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Reviewer: JudyL (Signed)
11 Mar 2012 12:07 am
Wow, what a great way to reunite Harry with Sirius. I like your vision of Harry as John... Wonderful story.
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Reviewer: JudyL (Signed)
10 Mar 2012 11:02 pm
This was wonderful, well done. I can easily see Harry as John. I really enjoyed this story.
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Reviewer: kirt30 (Signed)
12 May 2007 8:07 pm
loved it
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Reviewer: anonymous (Anonymous)
19 Dec 2006 8:59 am
Ahh, damn, that's really well written. I hope to see some sort of continuation of this story, the character interactions suck you in like nothing else.
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Reviewer: Stargate_Junkie (Anonymous)
04 Nov 2006 11:01 pm
Wow! I usually avoid Harry Potter crossovers like the plauge, but this one is really good! I absolutely loved it, now I'm off to read the next part. :)
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Reviewer: Nicci (Anonymous)
26 Sep 2006 6:15 pm
I love it!!!
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Reviewer: angelwings (Anonymous)
04 Jul 2006 1:31 am
oh you really, really *need* to write more of this! i wanna know how harry/shep is going to fix his relationship with serious (i can't spell- i know) and how if the rest of the team discover his true past- very exciting me thinks! excelent chapter had me enthralled! well done matey!
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Reviewer: angelwings (Anonymous)
30 Jun 2006 11:33 pm
"oh god, oh god were all going to die?" you totally cracked me up! I LOVE SERENITY! and oh yeah please hurry and put up the next part- i really love the angst and the harry/john thing- wickidly cool!
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Reviewer: Califmole (Anonymous)
30 Jun 2006 1:10 am
Argh, can't believe you broke the story here! John as Harry is such a tricky thing to pull off, but you did a great job of convincing us that it's possible. I love his refusal to lose one more person, and Teyla's insight that he can do impossible things because he is always expecting to die. Looking forward to the next installment.
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Reviewer: pgnpxi (Anonymous)
29 Jun 2006 8:00 pm
Yay! I love this story! Please continue fast! The interplay between the tea is just fabulouse.
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Reviewer: XanDutch (Anonymous)
29 Jun 2006 6:40 pm
I nearly swallowed a grape whole when you started quoting Wash, I had to laugh so hard! Looking forward to the second half. (And I will make sure not to be eating grapes when I read it...)
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Reviewer: Scruffy (Signed)
17 Jun 2006 5:51 pm
I am so impressed with this story. You fit Harry into Atlantis perfectly. It was really sad, but funny and sweet too, which is a nice mix. Well done!
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Reviewer: sundara (Anonymous)
17 Jun 2006 6:04 am
Excellent xover! You tied in Harry's life to John's by pointing out amazing similiarities. Really enjoyed it, thanks.
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Reviewer: adafrog (Anonymous)
17 Jun 2006 3:44 am
Great story. Usually these crossovers seem to be kind of fantasy-ish, but this felt like it could be real. thanks.
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Reviewer: DragonLady (Signed)
17 Jun 2006 3:00 am
Wow...this was an incredible crossover. I have a hard time with HP fanfic, and while the HP/SGA crossovers are a guilty pleasure, I have yet to find one that has felt as right as this one does. All of the pieces fit nice and snugly like a puzzle. Brilliant!
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Reviewer: HermioneORourke (Signed)
16 Jun 2006 10:05 pm
I'm not a big fan of HP/SGA crossovers where John is Harry or any of the other characters are HP characters in disguise, but I really loved this. It made sense and was very well developed. Now if only I could get my hand on some of that happy plant...*smirks*
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Reviewer: helva2260 (Anonymous)
16 Jun 2006 10:01 pm
Wow. I think this is the HP crossover I always knew there should be the potential for! I've been a fan since I found your AB/HP and AB/SG1 crossovers, and promptly read everything else I could find (in fact, I pretty much got into the Anita Blake fandom because of those stories!), and I'm glad to find you writing in SGA now! You have such a talent for characterisation and finding the perfect authorial voice in all the universes you write. This is the canon John, with all his darkness and contrasting light-heartedness intact, and the Pyrrhic victory of the Harry Potter background not only fits him like a glove, but explains so many of Sheppard's quirks. And as if that weren't enough, you also give us a welcoming, (semi?-)sentient Atlantis, singing him to sleep. I loved it all: you had me chuckling out loud at Rodney's alien plant experiences, and nearly weeping when John recieved Dudley's obituary - I think it was all the more effective somehow because it was Dudley... ...I wish we could have more of this John's adventures...
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