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Name: Nameless reviewed The Fairytale Hunter on Jun 24, 2008 04:34 pm
Name: Flipinpenname reviewed The Fairytale Hunter on Apr 05, 2008 01:11 pm
haha. i like it. it's funny.
Name: Muted Melody reviewed The Fairytale Hunter on Jun 18, 2007 04:32 pm
Rofl. This story is incredibly hilarious; I love it! The bit with the tights & everything is just amazing. Great job! :D
Name: seegrim reviewed The Fairytale Hunter on May 21, 2007 06:31 pm
Well, that was one of the most original D&G fics I've ever read, BA.  What a hoot.  Brussels sprout green, eh?  And the And they lived happily ever fucking after…?  What that FW's suggestion, or are you just really like-minded?

Author's Response: Haha, nah, this whole thing was a farce - a mockery of FW's potty-mouthed Draco. Who I do love! but in RL, I *never* curse so it ws fun letting Draco just go off on it.rnrnHmm, which may be true with FW too! Perhaps we are like-minded. :)
Name: Ruler_of_the_World reviewed The Fairytale Hunter on May 18, 2007 12:53 pm
Hahaha. That was funny, but not in the obvious way. It was more subtle, Draco Malfoy funny. Very good.

Author's Response: Thanks for reviewing Ruler! I appreicate it!
Name: Ananyamous reviewed The Fairytale Hunter on May 16, 2007 12:47 pm
Awww. I was a bit confused at the beginning, but it was such a cute story. "She was too short for him to have dated." lol

Author's Response: Thanks for reviewing! I'm glad you enjoyed it.
Name: wishbear reviewed The Fairytale Hunter on May 16, 2007 10:08 am
ok, just because a story is fluffy, does NOT mean it needs no plot line. don't get me wrong, it was cute enough, but i was more of an introduction then anything else. plots are good, even in fluff.
Name: Flyingwithdragons reviewed The Fairytale Hunter on Mar 10, 2007 11:46 am
Love it. You should really consider writing humour more often.
Name: LimnHere reviewed The Fairytale Hunter on Feb 24, 2007 11:55 am
As I was writing my essay on Disney Princesses, I thought of this fan fic so I came to read it. It was worth it! I'm a bit confused, is Ginny...dead?
Name: redonthefly reviewed The Fairytale Hunter on Feb 07, 2007 07:09 pm
Ah ha! Fantastic ending.
(or rather, a fucking fantastic one, in Draco-speak)
Name: redonthefly reviewed The Fairytale Hunter on Feb 07, 2007 06:57 pm
Okay, I've only read the first couple of paragraphs and I'm already laughing so loud my roommate has checked on me twice.

I'm going to go finish reading now.

Expect further raving reviews. :D
Name: pingpong0601 reviewed The Fairytale Hunter on Jan 19, 2007 01:15 pm
Ha ha! This was soooo f***ing weird! (But in a good way). You've got to write more humorous fics cause this was just fab!
Name: jandjsalmon reviewed The Fairytale Hunter on Jan 19, 2007 12:23 pm
Incredibly cute! I loved it. Draco was the perfect bit of cursing snarkiness that I adore. Sofia beating up a fellow student was brilliant... and *** I jsut can't tell you how wonderful it was. You most certainly didn't have to dedicate it to us -- but I'm uber-excited that you did! *fangirly squee* ;) Thanks for a fantastic read! *smooches you*
Name: Katrina_M reviewed The Fairytale Hunter on Jan 18, 2007 12:06 pm
mm it was cute for sure but i really didnt like how there was a girl who was just like ginny in he end.. enless it was ginny and ginny was not his first wife who died.. idk.. but i didnt really like that part at all.. but the idea was uber cute!
Name: Marcia reviewed The Fairytale Hunter on Jan 16, 2007 10:10 pm
Thank you so very very much for writing us a story. I loved it, so funny, so snarky, so smart! No one's ever written me a story before, I am honored speechless. And you were a pleasure to beta for and no thanks were actually necessary!!
Name: Pipperstorms reviewed The Fairytale Hunter on Jan 16, 2007 05:48 pm
I am very confused by this story. I liked it, but I can't understand who Sophia's mother was. Oh well. ^_^

Author's Response: Oh, I'm sorry. I think the freckles threw everyone off but Sophia's mother is NOT Ginny. The girl that Draco runs into at the ned is Ginny. Poor Sophia's mother is not anyone at all.
Name: fallenwitch reviewed The Fairytale Hunter on Jan 16, 2007 05:07 pm
OMG, that was so freaking hysterical that I after I snorted diet coke all over my new laptop, I fell over laughing and passed out from a lack of oxygen, which certain people could argue was my problem all along. Excuse me - but Fairytale Hunter vs. Fairyman? And a "fucking ponce" vs a "fucking fairy"? Yodelling with associated PTSD style nightmares of yodelling? Brussels sprout green tights? Fuckity Fuck? "And they lived happily ever fucking after…"

But the daughter named Sophia - now that was interesting!

But underneath all that Black Alnair window dressing was a sublime and original plotline. Draco, an Errant Knight working for the Ministry, gallantly swoops in to various made-for Muggle fairytales to rescue the princess and save the day when the "real prince" is too much of a "wimp". In your story Draco is a real hero b/c he is helping to prevent the magical world from being discovered by Muggles. BTW, your reference to JKR was clever. Your whole concoction was genius. Genius!

Yep, that was one masterful satire of a certain author's writing style - the snark, the profanity, the crass humour and the edgy crawling into Draco's head POV. Who the hell could that be? Don't know, but I'm downloading this puppy to my hard drive right now b/c whoever it is would have to be nuts not to be flattered to death by such a wonderful, wonderful fic! So, thank you! I LOVED it! *still laughing*

Author's Response: Plotline? What plotline? *smiles*rnrnAgain, a wonderful review - I couldn't have expected any less. It was fun *being* you - or at least, trying to think like you for this work. But geez, it's exhausting to be in your head!
Name: CCC reviewed The Fairytale Hunter on Jan 16, 2007 12:46 pm
I want more. I know you said it was over, and I know it is annoying when people whine about oneshots, but I am doing it anyway. Write more *makes doe eyes* please?

Author's Response: Haha - it made me happy that you referenced the story to make your plea! It's very much appreciated! Unfortunately - this is only humorous work I have or will plan to do. I leave that to your more capable hands!
Name: reena01 reviewed The Fairytale Hunter on Jan 16, 2007 07:09 am
this was pretty da** cute:)

Author's Response: Haha, thanks. And you know what? I practically never curse in real life!
Name: Madame Puddifoot reviewed The Fairytale Hunter on Jan 16, 2007 04:25 am
A little bit of crack plus some well written humor makes one really good fic. I absolutely loved it. Draco yodeling is something that I never really thought about, but now it's kind of stuck in my head.

By now, you've probably heard about Rainpuddle's DG Fic Contest (did you enter last year?). I'm still thinking out plot bunnies but if you do end up entering I wish you the best of luck!!!

Author's Response: Thanks so much Vicky! I'm glad you liked it so much. I *love* being fangirled.
Name: Angelsea585 reviewed The Fairytale Hunter on Jan 16, 2007 03:11 am
I am absolutely honoured beyond words that I get to be the first to review this, that my prompt prompted (heh) a one-line sequel, and that have the very great privilege to read what is one of, if not THE best fic I've ever read. Thank you.

Author's Response: I'm glad you liked it so much! Thank you for reviewing! Your prompt was brillant by the way! I loved it!!
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