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Reviews For For In Dreams

Reviewer: MisterBlack Signed Date: 2016.03.24 - 05:46PM Title: Chapter 26: The Wretched and Divine


Okay, so you mean to tell me that for 10 minutes straight Harry was bringing down his Death Eaters and not one of them sought out to protect themselves? You know... shield charm and all. For 10 minutes Voldemort did not realize what Harry was doing? I doubt he would care if he had but I doubt he would not have realized his intentions.

The only reason really that Harry even survived that graveyard scene in canon was because Voldemort was playing with him. His Death Eaters did not get involved because there was no need to but I doubt they would have just let themselves be attacked. I doubt Voldemort would have let him.

Either way... besides that... I thought it was a pretty good chapter. I don't agree that Ginny and Dumbledore would just let Ludo just take her but I understand why it happened the way it did. With the amount of knowledge that Dumbledore knows about Tom and his family (at least in canon) I doubt he would NOT know about the cemetery. If the cemetery is unplottable as you say in this chapter then how did Dumbledore get there so quickly? How would he even be able to track them?

Unplottable is pretty much like the Room of Requirement. You can't disapparate in. I can understand the Portkey but other than that Harry was pretty much stuck.

Anyway... on to the next chapter.

Reviewer: carolyn jinn Signed Date: 2016.01.12 - 11:04AM Title: Chapter 26: The Wretched and Divine


Well written chapter.
Loved the differences to cannon, but also the similarities as well.
Poor Ginny and Harry to have felt the cruciatus through each other.
Looking forward to the next chapter.

Reviewer: Arnel Signed Date: 2016.01.08 - 10:31AM Title: Chapter 26: The Wretched and Divine


You have me intrigued with this Black Book of Felicia Tiberina. It certainly sounds like a Dark object to me and Lucius Malfoy will most certainly be punished for letting it out of his collection. Good for Arthur Weasley for instilling the fear of discovery in Malfoy's mind.

The twists on the graveyard scene were well done and as sad as it makes me that Harry and Ginny shared each other's pain while under the Cruciatus, Ginny was incredibly brave to serve as Dumbledore's eyes so that the rescue could take place.

Thank you for identifying the figure in black as a non-Death Eater forced to do Voldemort's bidding. I've never liked that Pettigrew was cowardly enough to let himself be used the way he was in canon. It will be interesting to see what this new character's role is and whether Dumbledore trusts him with Order secrets again.

Well done.

Reviewer: MollyandArthur Signed Date: 2016.01.07 - 07:14PM Title: Chapter 26: The Wretched and Divine


Nicely written chapter. I like the way you kept to the basic facts, but made it your own story by having Ginny in the cemetery and by having the extra characters. Poor Harry and Ginny have now both been tortured by Voldemort. I am glad that he did not realize how connected Harry and Ginny are, but then I suppose he has no understanding of love in any form. Dumbledore came through in the end, but it would have been nice if he arrived a bit faster.

Reviewer: skiutahnum1 Signed Date: 2016.01.07 - 05:02PM Title: Chapter 26: The Wretched and Divine

Ah harry is back and safe with ginny but soon they will need to let moody know what the heck is going for harry and ginny they will need awnsers from albus bfore they take off for a safer school...molly be dam....kutgw

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