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Reviews for The Potions Master of Azkaban.

witte heks 2006.02.23 - 02:46PM 7: The Missing Wife. Signed
I like this story, it is very original. I can't wait to read more. I have recently read your story "The daughter of light" and really liked it. You write so well , I truly hope to read a lot more of your stories . You have definitely become one of my favourite authors. Please update soon! Lots of love Ann.

Author's Response: Thanks, Ann! I'm glad you enjoyed Daughter of Light and I'm currently in the process of uploading it to Occlumency, where it will then be followed by it's sequel, Severed Souls. And keep reading and reviewing! :-)

rfoster123 2006.02.20 - 10:09PM 7: The Missing Wife. Signed
What a cliff-hanger! I can hardly wait for more...

Author's Response: Sorry about the cliff hanger. I am a bad, bad author! But they are fun. :-)

naiad 2006.02.20 - 05:12PM 7: The Missing Wife. Anonymous
I can't wait for more of this story. What a good way to end a chapter!

Author's Response: Thanks, naiad. more on the way!

greenwood 2006.02.18 - 07:59PM 7: The Missing Wife. Anonymous
This seems like such a false hope - to give only a few hours and possible problems as a result. I can only see folly in this missguided act of kindness on the Hit Wizard's part. Would this not only just leed to the same pain Lucius is facing? Knowledge that you are close and yet you might as well be dead since you would never again see or hear from them again. That they could be tourtured or die from one thing or another and the other would never know? It seem so much more sad to make this attempt unless you have further plans for thier eventual escape. Such a wonderfully different story and well crafted dispite the sadness it brings. I look forward to the next chapter.

Author's Response: Thank you, greenwood. I agree, it would be terribly sad to arrange a visit. The pain caused would probably be unbearable for both of them. Let's hope Katherine comes to her senses.

Deeble 2006.02.18 - 10:30AM 7: The Missing Wife. Signed
What a compelling, original story this is. I worry that Katherine might find herself locked up for the rest of her life, believed to be the "crazy" Mrs. Snape ... though of course it's just as terrible for the real Mrs. Snape.

Author's Response: Thanks for the review, Deeble! I don't think Katherine has really pondered on the fact that she may get caught. Silly girl! Let's hope she's cleverer than the syste.

shameful_desire 2006.02.18 - 09:46AM 7: The Missing Wife. Signed
“Of course, the fact that I am a Metamorphmagus would help matters considerably, don’t you think?” WOW!!! ...impressive! Did you originally thought of this, or did it just come unxpectedly? For a moment I thought the whole situation was hopeless but once again u never cease to amaze with your unpredictability. Great Job, but an evil cliffie! Plus, you "just" had to call her"maeve" didn't you??? XD. Aww hahaha. Can't wait for more/

Author's Response: Well, Maeve is a very old character of mine, so she's been a Metamorphmagus for a good while now. :-) She has a lot of little tricks up her sleeve. You can read about her origins in the Daughter of Light. The first chaper is posted here and I'm submitting the others. As for the user name.. well Maeve came before the user name and it was the first name I used when I started writing fanfiction. This was long before I knew that ot was considered silly to have your main female OC have the same user name as the author. But the user name stuck. :-) Thanks so much for the review, and keep reading!

Aiden 2006.02.18 - 08:28AM 7: The Missing Wife. Anonymous
This story is terrific. I love the plot twists, and Katherine is one of the best OCs I have encountered in HP fanfiction.

Author's Response: Thanks, Aiden. I've grown rather fond of Katherine and she may well make other appearences after this story is done.

memory 2006.02.18 - 03:08AM 7: The Missing Wife. Anonymous
Ciao from Italy! As you see, I'm always here ready to know more. I liked this chapter, but now I'm anxiously looking forward to next. Can't wait to see what will happen, just love the idea of the secret meeting. "Of course, the fact that she is a Metamorphmagus would help matters considerably". You made things easier for her, didn't you? But I don't care, the poor ones (Snape and Maeve) deserve a chance in their lives. Again sorry for my English (you were so kind telling me it's OK, but I know is a gentle lie) and please keep writing!!!

Author's Response: Hee hee. It wasn't a lie...gentle of otherwise. :-) Well, you see, Maeve has actually given me some problems with this story. Because of the skills she has, that are all explained in the main stories, it is making life almost too easy for them. But I couldn't just ignore the fact that she is a Metamorphmagus or other things about her. This was meant to be a very short little story, and my editor laughs at me everytime she sends another chapter back) but it developed, and Maeve's part developed with it. And good to see you back. You must go and read the main fic Daughter of Light to understand the Maeve/Severus connection.

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