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Review of chapter "Chapter Three" from jupitersdaughter
Simply awesome!
Review By [jupitersdaughter] • Date [22 Jul 11] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter Three" from VillageOrchid
Good thought choices. I half expected Sirius to decide to see if he could be found and adopted by one of the older Weasely children to be *their* familiars when in school. Kreacher - before he goes insane with lonely boredom is a good choice.
Review By [VillageOrchid] • Date [22 Jul 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter Three" from MegKF
I'm really enjoying this story. ^_^

I'm wondering if Sirius went to that point (on the ferry) because that's when it differed from the original time line or if there might be even more changes from events before then...
Review By [MegKF] • Date [22 Jul 11] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter Three" from feynstrom
At this point in time not only is his mother still alive (and probably residing in Grimmauld Place) but so are both his grandfathers as well as various other Blacks.
And for all his Dark-loving family knows Sirius was caught in the service of Voldemort. Gaining support shouldn't be too hard.
Review By [feynstrom] • Date [22 Jul 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter Three" from AllenPitt
Of course, with Sirius' luck, this is an alternate timeline where Sirius really did become a Death Eater... but anyway, yes, Kreacher and his magically hidden house at Grimmauld Place is where he should go--nice bed to sleep in, food, clothes, all that. Lie low, get Kreacher to get latest issues of the Daily Prophet, gather info. Can he have Kreacher get him gold out of his own vault?
Things will change--if Peter thinks Sirius is still on the loose, he might not risk going to the Weasleys ...
Beyond that I suppose he could kidnap young HP & raise him himself... though that would touch off an even bigger manhunt, plus he might not be able to get through the blood wards..?
* I suppose it's past the point in time when the Longbottoms got crucio'd into insanity? Too late to prevent that?
Review By [AllenPitt] • Date [22 Jul 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter Three" from ianquest
An interesting approach. I find myself wondering, though; if Sirius doesn't know when Pettigrew arrives at the Weasley's home, then maybe he'll have the brilliant idea to get adopted as the family pet himself, and lie in wait? :)

Of course there's the problem that Peter would recognise him as he approached the place, but Sirius is a wizard; that piece of common sense probably wouldn't occur to him until later...
Review By [ianquest] • Date [22 Jul 11] • Rating [8 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter Three" from ChaosLady
Great update! I'm glad Sirius didn't go with the foolish suggestion at the end of the last chapter. But I can't help but wonder what he plans to do now? Can't wait til the next update!
Review By [ChaosLady] • Date [22 Jul 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter Three" from trongod
OK, he's remembered Kreature, who is undoubtedly happy that a Pureblood Black has returned to the old family traditions of betrayal, murder, and mayhem, as evidenced by Sirius being hauled off to Azkaban - something even heard at #12 Grimmauld Place, no doubt. So, an ally - slightly (OK, totally bugeyed ) insane that will hardly be noticed by the wizarding world at large, being merely a House Elf and all...

Hopefully Sirius remembers a certain green eyed Godson the M.O.B. and his co conspirators in Child Abuse, Reckless Endangerment of a Minor, Abandonment of said Minor (leaving him on a doorstep over night - a November night in England, no less), Kidnapping, , and whatever wizarding laws Dumbledore & Co. broke in their actions that night and the following days when certain wills were sealed and ignored...

He better remember, or he's no different than the brain dead as*hole who preferred revenge over his duty to his "brother in all but blood", his dead sister/friend, and the boy he SUPPOSEDLY loved as his own...

Why, yes, I do have issues with him running off and leaving his godson with a man he has known for literally years to be easily fooled, not very bright, and easily distracted when he tells him that he's taking Harry to Dumbledore - not Madame Pomphrey or any other trusted Healer as SHOULD be done after such a devastating night... Or not contacting Remus, to share the news of the betrayer and initiate a hunt with him and other allies.
Review By [trongod] • Date [22 Jul 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter Three" from jimk
Now after you've pointed it out it seems completely obvious! Sirius got screwed over worse than any other character and he fell through the veil which is the obvious device for sending him back. Like I said, completely obvious except that there are very few Sirius repeats out there compared to all the others.
Review By [jimk] • Date [22 Jul 11] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter Two" from phouka
Very interesting. So, the Veil becomes an object lesson in the Law of Unintended Consequences, creating a universe where insane/evil wizards sentenced to death just pop into being in another time/place. Very like the Chinese curse.

I'm curious where you'll be taking this. Does Sirius have the opportunity to set *something* right? Or is he driven off by the fact that his friends are dead and everyone believes he's responsible? Will there be a crossover? Isn't Giles still in his Ripper stage about now? Not to mention the Calderash clan roaming about.
Comments from author:
It'll be a straight Harry Potter story, with no crossovers.
Review By [phouka] • Date [18 Jul 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from Sherza
Oooooooh. Me likey. I'm with one of your other reviewers ... screw the Durselys, snatch Harry, and head for the Americas, or Australia, or something. To heck with trying his luck with the Veil again. Peter can wait. Sirius knows right where he's at, and frankly, Harry's more important than catching the rat.
Review By [Sherza] • Date [17 Jul 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter Two" from Vianca
A Maurader that has traveled back in time???
Ooo, that spells trouble in terms of the biggest prank ever pulled.

Wonder how Vernon would like it to stick it to the wizarding world in general by helping Serius with it?
Afteral, the protective spells on privite(?)-drive are such that Harry has to stay under the same roof, several houses onder one roof are quite common.

Now how to get a certain Werewolf to notice a certain rat, in the right way.
Heh, maybe Snape could help with that rat as well.
To bad he doesn't know were the Mauraders map was all that time, right?
But would Serius know how to recreate it, on a bigger scale?
Also, how would he get all Harry's stuff back?

Hey, Serius would know of the Grangers thanks to Hermione(?), so a visit might be in order to them as well.
Do wonder how much worse the twins would be this time around.
Keep in mind that potions ain't really magic and more in the trent of cooking.

ps: Why didn't the twins notice a certain rat it's true name?
It should have made the curius, please think-up a good expenation for that.
Weter they know or not (possibly mind-wipe option), it's up to you.
Remeber that madam(? she's female, but a lady......) Weasley was a bit weird in the beginning of book/movie-one, before entering the entrence to platform 9-3/4.
Almost as if she know about Harry and was trying to set him up with close bounds to the Weasleys.
Dumbeldore is acting also as weird.

Then there is the profitie, it doesn't make sence with the book ending, "power Voldermort does not know".
This is subposed to be what?"
Killing him when he kills Harry, at the same time?
Thus self-sacrifice(?)?

There is also the fact that you could say that Harmione is Rowling, after surfiving book-seven, if your scaptieble(?).
Anyway, keep it up and till the next time.
Review By [Vianca] • Date [17 Jul 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter Two" from VillageOrchid
If what happened to him was a fluke. How can he be so sure it would work a second time. What if this is his one and only second chance? Hopefully some research to be sure is in store. It would be a miracle if he could go back 15 more years or half that, but would an immature mind of an 8 year old (or younger) really be able to hold on to his future memories as being real. If he could be sure that the next time through the veil would be half that - 7 and a half years... maybe.
Review By [VillageOrchid] • Date [16 Jul 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter One" from VillageOrchid
I guess it depends what he remembers. If after a full night's sleep he remembers the other timeline, and Sirius Black has been presumed drowned he has to decide if he is going to hire a lawyer to provide him a trial under vertiaserum to prove his innocence... and thus be able to adopt Harry.
Review By [VillageOrchid] • Date [16 Jul 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter Two" from AllenPitt
How typical. He gets a 2nd chance, and now wants to use it to get a 3rd chance -one more trip through the Veil; without knowing whether it would do that or something else, or kill him this time, etc.
Comments from author:
It was his sanity just being sarcastic.
Review By [AllenPitt] • Date [16 Jul 11] • Not Rated
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