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cliviussum posted a comment on Thursday 8th April 2010 6:59am

I must admit that I was a little apprehensive when I read your blurb for this story; I wasn't sure just how characters from an American Vampire hunting series would meld together with the HP universe. Especially when the Addams family was used as a catalyst. However, I find that it makes for very interesting reading; it is a pleasant change from the usual HP stuff seeing all of the aggravation from a third-party viewpoint. Your Scholastic Grimoire is a masterpiece and - if one thinks about it - a logical answer to the problem of the marauders as seen from their victims - or at least the victims' champions.
I liked the interaction with Addams family and the way Narcissa feels about Lucius' effect on Draco. Her observation regarding Draco's character was very enlightening as was 'Xander's revelations regarding the attitudes of the way the houses are seen at Hogwarts.
So now that 'Xander and Wednesday have returned to the US, will they return to Hogwarts or attend Salem...? Presumably you have either option covered and no doubt your story will be the richer as a result.
I will watch out for Book Two.
Tibi grates ago fabellae, ave atque vale, Clivius

Zaz posted a comment on Thursday 8th April 2010 3:18am

Tenhawk?!? Awesome!!
*dances a little dance*

Orion posted a comment on Thursday 8th April 2010 1:28am

Great! I've been following this as you post chapters on your group since day one, but don't think that I've re-read this until now.

Thanks for writing, and thanks for sharing with us.

Jonathan Langford posted a comment on Thursday 8th April 2010 12:20am

I like. This will be fun to watch.

haylared posted a comment on Wednesday 7th April 2010 11:35pm

Yay! A wonderful new author with creativity and a real sense of plot. I really enjoy your work, and look forward to reading more.

fx posted a comment on Wednesday 7th April 2010 10:30pm

Nice to see you here. Welcome!

Stroth posted a comment on Wednesday 7th April 2010 10:03pm

Huzzah! A wonderful author and a wonderful story added to this grand site.