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kate19 posted a comment on Sunday 14th September 2008 11:26am for Dead End

that is a nasty little cliffhanger!! hope to see more soon!!

brad posted a comment on Wednesday 10th September 2008 4:54pm for Dead End

Well, I think Ginny *was* petulant, and selfish to boot in demanding that her honeymoon be a higher priority than her husband's life and future safety, but I don't have the H/G rose-coloured filters that you do.

I enjoyed the guts of the chapter, the proactive plan to rid Harry of the Elder Wand. This is only the second story I've read, I believe, which has grasped the Elder Wand nonsense that Rowling left us - Harry - with by the horns and tried to do something with it in order to make her thoughtless 'Harry becomes an auror!' interview statement consistent with her own canon. Good plan, and I was smiling until Draco materialised at the end. :-( All of that effort for nothing! :-(

Mr.Intel replied:

I can't wait for you to read chapter ten!   Yes, I have rose-coloured filters on, but I'm happier with my H/G that way.   Just between you and me, I'm toying with an H/Hr story on the side that's less "rosey".

Draco?   He's a tosser and as he did countless times in school, he's bitten off more than he can chew.   This one's gonna cost more than a broken nose....

UlrichScheper posted a comment on Wednesday 10th September 2008 4:38am for Dead End

Uh, that gave me half a heartattack. They surelyhave no boring hoeymoon :-)

I can ´t wait whats up with Draco.

TxA_GunFighter posted a comment on Tuesday 9th September 2008 10:31pm for Dead End

Good chapter. Bit of a bummer at the end.


bookaholic_au posted a comment on Tuesday 9th September 2008 8:36am for Dead End

An excellent chapter. It's odd to think of the kind of high speed chase you decribed being done in yatchs - a cruiser especially. The average luxury yacht would struggle to move at 20km/h under just motor power (that's running pace) but it would take a long time to get up to that pace. Yatch races are slow things and the amateurs in the chasing boat would struggle to move at the same speed as the Isabella Swan, although in a motor boat they would draw circles around them. While inaccurate, it was a great read and a good laugh.

Mr.Intel replied:

One of the things I regret about this chapter was the way I didn't express the use of magic in sailing the boats.   They are faster because of the mariner magic that is being used.   Otherwise, thanks for reading and reviewing!

Carol Layland posted a comment on Tuesday 9th September 2008 8:00am for Dead End

Hi Mr. Intel, As much as I hate cliffies, you did a nice job here. I am enjoying the story very well and I am definitely looking forward to the next posting. I just wish that some of the other authors would post as often as you do. Carol

jilumasam posted a comment on Tuesday 9th September 2008 7:46am for Dead End


Yeah it's a good chapter and a good cliffhanger! This was a very well written chapter. It moved really well and it was over before I even thought about it. Well done!

Patches posted a comment on Tuesday 9th September 2008 7:26am for Dead End

Wow! What a mess. Harry should have known it couldn't work that well. I look forward to more of this story. Thanks so much for writing. pms

Lindiel Eryn posted a comment on Tuesday 9th September 2008 3:31am for Dead End

I'm a Canadian that used to live a couple hours up-Island from Victoria. Canada uses Celsius, 52F is 11C, and 75F is 23C. This may be a little cold for summer, but that's exactly the kind of weather Victoria has right now. (see : 5-day forecast for Victoria Harbour)

Mr.Intel replied:

Thanks for the review and the reference!   I knew they were using metric, but since I'm an American, I decided to use Imperial units.