Snape teaching Dark Arts! I don't see good coming from this. But perhaps Dumbledore hints at commeuppance for Snape when he warns that Harry's power will surpass his own. Snivellus, don't duel Harry when that happens.
I didn't realize the prologue
was this short :) Are you proud that I'm finally starting to review
TAP? If I keep this up, I'll have to do something nice for myself as a
Seeing as how I've read this story before, I know the background, but
it will be fun to read it again. As long as Snape is still being his
usual vindictive self and Harry is romancing Ginny (eventually), it
should make for a good second time 'round :)
I found this to be a very interesting way to begin a story dealing with Harry after his 5th year. I can imagine Dumbledore observing Harry without his knowledge. (That won’t go over well I imagine.) Snape as DA professor is unexpected, and I’m curious to see if achieving his goal will make him less or more approachable to his students. (My money is on less. Grin.)
Harry as a powerful wizard with emotional issues is also an intriguing thought. Will they be a weakness, or can he harness them?
You’ve managed to set up quite a few questions, and I look forward to the answers. Thank you for sharing your work with others.
ellie a reviewer
Sib Tuesday 7th September 2004 11:54
Prologue (Author Response)
Hi Ellie, thanks for the nice review! I think that's the longest one I've ever had, just for the prologue chapter. I hope you continue reading and enjoying the story. I look forward to more of your thoughts, if you have some to share. -- Sib