Cass Re: Draco—I will almost be disappointed if he stays evil and boring in canon, since so many of the adults have turned out to be more complicated than they seemed at first glance. Harry and Ben They're so much alike anyways! I feel repetitive saying this but I'll repeat it again: if you want access to the fics, please join this community : Once you have joined, the fics can be accessed via. Cliffhange First off, this story was too long. I don't regret reading it, it made me laugh and made the time go faster. Though she was known to have plagiarized from as early June 2001, the full extent of the plagiarism was not public knowledge until 2006. Net administrators were also informed but were told to keep quiet.
But on the other hand it wasn't terrible? Lay there across the garish hotel bedspread, breathing shallowly, wondering why on earth anyone should bother trying to write anything else after that. All you, crazy Draco fans, this part is heaven on Earth for all of us! I know it's not too well-written, sh I love this book. Pam: As far as that quote and strong, interesting characters go—I stopped that quote before it got to what, precisely, Narcissa did. It made several things clear to me about myself. Actually, I have a whole skeleton to pick with Cassandra Clare, but that sounds a little more excessive than is needed. But Hermione Granger still always retains a bit of Hermione Granger, no matter how garbled an interpretation of her is and let me tell you, although Clare had a lot of faults, I thought that her interpretations of the Harry Potter characters were, though not totally accurate, both compelling and interesting. Sometimes, the characters will be in dangerous situations and they'll start long and ultimately pointless discussions about love and desire and hope and fate and crap and.
I have been trying so hard to get my work out there. Very cool, but not nearly enough. Well, as depicted here he's sophisticated, snarky, fashion-conscious, strong, bright and sharp. She has her steampunk trilogy, which is also about Shadowhunters, but does not relate to the characters in The Mortal Instruments series. As an adventure story it's good, and as romantic comedy it works too. But as we all know, a good book relies on much more than plot and premise, and unfortunately, the characters were straight out of The Draco Trilogy.
Among the secondary characters, I was surprised by how wise Sirius was. But back then, I only had an inkling that Clare had done something wrong, and at that time, I was inclined to believe fandom was wrong, lashing out at someone who had done great things since her time in Harry Potter land because they were jealous. When I found out about her Harry Potter fanfiction I was excited, and I searched it up to find out more about it. I care that she tried to swipe the whole thing other the table when she became a published author. As of today this community will be friends only.
However, if you are the type of a person who takes offense easily, please do not read forward. Nevertheless after reading it I got the feeling, that the first book was just written to set the setting of the following ones that's only a guess, since I haven't read them yet. Pdf files of the three parts of the Draco Trilogy with pictures! It's a pen name; she can do that. Because I could definitely write something like this. I am a lesbian and a slash fan, and have been consciously aware of both these impulses in my sexuality for about the same length of time nearly 20 years, by now. It was very influential in the early days of the fandom, but became controversial when it was found that parts of it were plagiarized. A clear victim of this is Ron, but at least I liked that there was no Ron bashing.
As far as specific characters. I'm reading her fanfiction, after all, not marrying her. Also, the storyline seems unbeliavable to me and almost nothing is coherent with the real Harry Potter world. Well, what can I say. Anything else belong to who ever owns it. Amazingly, she has been accused of being a. However, this is absolutely ridiculous — not what you wrote, but what Cassandra has been doing.
Clary Fray just wishes that her life would go back to normal. The women draw closer; they have two lines of dialogue. It was very influential in the early days of the fandom, but became controversial when it was found that parts of it were plagiarized. I have two main disappoints with this novel apart from the editing business : 1 The dialogue. Roughly a week after the last e-mail had been sent to Claire, FanFiction.
In 2007, the author, under the name Cassandra Clare, became published with her Mortal Instruments series, at which point she deleted The Draco Trilogy from FictionAlley. The price of having this fine romantic comedy is placing Draco, Harry and Hermione in the spotlight and leaving little room for other characters. Once The Mortal Instruments series was over or, at least, I thought it was , I felt that perhaps Clare might be able to leave her old writing behind and embark on something brand new. The Full Story In mid-June 2001, a user named Avocado e-mailed Cairnsy, an administrator at FanFiction. In the Harry Potter books, Draco is a wimpy whinny spoil rich kid who you do not like or hate just feel sorry for, in this book he is still the rich kid but he has character and is quite funny and you can like and hate him. These members ranged from established, trusted members whose accusations were met with more weight and people who just noticed a thing or two and attributed them, loosely, finely, or falsely to other works.
I admit I devoured the book. It was very influential in the early days of the fandom, but became controversial when it was found that parts of it were plagiarized. There were times when I got quite bored and the story sometimes just went on and on, with nothing much actually happening. Time to breath in, breathe out and move on. He's still the Chosen One, The Boy Who Lived, though.