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karina82 posted a comment on Sunday 3rd August 2008 2:20pm for Chapter 35

cool chapter, looks like some more baboonery is just around the corner.

Abraxan replied:

Could be!  Glad you enjoyed it!

Abraxan

Rebel Goddess posted a comment on Sunday 13th July 2008 9:18pm for Chapter 35

I like the letter from Minister Bones. Good chapter. I like the idea of the freeing of the house elves especially. Good to see Harry feeling better too. More please.

Abraxan replied:

I'm glad you liked it!  Thanks a lot!  There's one chapter left and then N&F is finished!

Abraxan

Wolfric posted a comment on Wednesday 9th July 2008 7:10pm for Chapter 35

Well I guess they are more dedicated students than I ever was. I would never have come home early from my honeymoon in Hawaii to do school work. Thanks for writing. W.

Abraxan replied:

Me either!  But they HAVE been married for a while already - and they both have a lot of work to do as "holiday homework" so their choice makes sense, especially with Ginny so nearly finished with Hogwarts.

Abraxan

Patches posted a comment on Wednesday 9th July 2008 5:36pm for Chapter 35

This is really good. I can understand why Ginny suggested an early end to their stay in Maui. A vacation is wonderful. New places to see and experience are fun but for rest and relaxation there is no place like home. The wedding gifts are a surprise to Harry and Ginny but a lot of people feel very thankful for all he has done. It is a small token of the esteem many hold for Harry, Ginny, Ron and Hermione. I can really appreciate how thankful the elves are with Harry's intervention on their part. The young elf couple he met at the ministry showed him a wrong that needed to be fixed. He told the right person and got results. I'm sure the elves are even more appreciative than Hermione is. Setting new wards around their home to keep people from walking in unanounced is really good. Yes, Grimald place was the head quarters for the order but now it is Harry and Ginny's home and should be respected as such. I love the way you weave their personal lives into making important changes in their world. Thank you so much for adding to your universe! I look forward to more of this story. pms

Abraxan replied:

Thank you for a lovely review!  Yes, I weave their personal lives into making important changes in their world, as you said, because whether they WANT to be or not, they're very important people in their world, Harry, in particular.  I wanted to show that he's learning how to use the influence he has to help those who are less fortunate in his world.  He has a kind and generous heart, bless him, and an humble one.  He never wanted any of the celebrity or honors that have come his way, but he's found a way to make his celebrity and honors useful to those in need, and that's a wonderful thing.

You only have one more chapter to look forward to!  I'm glad you're enjoying the story!  Thanks for writing!

Abraxan

Ltank687 posted a comment on Wednesday 9th July 2008 1:26pm for Chapter 35

Thank goodness. Finally back to England.

Don't get me wrong, I really love most of your stories, but for some reason, be-it the fluff in general, I can't seem to get through your chapters this story. Don't mean to be rude, but this novella isn't comparable, in my humble opinion, or your other works.

That being said, I look forward to what your story will bring, now that they are finally back in England.

~Nick

Abraxan replied:

This story is the denoument of the entire Refiners saga.  The wartime stories were full of action and adventure.  This is a "Harry learning to live in peacetime and deal with his PTSD" story, which will lead to "happily ever after" for him, as much as possible, anyway.  It was never intended to be an action/adventure, but more of a love story and with the "quieter" but still difficult conflict of Harry's PTSD and the fangirl problem.  Sorry it hasn't been to your taste, but this is where I intended to take the series all along - showing Harry learning to live in peace for the first time in his life.  If you know any soldiers who've been in combat, you may know that the adjustment from combat status to "relaxed at home" status is a difficult one to make.  After what Harry's been through in his life, I thought it was important to include this segment of his life.

Abraxan

jilumasam posted a comment on Wednesday 9th July 2008 12:27pm for Chapter 35

Another nice little chapter!!!

All those wedding presents...still I think the best one is the progress on the House Elves....

Lizzy :)

Abraxan replied:

Yup - I think that's the best one too!  Glad you liked it!

Abraxan

cheryse posted a comment on Wednesday 9th July 2008 5:25am for Chapter 35

I was wondering what Harry and Ginny were going to do for privacy. Everyone always seemed to just walk right into their house. Too bad about Dobby, but his slavery was only a technicality anyway. Great job and thank you for sharing. I've really been enjoying this series.

Abraxan replied:

People just coming by at odd times can be a real problem for young marrieds until their family and friends realize they're a young MARRIED couple and deserve their privacy!!  So I thought I'd touch on that problem just a bit with this chapter, to show Harry and Ginny are no different than a lot of other newlyweds in that regard!  Glad you liked it!  And yeah, Dobby's still a slave, but if he were free, he'd want to work for Harry, so he's happy with his life.  I'm glad you're enjoying my stories!   Thanks for writing!

Abraxan

Wonderbee31 posted a comment on Wednesday 9th July 2008 2:17am for Chapter 35

Fun part there, from the two of them deciding to go home early, to Hermione and Ron getting their own surprise and the letter from Ami, a fun part here, and going to be interesting to see the return of Ginny and Harry to Hogwarts.

Abraxan replied:

I hate to disappoint you, but this story ends with the next chapter, and that chapter doesn't take them back to Hogwarts.  Glad you enjoyed this chapter!

Abraxan