Reviewer: Simply Being
Date: 01/05/11 19:51
Chapter: The Devil and the Clock

Another great chapter! I am a bit put off by Harry's and Flitwick's OOC-ness, but I do love to explore the different sides of Harry. I hope to see a further explanation of not only how the plot came to this point, but why Harry has changed so drastically. But besides this, you are a fantastic storyteller. Despite the length of this chapter, every sentence had me hanging. Great work, I'm excited for the next update.

Reviewer: Simply Being
Date: 01/05/11 18:58
Chapter: Prologue

Great start! I love AU fics, and this one definitely caught my attention. I'm always interested in that what if...what if Voldemort won? But I see that you've added an incredible twist by turning the Wizarding World against Harry and in support of Voldemort. You're writing style is phenomenal as well. I really do feel the pain and bitterness of a battle-worn Harry. Great job, I look forward to future chapters!

Reviewer: ToBeOrNotToBeAGryffindor
Date: 10/08/10 4:15
Chapter: The Devil and the Clock

I put this story on my reading list the moment the prologue came through the queue because it was just too off-the-wall not to. Sometimes, it's cool to step into the realm of the strange and unusual to see what might have been, and though it seems cruel of me, I think I like seeing this mirror into a parallel universe where all was not well.

There are several fascinating implements in this story, starting with the idea of a sort of giant time turner, and ending with the bizarre magic that made it work.

There were times that Harry's characterisation seemed off, but then I had to stop and think that this is simply a different kind of story that required a different viewpoint, one that commiserated with a lost and broken Harry who had been too jaded by the world to be 'just Harry' anymore. 

I am curious, though...why Flitwick? Was his presence picked for a significant purpose, or did he just pop into your mind as someone you wanted to use? It by no means affects my view on the story, but I do admit to wondering.

All in all, despite being wildly different than anything that I've ever read before, this fic is really interesting, and I shall continue to read updates. Normally, I would go into more detail as to my kudos and qualms, but it's half three in the morning, and I can't be arsed to review properly at this juncture. Do forgive me. :D

Cheers and happy writing!

~Jess

Reviewer: SongsOfAPhoenix
Date: 09/26/10 12:38
Chapter: Prologue

damn it. now im hoooked
hurry up and upload MOAR :)

Reviewer: Sunset_Gazer
Date: 09/25/10 20:49
Chapter: Prologue

Interesting, and confusing. But then again, it is supposed to be confusing, so that's alright too.

I really like the way it's written, and I'm eager to see where this is going. I hope you can update soon!!

-Sunset.

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