Lerris Smith posted a comment on Monday 28th November 2011 9:37pm for Illusions Lost, Not Wisdom Gained
One characteristic of good writing is when things do not always flow like clockwork. This certainly qualifies as an example of good writing. I think this is the first time I've read a story with this basic plot device. It is good to see something new from time to time.
Patches posted a comment on Wednesday 2nd November 2011 1:45am for Illusions Lost, Not Wisdom Gained
Well, it took them long enough to find the dagger but it was worth it because they destroyed the Grimoire. Now Harry has a way to destroy the other Horcruces. What happened to Gryffindor's sword? I'm glad in a way that Dumbledore's portrait nolonger exists. He did give them some good advice though. It was poorly presented but that is the way that Dumbledore liked to do things. Made it a lot harder than it would have been otherwise. I look forward to more of this story. I want to know what happened to Hermione when Harry destroyed the Grimoire. pms