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whydoyouhavetoknow posted a comment on Saturday 19th April 2014 4:18am for The Boy Who Arrived

I hope the Dursleys receive a proper punishment for the treatment of Harry Potter.

Sharon posted a comment on Monday 17th August 2009 10:39pm for The Boy Who Arrived

I just wanted to tell you that I really enjoy reading the story. I think I have read it about 5 times now and everytime I see a rec for it, I still go and read it again. It is really good and I look forward to reading it again and again and again, well I guess you get the picture.
Thanks for sharing it.

smoss posted a comment on Saturday 18th April 2009 12:06am for The Boy Who Arrived

More, More More Please; BY THE GODS, give us more

Cale posted a comment on Wednesday 4th June 2008 9:37pm for The Boy Who Arrived

Here I am again reading this wonderful Crossover, for the third time. Truly, I have read hundreds of Harry Potter Crossovers; with Naruto, with Dragonball, with Buffy TVS, with Shaman King, with Ruro-ken, with Bleach, with Fullmetal Alchemist, with Angel...dozens of each...yet this one is still probably my single favorite one of all. So please, mylady Ishtar, could you not find the inspiration to write more? Is the Muse not to be found? Perhaps you should watch the movies again, or go over your story once more...because I truly am eagerly awaiting more of my number one Crossover Fic.

And to mr. Kinsfire; Please prod the wife to write more...

romero posted a comment on Friday 21st March 2008 3:44pm for The Boy Who Arrived

I just found your story and love the relationship between the Addams and Harry. I was snickering a lot when Dumbledore tries to outmaneuver the Addams. I'm looking forward to reading more.

Dragen posted a comment on Saturday 15th March 2008 11:18am for The Boy Who Arrived

Not a bad start to the story, I can't wait to see what happens next.

Also_Iris posted a comment on Saturday 29th December 2007 12:20am for The Boy Who Arrived

Hi,

Nice start.
And a sensible explanation about how Harry ended up in the cubboard.

I loved the Mr. and Mrs. Numbers, gives a nice view of the neighborhood.

Cat Feral posted a comment on Tuesday 4th September 2007 12:50pm for The Boy Who Arrived

Okay, I'm back and re-reading yet again! Trying to review some of the chapters I'd missed, before.

She caught her breath with the first cards revealed. The cards reflecting the present were dark. The Lightning Struck Tower. The Magus, reversed. The Five of Swords. The Ten of Swords.

I'm guessing the Lighting Struck Tower is the temporary vanquishing of Voldemort, right? The Magus Reversed... either Voldie in his new, disempowered state, or Harry who's got lots of magic potential but is still just a baby? Or all three children, who all have lots of magical potential, but are all, of course, just babies? Or, will Petunia eventually discover the magic within herself? Or.... ?

In the future, The Hierophant crossed The Emperor, covered by the Seven of Cups. The Two of Swords. Death. But the future was not entirely bleak. The Page of Cups was supported by the Ace of Wands, flanked by the Two of Cups and the Ten of Cups.

Well, you've told us that Dumbledore is the Hierophant. My first thought was that the Page of Cups represented Harry, the Ace of Wands, Wednesday and the Two and Ten of Cups were, of course, Pugsley and Hermione. But perhaps they aren't meant to be quite so concrete in their representation. (The Page of Swords sounds more like Harry, if I had to choose.)

When Petunia stepped out, the child looked up at her with clear green eyes, and held his hands up trustingly, obviously hoping to be picked up.

It says a lot for Harry's early upbringing that he's so trusting of a total stranger. (especially since he had a seriously traumatic experience only a few hours before this!)

Since I fell in love with your story, I've tried to catch any re-runs of the old "Addams Family" TV show that I can and I also rented all three "Addams Family" movies. In all cases, I've been slightly disappointed. You give the characters so much more depth that the TV show or the movies ever did!

(Hee-hee! I've had a thought: When the kids meet that Basilisk, in their second year, will they keep it as a lovely new pet?)

Jane Average posted a comment on Tuesday 12th June 2007 9:25pm for The Boy Who Arrived

That was the most fascinating and irreverent rewrite of the first few pages of HP:PS that I have ever read :) I love the tone, how you manage to be so nice and cheery even as you distribute scathing insults on the Dursleys ;)

jalva200 posted a comment on Friday 1st June 2007 3:12am for The Boy Who Arrived

Hehehe this is pretty good story so far, i never thought of the addams family mix with hp, should be fun to read XD

Hehehe harry and wensday, nice!

TxA_GunFighter posted a comment on Tuesday 17th April 2007 11:46pm for The Boy Who Arrived

Very interesting start.

gunny

the_goblets posted a comment on Sunday 7th January 2007 3:18am for The Boy Who Arrived


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Glenn Warner posted a comment on Wednesday 13th December 2006 4:04am for The Boy Who Arrived

So far so good. Thank you.

Scott posted a comment on Tuesday 12th December 2006 1:51am for The Boy Who Arrived

Wonderful! Entertaining! And not a typo to be found ... :)

rm posted a comment on Thursday 7th December 2006 1:16am for The Boy Who Arrived

brill chapter no criticisms update soon though

minervakitty posted a comment on Sunday 19th November 2006 10:34pm for The Boy Who Arrived

Makes me wonder why the lady in the beginning doesn't have electricity. If she's someone, that I think is. Then never mind. :) Too bad, the Dursleys won't get their just rewards for being such neglectful parents to Harry.

Patches posted a comment on Thursday 16th November 2006 3:24pm for The Boy Who Arrived

This is deffinitely a differnt poin of view. I am looking forward to more of this story. Thanks for writing. pms

MonkeyAxman1302 posted a comment on Wednesday 8th November 2006 3:22am for The Boy Who Arrived

I'm quite liking this, and may try to do some research on Tarot cards to see if I can figure some of the plot. Any hints as to what sort of tarot cards they were?

I liked Petunia's reaction to Harry. You try almost to show her reasoning for putting Harry in the cupboard under the stairs, as abhorrent as that is you make her self justification believable. Or that its at least believable from her perspective.

I look forward to more.

Monkey

Rebel Goddess posted a comment on Sunday 5th November 2006 6:07am for The Boy Who Arrived

I really like the way that Harry rips the letter up and you imagine the first time Harry is locked in the cupboard under the stairs. Poor boy. Excellent beginning.

Kail Ceannai posted a comment on Friday 3rd November 2006 1:19am for The Boy Who Arrived

In my typical fashion, I've managed to skip chapters yet again. Yet, in true Isthar fashion previous chapters are not strictly required to understand later chapters.

Excellent writing.