Invisible to See

Invisible to See Harry Potter FanficDraco Malfoy Harry PotterInvisible to See is a novel set in JK Rowling s Harry Potter universe exploring one possible future for some of the key characters It was begun in November

  • Title: Invisible to See
  • Author: FayJay
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 445
  • Format: ebook
  • Harry Potter FanficDraco Malfoy Harry PotterInvisible to See is a novel set in JK Rowling s Harry Potter universe, exploring one possible future for some of the key characters It was begun in November of 2002 and completed in December of 2003 as such the story was conceived without benefit of The Order of the Phoenix, and cleaves only to prior canon.It is a swashbucklingHarry Potter FanficDraco Malfoy Harry PotterInvisible to See is a novel set in JK Rowling s Harry Potter universe, exploring one possible future for some of the key characters It was begun in November of 2002 and completed in December of 2003 as such the story was conceived without benefit of The Order of the Phoenix, and cleaves only to prior canon.It is a swashbuckling tale of love, friendship, romance, redemption and vengeance, and of the messy business of coming to terms with the differences between who you are and who other people want you to be Or, in other word, growing up It is very, very, very loosely inspired by Pride and Prejudice, among other things.Word count 94,963 complete

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    1. A little less than 4 stars, probably more like 3.75.I'll never be able to overcome my sudden addiction to HP fanfiction if I keep stumbling over such intriguing and excellent works. This was great. The characterisation is brilliant and believable. I loved the author's way of writing, her way with words.And Draco is his utmost arrogant, snarky self and with his usual eloquent and skillful way with words -- not that he makes use of said skill in any nice or charming manner, mind you -- he's on top [...]

    2. 3.5 stars I wasn't sure how a Harry and Draco fan-fic would work out, but I ended up really liking it. They did a good job with the mystery plot, and the writing and descriptions fit with the way these books are usually written. And they did a good job of keeping Draco's character consistent yet still with a believable change-of-heart. I did skim some of the longer unrelated descriptions and things, but I really only care about the specifics and the sexy times and the UST. My one complaint is th [...]

    3. I really wish I had enjoyed this more. The premise was so great, even the plot was good. But it was the characterizations that lost me. Hermione would never be homophobic. Harry was not a callous bumbling idiot. Even Ron was never outrageously cruel. I did enjoy Draco for the most part, some of his snark was OOC but it was fine. Loved Neville. The JFF aspect was obvious, and so I couldn't enjoy any of the scenes with Draco. Alsoo much JFF/Draco went on too long. Even the JFF/Harry scene was anno [...]

    4. Cute and lots of fun. An AU type of story, where Draco escapes from his father and Voldy, comes back to school, but lives under a cloud of suspicion. His friends won't talk to him, his enemies won't talk to him, but he manages to form an odd, cute friendship with Neville, and a sexual relationship of sorts with a Hufflepuff that I never trusted for a second.Harry is also quite suspicious at first, but he sees things that make him believe Draco is innocent of the odd goings on at Hogwarts, and ev [...]

    5. Well it was no Student Prince, but Damn it was fluffy. I came late to whole Darry ship. I must say it was never my think, but the fluffy fanart eventually won me over. My favourite thing about this fanfic was Justin Finch Fletchey, you absolute pervert/stud. Who knew or imaged.

    6. Meh.As much as I like this author (for example all of her works from "SPN" fandom), this fic was a total miss for me. Is that even possible!?In theory, I know it was well written, quite funny and, in some places, pretty enjoyable, but when it comes to my very personal impression, I was dissapointed. Seriously.The beggining was very promising, but the continuation not so much. The whole story seemed to be chaotic, characters were acting ridiculous/weird and I still have no idea what was the point [...]

    7. This was quite a weird book. The author seemed most interested in Justin Finch-Fletchley, second-most in Draco (who turned much too nice) and only incidentally in Harry Liked the Student Prince much better, tho that's a bit of an unfair comparison cos the Student Prince is AMAZING. Still, this comes off as an earlier, less skilled and interesting work.

    8. I should have anticipated, from having read The Student Prince, that FayJay wouldn't let the boys be together and happy for much of this story. I didn't, though, and therefore was disappointed that Draco spent like 90% of the story with someone else.Still a fascinating fic. Some Favorite Quotes:"I've seen the light, haven't I? The scales have fallen from my eyes, and all that cliched rubbish. I'm taking a stand for truth, justice, bunny rabbits and baby Muggles. The prodigal returned. Bring out [...]

    9. Four stars for me. Justin is what I had a problem with. His relationship with Draco seemed on firmer ground than one with Harry. So it's demise was especially painful for Draco. And Harry's fascination with Draco seemed one sided. He seemed more invested as Draco was all caught up in Justin. I would have loved the book to be longer to fully develop Drac's feeling for Harry as he got over Justin.

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