You\'re a fantastic author and I can\'t wait for more.
This story really wraps you in to it, i was very suprised when the chapter came to an end because i was so intently reading. I am glad she might get a change of clothes so she dosn\'t like so silly in front of snape. how does she think they can hook up with her looking like that? (goodness, lol) So it seems like the muti are getting more powerful, and snape is right in the middle of another dark magic battle, he just can\'t help being in the wrong place at the wrong time. Can\'t wait for more!
This is the first HGSS that I have read like this...very interesting keep writing
This is fabulous. Thank you for the read. I\'m looking forward to the rest. ^_^
part 6 is very fine. But then, it has an excellent Snape in it.
Chapter 4, parts 1-3 - wow!!! Thank you for the long chapter!! I love long chapters, as I can really dig my teeth into the story. First, Nero... I would never have let someone inside my hotel room like that! I hope Harry tells Severus about Nero. (BTW, I still can\'t see this Severus marrying a female-Harry, constanty spouting hateful things at him. Nkele at least loved Severus while being angly.) Second, Nkele... I wonder if she could be of help with the investigation. And how is this renegade Sangoma (Sangomas?) managing to create such Muti in England, enough Muti to break wards, but not enough Muti so that Aurors would sense it? Unlike the true murderer is one of those wizard wannabe-Sangomas, trying to make the crimes look like they were done by Sangomas. Thirdly, Hermione... I was glad to see that she had a reaction to the idea of Sangomas killing their own children; I remember that Arthur Weasley was horrified that Hermione and Harry could be so dispassionate about the murdered children, so this shows that there\'s still a bit of old Hermione in there. Must tell you my favorite line: \"That dress is truly the most dreadful thing I have ever seen, Miss Granger, and considering I lived through Minerva McGonagall’s tartan years, that’s saying something.\" Time for Severus to go dress-shoping with frumpy Hermy!
That was very satisfying! You are such a wonderful writer! Can\'t wait for the next bit. A
These are terribly depressed and depressing depictions of the characters.
I\'ve only been in Cape Town twice in my life, but your descriptions seem pretty accurate. Although people would call Waterkant its english equivalent - the Waterfront. I\'ve never been to Khayelitsha, but I\'ve helped build houses in Orange farm and taught in Alexandra in Johannesburg. Your descriptions seem spot on and if anyone thinks you are exaggerating some of the uglier things that happen in South Africa, then they couldn\'t be more wrong. And as far as AIDS goes, the effect on the country is palpable. I\'ve seen cemetaries that have sprung up almost overnight across the road from townships and just as big. Your story is intriguing as much for the plot and setting as for the characters themselves. Look foward to reading more. Thanks.
Wow! I had read the first chapter quite a while ago and hoped you would continue. This is an extremely powerful story and I am very anxious to see where it will go from here I especially like your portrayal of Severus;he is yummy. I almost felt that I was there- your descriptions are amazing. Many thanks for your brilliant work Love .barb burke