenRG's Rating: 8/10

Crys replied:

If you want to use the idea (or even what's written as a springboard), you're welcome to do so.  All I ask is a link when you're done and an honorable mention in the A/N.

Glad you enjoyed it.

David Thacker posted a comment on Thursday 27th September 2007 3:48am

That was funny and a great start to new story.

DrT posted a comment on Thursday 27th September 2007 3:40am

Very cute little story. If it had been Luna and Hermione, I'd adopt it <g>

"T"

Crys replied:

Hey, if you want to use it as a springboard, you're welcome to do so.  The bunny's out of my system now, so I certainly won't keep others from using it so long as I get an honorable mention in the A/N.

Gardengirl posted a comment on Thursday 27th September 2007 3:35am

Poor slob, to be awakened at that point! The consummation(s) would have been amazing. Thanks for sharing.

Lostchyld posted a comment on Thursday 27th September 2007 2:47am

I'd kind of like to see this one play out a bit more.

Christopher Patton posted a comment on Thursday 27th September 2007 2:43am

Cute story, it would be fun to see it expanded out to see the reaction of everyone else as they were told and understood the implications.

Plus, I always like the opportunity to read some well written H/HR/G stories.

Thanks...

Cliff Bryner posted a comment on Thursday 27th September 2007 2:31am

I enjoyed this. And, it looks like you are going in a very interesting direction. I joyfully anticipate your next installment.

Particle_Accelerator posted a comment on Thursday 27th September 2007 2:18am

Hey, I liked this one! The whole premise would be a nice little ficlet to extend if you're ever so inclined. Nice job!

Robert Owen posted a comment on Thursday 27th September 2007 2:01am

Oh my, LoL! Poor Harry. I'm really looking forward to seeing the reactions of Mrs Granger & Mrs Weasley. LoL

Robert

sanghamitra posted a comment on Thursday 27th September 2007 1:48am

god this is awful !! awfully funny that is ...

Charles Slone posted a comment on Thursday 27th September 2007 12:41am

*laughs lightly* glad to see your back Ryan and heres to more "Why does it always happen to me" HP stories lol

Crys replied:

Glad you enjoyed it.

BTW, my name isn't Ryan.  My yahoo account was named after my first OC in the Chessman Chronicles.

Zane posted a comment on Monday 6th August 2007 1:04pm

I like it. By great technicallity, he is the last man in the wizarding world.

Minerva Granger posted a comment on Sunday 29th July 2007 5:56pm

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

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

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.

~Ivy

warpwizard posted a comment on Friday 27th April 2007 4:22pm

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

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.