Reviews For Penumbra II: The Anzem Gauntlets
Reviewer: Dad Signed Date: 2016.08.15 - 07:01PM Title: Chapter 7: The Adder and the Cistern
When I said "had to wait a bit", I have just read this chapter to get the feel of it. 10 months is a bit of a wait!
Reviewer: Arnel Signed Date: 2015.11.10 - 10:04PM Title: Chapter 7: The Adder and the Cistern
This was definitely NOT a chapter to read while eating lunch or dinner or while cooking either meal! The steaks I was broiling for dinner weren't quite as appetizing once I came to the description of the welcoming committee hanging from the ceiling of the chamber. (Insert horrified shiver.)
Reviewer: Dad Signed Date: 2015.11.08 - 06:59PM Title: Chapter 7: The Adder and the Cistern
Had to wait a bit, but definately a powerful chapter.
Reviewer: carolyn jinn Signed Date: 2015.05.17 - 06:37AM Title: Chapter 6: A Shadow Over Glossop
Reviewer: Dad Signed Date: 2015.05.15 - 06:08PM Title: Chapter 6: A Shadow Over Glossop
I can not wait to find out what this is all about.
Reviewer: Arnel Signed Date: 2015.04.29 - 11:05PM Title: Chapter 5: Outside Prescribed Domains
I just finished reading the entire story, mostly because I wanted to make sure I had a good grip on the plot and also because I love the way you're writing the goblins. This is a race in canon and fan fic that has been much maligned because readers and wizards alike haven't taken the time to try to understand the another race. The fact that JKR's world mirrors what goes on in the real world is rather scary, but it's a fact of life and I commend you for tackling such a difficult subject and making Harry's mentors someone other than his own race. The other thing I liked about the story, especially chapters four and five, is that Ginny is being empowered to work behind the scenes to do whatever she can to undermine Voldemort and the Death Eaters. I love Remus' line in chapter four about the Order needing to involve young people more often. Clearly, he understands the value of young minds and ideas and in this one line, you show this understanding at its best. I had to smile when Professor McGonagall reluctantly allowed Ginny to go with her to interview the new Muggle-born family. While her outburst may not have been as diplomatic as Minerva would have liked, it clearly explained the situation and will hopefully help the family escape Voldemort's tyranny.
Reviewer: carolyn jinn Signed Date: 2015.04.27 - 06:18AM Title: Chapter 5: Outside Prescribed Domains
Reviewer: Marinka Signed Date: 2015.03.25 - 09:33PM Title: Chapter 4: The Study of Ancient Runes
:) please come back?:)
Reviewer: carolyn jinn Signed Date: 2014.11.13 - 07:28AM Title: Chapter 4: The Study of Ancient Runes
Reviewer: Dreaming Haven Signed Date: 2014.11.09 - 09:14PM Title: Chapter 4: The Study of Ancient Runes
I'm very glad that you updated, but more so that you had it focused on Ginny. She's my favorite part about this story, so even if it is short it's still a great chapter.
Reviewer: mljbar Signed Date: 2014.11.08 - 12:14PM Title: Chapter 4: The Study of Ancient Runes
Reviewer: Arnel Signed Date: 2014.11.08 - 02:28AM Title: Chapter 4: The Study of Ancient Runes
While shorter than previous chapters, you packed this chapter with all sorts of things for your readers to ponder while waiting for the next chapter. That Ginny continues to help Fred and George is a very good thing and seems to be mutually rewarding for all three. Also, bless Luna for unwittingly giving Ginny and Remus a clue to their own little mystery. I hope Remus' letter to McGonagall proves fruitful. Well done.
Reviewer: Arnel Signed Date: 2014.09.25 - 11:53PM Title: Chapter 3: Dhárdin di Ginbaingh Revisited
Another very interesting and engaging chapter. It's good to know that Harry is now in fine fettle and a bit impatient to get back to helping fight the war. Hermione and Cecilia's experiments intrigue me and I really want to know more about what they're studying. Poor Ron...I suppose he won't be too receptive to learning a second language very soon. Even if he learned just enough to communicate a little, his frustration level might go down, but I doubt he'll want to take the time.
Reviewer: Marinka Signed Date: 2014.09.24 - 05:06AM Title: Chapter 3: Dhárdin di Ginbaingh Revisited
I find that because of the complexity of your story, I have to go back with updates to remind myself about precous chapter developments.
Reviewer: carolyn jinn Signed Date: 2014.09.23 - 02:30AM Title: Chapter 3: Dhárdin di Ginbaingh Revisited
Reviewer: SYLVELLE Signed Date: 2014.09.20 - 06:03PM Title: Chapter 3: Dhárdin di Ginbaingh Revisited
Another fine chapter, of course they all have been, you are on a continuing roll. :>)
Reviewer: SYLVELLE Signed Date: 2014.09.20 - 05:12PM Title: Chapter 2: The Unspeakable's Disclosure
Another excellent chapter, Croaker name has been used in other fanfic as the head of the Department and the unspeakable. One of yours? Can't remember right now. Anyway good move. I am happy to have a mention of the Goblins.. Making the connection between Harry and the Goblins would be very helpful for the good guys just don't let the bad guys know. Thanks for the chapter as always
Reviewer: Wolfs_Scream Signed Date: 2014.09.20 - 04:31PM Title: Chapter 3: Dhárdin di Ginbaingh Revisited
Heh -- I'm amused that "Hermione hated horses". (Each of my sisters wanted a horse when we were all (much!) younger.)
Reviewer: carolyn jinn Signed Date: 2014.09.10 - 12:06PM Title: Chapter 2: The Unspeakable's Disclosure
Reviewer: Marinka Signed Date: 2014.09.09 - 12:54AM Title: Chapter 2: The Unspeakable's Disclosure
Very, very interesting plot. And I know I did winge about the ending but I just could not help myself and here I am, reading it:)