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gtgrouch posted a comment on Sunday 10th August 2014 2:34pm for Things are different overseas

Aha! Harry Potter meets spaghetti western. Done well, too!

cassandramalory posted a comment on Saturday 9th April 2011 6:19pm for Things are different overseas

I really loved the prequel, apprentice potter, and I'm thoroughly enjoying this new story, I just have a small request. I am Italian, and the Falcone surname is quite well know, as that of a hero, a very brave judge assassinated by the mafia in May 1992. I know this is just fiction, and I will keep reading anyway because it's really one of the best works I've encountered so far, I just ask if you could change the name of this mafia guy, as a sign of respect. Have your pick among Riina, Provenzano, Badalamenti, or if you want something more from Rome, google "banda della magliana" for some known names. Those are actually mafia.
Thanks for understanding, and sorry if it took me so long.

Portus posted a comment on Tuesday 29th July 2008 9:52am for Things are different overseas

Oh, I liked this chapter *very* much. Harry wiped the floor with a pompous jerk - nothing new there. But the way Harry humiliated the prick not once but twice, and then allowed him to kill himself with his own wand? On orders from the idiot's own arrogant father? Now that was inspired. I like the backfiring wand trick almost as much as the remote casting and the ability to "push" objects.

Definitely a fun chapter to read.

Andrius posted a comment on Tuesday 15th July 2008 12:21am for Things are different overseas

Oh, I love that. Not only using spells but various trinkets and items as well. Very fun!

pfeil posted a comment on Friday 6th June 2008 5:08pm for Things are different overseas

Thank You!

Glad to have someone logical on the site to counter kokopelli's nonsense.

cwejr posted a comment on Saturday 1st March 2008 6:58pm for Things are different overseas

Fantastic.
excellent characterization, believable people,realistic dialog, and enough 'gotcha' moments to keep my interest up. I'm really enjoying this story so much that I expect to miss most of my sleep tonight.

Good job.

taxzombie posted a comment on Saturday 1st September 2007 7:01pm for Things are different overseas

Excellent. Loved Harry's additude and the goings on. Especially the reverse spell on the wand. Darwin rides again!

jon posted a comment on Friday 15th December 2006 5:56pm for Things are different overseas

bad-ass. great fight sequence, the first hand really does somethign else for the fight sequences. great chappie.

Reviewer-Who-Begs-For-Updates posted a comment on Friday 25th August 2006 1:16am for Things are different overseas

What else can you say about a pair of bright, blue and yellow-stripped pants that look as though they are doubling as incontinence trousers after a heavy night of fifteen pints of Guinness, two curries, four boiled eggs and a bean sandwich?

This made me laugh so hard I cried.

TxA_GunFighter posted a comment on Tuesday 18th July 2006 7:26am for Things are different overseas

Interesting chapter.

gunny

timmerator posted a comment on Friday 7th July 2006 1:36pm for Things are different overseas

Dude! a well trained proactive Harry... Who would have thunk it??
I dig your way of thinkin' bro!! Please keep it burnin'.

Oh! oh... I mean... Good Show old chap!! 8-)

Tim

TxA_GunFighter posted a comment on Saturday 14th January 2006 4:47pm for Things are different overseas

Outstanding. Love it when the bad guys det their due. Nice writing.

gunny

noylj posted a comment on Monday 19th December 2005 1:11pm for Things are different overseas

Hurray, no more Mr. "I have to protect my enemies so they can come back and try to kill me again." However, Mr. Falcone should have been brought down and eviscerated by Harry, since he called for Harry to be killed. Must assert yin/yang.

Joseph posted a comment on Wednesday 28th September 2005 6:10pm for Things are different overseas

I love the story i really do. This is how Harry should act and not some pathetic nancy boy as characterized by Rowling. However, I noticed in this chapt. about the comments on witch burning and the catholic church. Sorry to burst your bubble but the protestants and more importantly england and the US burned alot more witches that the catholics. Dont get me wrong plenty of burning on both sides, just protestant countries tended to burn more 'witches'.

lucia posted a comment on Tuesday 27th September 2005 7:57am for Things are different overseas

Loved it!!! more

Jennifer posted a comment on Monday 26th September 2005 6:59pm for Things are different overseas

I love what you have written so far. It is interesting and one of the more original fics I've read. ALso love how Harry isn't just getting more powerful, but smarter too and how we watched him get smarter. Update soon please.

Machiavelli Jr posted a comment on Sunday 25th September 2005 11:26am for Things are different overseas

Excellent, and incorporating the Horcruxes is a stroke of genius. Vatican conspiracies though? That old chestnut? Ah well, magical ones make a nice change from Dan Brown clones, the Bonfire of the Vanities and the Borgias [though we know Lucrezia at least was a witch]. My sig sort of compels me to be biased here; don't let Harry have an easy ride. The Italians really did write the books on sneaky politicking, suffering witches and thoroughly stuffing the English.

stu posted a comment on Saturday 24th September 2005 7:55pm for Things are different overseas

well i liked how you have linked the 6th into your story, make you wander how much of falcone that dumbledore knew of and when our hero will find out

DoWnEr posted a comment on Saturday 24th September 2005 11:10am for Things are different overseas

WOW..... i didn't even know there was a sequel. So far it lives up to the expectation you set with Apprentice Potter and im sure that won't change in the future...

And im glad someone protested FF.nets ridiculious restrictions on stories even with their hypocritcal motto.

Dave McCombs posted a comment on Saturday 24th September 2005 10:24am for Things are different overseas

I enjoy your stories; I always have, and this one is no exception.

What I do NOT enjoy are your gratuitous attacks on the Catholic Church. I respectfully request that you refrain from such in the future. They are offensive and are certainly not germane to the story.