are you going to coninue this one, orjust leave it, please tell me because if you leave it, i won't bother checking for updates, if you are going to finish i will check for updates, daily or weekly =] so far i have really liked it, please continue it, don't just leave it hanging.
Well I was all ready to complaine about your cannon contradition
with someone else knowing about the horcruxes. Since Dumbledore
told Harry that no one else knew. But you left a opening in timr
for him to have found out somewhat recently so that seems ok.
Coe is a bit (read: WAY WAY) too good to be true. The
curse on the DADA position is just a "well we will see what we can do
about that" when Dumbledore could nto get rid of it for going on 20
years. The seeming to know everything etc. This OC is
in danger of becomming really annoying so I hope you reign him in a
But all of that is forgiven (for this chapter) for the jam
refrence. When I read that in HBP I thought to myself "ok when
will we see this again". After then end of HBP I was having
difficulty with the scene, sure that JKR did not put it there just ot
make DD look eccentric. SO your use of it was quite nice.
This is terrrific! I've read it twice so far and each time I picked up on more of the details. I found it delightfully funny that after their three-day stay at the Dursleys, the trio found it advisable to wait until after the Weasley/Delacour wedding to go hunting Horcruxes. You have a flair for the mysterious in the form of Mr Coe and I'm glad Harry was able to Portkey away from Privet Drive as the Death Eaters showed up. Just so you know, I'll be checking twice daily for the next chapter of your story. I definitely want more! Please post again soon.
Ooohhh, nice beginning! Quite captivatinig. I thought Harry
accepted Coe a bit too easily, but I understand where he's coming
from. A bit disturbing that McGonagall hasn't been in touch, and
nobody else from the Order either?
Now, where has the portkey taken him? Grimmauld Place,
maybe? Or someplace more intriguing perhaps... I look
forward to reading more, and (of course) I hope you update soon.
(Poor writers, the demanding readers you have to put up with).