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Review #1, by amzamzamz Resolute Followers

17th September 2016:
I'm loving it so far ♡ I love your idea of a new prophecy. :)

Author's Response: Than you so much! I'm really glad you like the idea. I hope you enjoy the rest of the story! Thanks for reviewing!

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Review #2, by Arella Seize

14th September 2016:
Hi there!

I think the first chapter is really great and thought out.

I also found it on another site called HEXRPG. Out of curiosity, did you also post it there too?

Author's Response: Oh my gosh.No, indeed, I did not publish it there. That is not me. Thank you so much for notifying me. I will take care of it.

But thank you so much for stopping by and informing me! I really, really, really appreciate it. I am also glad you enjoyed the story. :)

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Review #3, by amzamzamz Just a One Time Thing

12th September 2016:
I'm glad I came upon your story, because I was reading a Dramione fic but found that I wanted to read action/advencture. + I love your writing style. :)

Author's Response: Hi there! Thank you! I'm glad you came across it too. :) Thanks so much for reviewing. I'm happy to hear you like my style. I hope you enjoy the story! :)

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Review #4, by Kaylee Epilogue: The Revival

23rd August 2016:
Hey there! I've been reading new gen fic after reading The Cursed Child. I've just binged is story in the past two days, and I really have to complement you on your well developed characters and plot. Your story did exactly what a story of the New Generation should do. You took creative liberty in aspects of the characters, but the story really fell in place with the world of Harry Potter.

Time for me to move on to the sequel!

Author's Response: Hi there! Thank you so much! That means a lot to me. I'm so glad you enjoyed it. I had the same urge after I finished reading Cursed Child, too. :)

Thank you for your kind words! I'm glad you felt the characters were well-developed; that was something I really tried to achieve, so thank you for that!

I hope you enjoy the sequel! I'm hoping to pick it back up again soon after I finish revising this story. :)

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Review #5, by Rose Epilogue: The Revival

28th July 2016:
omg i honestly thought that Ginny somehow died for James.
I will definitely read the sequel.!!
and again u are AMAZING!!!

Author's Response: Nope, that's not what happened but it's a clever idea! :) I hope you like where I ended up going with it, and I hope you enjoy the rest of the story! Thanks so much for the review! :)

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Review #6, by Rose In Too Deep

27th July 2016:
AMAZING chapter! And story!
Poor Al! And poor James! wow just wow!
Personally if I was the bad guy though I would have targeted lily instead but that's just my opinion!

Author's Response: Thank you so much!! Your words are too kind. Thanks so much for the review! I hope you enjoy the rest of the story. :)

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Review #7, by Athena Epilogue: The Revival

14th July 2016:
Amazing story!!! I love it!!!

Author's Response: Thank you so much, Athena!! I'm so glad you liked it. I hope to see you back for the sequel. :) Thanks for the review!

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Review #8, by Brin Prince Epilogue: The Revival

22nd November 2015:
Amazing story, plot and everything (i had started reading this a long time ago, but i guess i had lost interest (im not a big romance fan) oh but i regret ever doing that, thankfully i managed to come back after so many years... loved it and will be reading the sequel!

Author's Response: Thank you so much!! Your review is so kind! I'm so glad you came back after years. That is so impressive. That's dedication!! I hope you enjoy the sequel just as much. I think it's safe to say there's less romance. ;) I tend to get a little carried away with romance once I set down a course. :)

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Review #9, by simply_unbalanced Epileptic

10th June 2015:
Actually when someone has a seizure you do not put anythin in their mouth because they cannot swallow or choke on their tongue. They also shouldn't drink anything directly after a seizure. I know this is factual because I know someone who professionally worked with people with epilepsy and I also double-checked it on a doctor website.

Author's Response: Thanks for that! I know the research on this has changed some. I recently revised the story for medical accuracy. Thanks for the review, and I hope you enjoy the story!

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Review #10, by Annie Epilogue: The Revival

3rd September 2014:

This story was actually terrifying. I couldn't bring myself to stop reading. I had goosebumps the whole way through. This story excels at not focusing on romance, like so many stories do but focusing on the threats that would still surround Harry and his family, and the twist at the end? Perfect. Not many writers could get away with something so daring and innovative but you have taken the idea and run with it! Well done! I will be reading the sequel shortly!

Author's Response: Thank you so much, Annie!! That is so kind. I thought I got a little carried away with the romance in the middle, so it is encouraging to hear you say otherwise! I hope you enjoy the sequel!

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Review #11, by GhostlyCheese Like Father, Like Son

3rd July 2014:
I love the way you've structured everything so far, but when it came down to how James survived the killing curse, I couldn't help but feel confused. The creation of a horcrux occurs during the act of killing, which I understand that James did. However, in the process of forming a horcrux, James would have needed to split his own soul and allow his soul to attach onto something. For this reason, I'm not quite sure that Parker surviving makes sense, because in order to allow the soul to be split in the creation of a horcrux, one must kill. Therefore, wouldn't Parker already have been dead in order for the horcrux to be created? Furthermore, would it not have been a piece of James' soul that resides in Parker and not vice versa?

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Review #12, by lily Wizengamot

20th April 2014:
I think this was the best chapter yet! The twist ending was so unexpected (or maybe I'm just thick).
can't wait to read what happens next!!!

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Review #13, by naughtymango Freak of Nature

4th February 2014:
Its great, love the story line

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Review #14, by TheNamelessBoy Epilogue: The Revival

13th September 2013:
Aside from the vast deviations from the original books-
the Imperious curse was GROSSLY misrepresented and Stupefy does not fling people backwards, it knocks them out! (+ some more, mostly concerning magic)
-this was a nice story. Good job.

P.S.-Most authors deviate but not so much (mostly).

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Review #15, by eyes like lily Epilogue: The Revival

5th February 2013:
aah!!! this was an amazing story! I couldn't stop reading it. You have a really good writing style and portray action very well. I was especially impressed that you started over to make it canon, and it was, for the most part. There was just one minor mistake. James would not have stayed alive if he was a horcrux, but only if someone sacrificed their life for him and protected him with love. This was the reason Harry had been able to survive the Killing Curse, because Lily had died trying to save him. This was why Voldemort could not touch him until the fourth book, when he was revived using Harry's blood and therefore also had Lily's protection. Harry became a horcrux because he was alive; he didn't stay alive because he was a horcrux. When Voldemort attempted to kill Harry, Lily's love acted as a shield and so the curse rebounded.The one seventh fragment of Voldemort's soul that was in his body was blasted away and latched onto Harry, who was the only living being in vicinity. So James could have only stayed alive had he had someone to sacrifice themselves for him. Other than that though, it was absolutely amazing, it is definitely one of my favorites, if not favorite story yet. I look forward to reading the sequel!!

Author's Response: I understand that, and thanks for pointing that out for me, but in this story I did my best to approach this at a different route. I was using my imagination, and it's my belief that JKR only wrote one way that this could happen. Who is to say that it couldn't have happened another?

While you do point some things out, you are correct in all aspects, and I know that. I understand how it all worked. I'm just approaching things differently and. James was never dead. That's emphasized, and the key factor that led to making a horcrux has to deal with his brother that will be explained at a later date in the sequel. I know there has to be a sacrifice. And there was. That will be talked about in the sequel where hopefully I can provide some answers that satisfy you. But even if people don't see the possibility I do, then that's okay with me because I'm using my imagination and being creative!

I hope you can understand and bare with me as I experiment with this. I appreciate your worry, and thanks for taking the time to share this with me.

Thanks for the review, and I hope you enjoy the sequel. Hope to hear from you again!

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Review #16, by kirstenalanna Epileptic

31st December 2012:
Bah. I don't really like Harry's portrayal of a father. I'd suspect he'd be so much more involved with his kids because of his childhood. I dunno, and Ginny seems to be kind of absentee as well.

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Review #17, by kirstenalanna Seize

31st December 2012:
I really enjoy your characterizations. They seem spot on to me and I like how you've made Albus out to be the more popular of the brothers. Most fics have them in reverse.

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Review #18, by Loony_Scorpy Epilogue: The Revival

14th October 2012:
Oh no! Of course it wasn't going to be that easy, I should have known. That was a brilliant stroke of genius to put the horcrux in there!

I have thoroughly enjoyed this story and I think you are a really talented writer. I was kept on my toes throughout the entire story and there wasn't any stage where I accurately predicted what was going to happen through all of the plot twists and turns. Definitely one of the most original stories I've read on here :) I also like how you did incorporate some romance but it didn't suffocate the story and seemed to enhance it more than anything.

I have to admit I'm actually kind of glad I got a few chapters behind, because it meant I got to read on straight away from the cliffhanger ;) Although I am sorry I didn't manage to keep up! I just had a look and noticed that you've already posted three chapters of the sequel! But unfortunately I don't have time to read them tonight but that's next on my reading list!

I'm looking forward to reading the sequel and congratulations on finishing the story! That's a long time to have worked on it, and you can definitely see that the time has paid off, as you have produced an amazing story :)

Ooh and thank you for including me in your author's note! I feel so privileged :3 But it was entirely my pleasure to be reading this :)

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Review #19, by adluvshp Epilogue: The Revival

6th August 2012:
(I don't know why the archives won't let me log in to my account but AD is here with your review)

OMG you included me in your author's note, thank you! I am honoured that you are fond of my reviews =)

This was a BRILLIANT story. I really don't have much to say anymore. I mean, I loved every single chapter, every single paragraph, every single sentence, every single word of this story. You wrote your characters, and I lived their story. You crafted the scenes, and I went through those scenes. You wove your story, and I felt it all happen. Your writing is just that powerful and effective. I was really very attached to this story, and I was literally drawn into it the entire time I was reading it. You wrote some amazing chapters, created some superb characters, and invented a mindblowing story. Your plot, your scenes, your pace, your flow - everything was just perfect. The entire thing just had the right amount of romance, drama, suspense, thrill, and fun. I really really loved it. And I am going to miss this story a lot. I am so happy you're writing a sequel, which I am sure will be as awesome as this story, and I just can't wait to read it. You can count me in as your faithful reader and reviewer for the sequel too. Do put it up soon!!

As far as this chapter is concerned, I loved this chapter exceptionally, the way you did three different point of views and made it all the more interesting. I am pretty sure it was Parker who is alive (and whose horcrux perhaps resides in James) and I am so excited to see how the sequel unfolds. You have me in suspense and excitement as always.

Superb superb superb job!! I would give you a Infinity/10 if I could! I really enjoyed this story, and I am really looking forward to the sequel!

Keep writing!!


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Review #20, by Sweds Epilogue: The Revival

5th August 2012:
I just wanted to comment here to thank you so much for this beautiful story. I normally dont read stories that follow the next generation, but this one, i'm glad I didn't miss out on. Your stories have always been much appreciated and this one was so creative and inventive, you had me on my toes from chapter one. I've been following this story for quite a while now, so it's kind of sad to see it come to an end. I will miss your version of James and Albus, and even Harry who isn't always written very well here on this site ;) Keep on being a great storyteller and inspire us with your unique tales! love, from Sweds

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Review #21, by talltwin18 Epilogue: The Revival

4th August 2012:
This is brilliant, such a great and original idea for a story. I have never read anything like it and can't wait for the sequel!!!

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Review #22, by Derex Epilogue: The Revival

4th August 2012:
Great! Absolutely amazing ending. I can't wait for the sequel.

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Review #23, by SunSation Gal 07 Epilogue: The Revival

4th August 2012:
Oh...snap. And crud. Cruddy, crud, crud! Like Voldy and Harry, now James and Parker are connected. Uh-oh. And I can understand why Harry hid the scar, but I got a feeling that will come back and bite him in the rear.

Oh, and thanks for the shout out. ;)

see you at the sequel!

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Review #24, by parashar_harry Like Father, Like Son

1st August 2012:
awesome awesome awesome
i am ur one of the silent reader but this chapter made me to write review once agn after many chapters. i had a feeling that james will survive somehow and when his ghost didn't appear my doubt became strong and finally he is alive ..but who made the sacrifice, i hve a strong feeling that some one has used timeturner here ( as u r master writer in using it )...any way may be i will be wrong but i am waiting desperately for next chapter.

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Review #25, by adluvshp Like Father, Like Son

28th July 2012:
Wow! Just Wow!

And now I know what missing link you were talking about! James didn't appear out of Priori Incantem! Of course he wasn't dead. But OMG who made what sacrifice... really! This is so excitinga and suspenseful. and oh, I am glad Norah and Al sorted things out xD

Eagerly waiting for the next chapter!


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