Content Harry Potter


  • Previous
  • Next

Gena posted a comment on Friday 19th December 2008 5:45pm for A Kiss of Polyjuice

this is good i hope you update soon i wish you would update bargain too posted a comment on Monday 24th November 2008 10:12pm for A Kiss of Polyjuice

Please, Please continue writing this. it is GREAT.

Carolyn Jinn posted a comment on Sunday 16th November 2008 1:16pm for A Kiss of Polyjuice

This story is great and I can't wait for the next installment.

The part with Hermione reminising about her parents remembering her was wonderful.

Please don't leave it tooo long to update.

Again, Congratulations on a great storyline.

brad posted a comment on Tuesday 14th October 2008 1:18pm for A Kiss of Polyjuice

Oh, one other comment I forgot:

She hesitated, a blush creeping along her cheeks. "I just... I just wanted to see what kissing Harry was like."

Ron as Harry’s face contorted into a comically ugly picture of revulsion and surprise. "Why?" he said hotly.

Hermione’s discomfort was extreme. She didn’t know how to describe her school-girl fantasy that almost every female at Hogwarts had entertained at one moment or another — at least not in a way that was easily explainable to Ron — so she went with the simple answer.


Planting some seeds for the future round of OBHWF breakups and divorces I see! Excellent. Now that you have acknowledged Hermione's hidden desire for Harry I expect a rapid fragmentation of R/Hr - the insecure canon!Ron won't let this slide - and H/Hr to quickly follow, okthankyouverymuch. :-)

Mr.Intel replied:

We won't get that far in this story, but how could Hermione *not* like Harry?   Why she chose Ron over him is anyone's guess, but JK made that particular bed quite firmly, if not all that well.

brad posted a comment on Tuesday 14th October 2008 1:13pm for A Kiss of Polyjuice

Well, you got it half right. It's supposed to be Dan & *Emma* Granger ... named after the actors representing our favourite couple. At least that's the case in all the H/Hr stories I've read. :-)

Coincidentally I've only just seen the topic of Hermione's heroic memory wipe of her parents discussed just in the last day or two. The consensus was that it was too herculean a task for magic, even for Rowling's wishful-thinking variety.

I've wondered whether Hermione brainwashed her parents with or without their permission, finally deciding that it must have been without their consent ... otherwise, if they agreed to move to Australia - a lovely place, by the way! - why switch all the memories around anyway? Just to help them in their 'act'? Hmmmph.

This is the first story I've read which actually showed us the actual scene where Hermione reverses her brainwashing. Nice.

Mr.Intel replied:

I absolutely loathe the Dan and Emma garbage, so I'm glad I didn't commit that particular sin with this story.   ;-)

Hermione definitely has the brains and the demonstrated ability to learn complicated spells.   That she modified her parents memories isn't a surprise, but exactly how that was done is left a mystery.   So I went with the whole one paragraph of canon fact on the matter and this is the result.   Glad it suits you.


Carol Layland posted a comment on Monday 13th October 2008 9:04am for A Kiss of Polyjuice

Hi Mr Intell. I really think that your name does you proud as you manage to turn out chapter after chapter of wonderful storytelling. This latest chapter is so very interesting that I know that I will end up reading and rereading it just like I do with every chapter and story that you write. I like all the authors on this site as all are magnificent so you fit in very well. The chapter is well crafted, imaginative and perfectely executed. I am very eager for another chapter or two. Thank you for such marvelous stories. Carol

Patches posted a comment on Monday 13th October 2008 5:52am for A Kiss of Polyjuice

Wow! That was good getting a review of Hermione's trip to retrieve her parents. Poor Ron. At least he is learning how to react to Hermione without making her angry. That is a big improvement. Harry is moving right along in his job as an Auror. It sounds like he is doing pretty well. Thanks to Hermione they also have a lead on what Crackshot is doing and how he is doing it. I look forward to more of this story. Thanks for writing. pms

Kokopelli posted a comment on Monday 13th October 2008 1:57am for A Kiss of Polyjuice

So, how did Mildred's bagged ham croissant become a turkey croissant?

Is this the key to the whole story, the shooter on the grassy knoll, or just a burp in the word processor?

Mr.Intel replied:

It was only there to lure you out and entice you to add to my reply count, of course.   It's what happens when you write between weekends.   Too much fun dulls the brain.