Start your review of Draco Veritas Draco Trilogy, 3 Write a review May 12, Eeva rated it really liked it Well that was super long but excting journey. My little fangirl heart is now satified. Time to breath in, breathe out and move on. Who am I kidding? Ok, Eeva, snap out of it! Stop daydreaming and do your review!
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Start your review of Draco Veritas Draco Trilogy, 3 Write a review May 12, Eeva rated it really liked it Well that was super long but excting journey. My little fangirl heart is now satified. Time to breath in, breathe out and move on. Who am I kidding? Ok, Eeva, snap out of it!
Stop daydreaming and do your review! Ok, so, as I said, reading it takes forever. I am, and I consider reading this fanfic trilogy the best idea I had this year. So far, I mean. I know, right? I was satisfied how HP books ended. But if I could change one thing I did, but not in a very satyfing way. Oh, well Come on! Yeah, you get my drift. It was too weird to look past that, even though fanfic Blaise is pretty cool. Besides that it was so cool to see al my beloved characters alive and breathing.
From my previous review you know that Sirius is alive, but in this part we get to know that Alastor Moody is as well. All you, crazy Draco fans, this part is heaven on Earth for all of us! All of you, I meant to say! Yeah, I know that book Draco is just an asshole. But this Draco. Harry is more or less the same, just full of teenage angst. I have not seen such an angsty teenager with hero complex since Hermione is still super cute know-it-all, determined to help her friends in defeating Dark Lord or Dark Lords, to be exact.
Plot is much more interesting that in "Draco Sinister" but it drags on and on and on even more. Talking about funny! This fanfic is hilarious! You want example? Ring any bells? That kind of ending gave me the sense of completion. Cassie, great job! Thank you.
Shelves: unfinished , very-personal-copies , adolescent-angst , drama-overdose , conflicted-feelings , lets-kill-the-cat , ones-and-zeroes , seriously-seriously , freee-on-the-interwebz , could-get-rid-of-at-some-point-soon Pre-review October 30, Because nothing says Halloween like reading one of the most controversial fanfics of all time. November 2nd, Nice review Well November 2nd, — Nice review Well Honest review Disclaimer for "honest review": I did not like Draco Dormiens and express my dislike of it Far from that!
The series was very influential in the early days of Harry Potter fandom, but became controversial when it was found that parts of it were plagiarized. In , a fan said: "The Draco Trilogy did not invent fanon! Draco, but its tremendous fame popularized him and gave him his most recognizable traits--sex and snark. Here Draco is a redeemed figure whose relationship with Harry Potter is at times almost symbiotic. Net in August
At the time, Clare was famous for her Draco trilogy novel-length fan-fiction titled Draco Dormiens, Draco Sinister and Draco Veritas , I was but a young child of 11, treading the dangerous waters of fan-fiction — Harry Potter fanfiction, specifically. So I was well-acquainted with the Draco trilogy. In the next installment, Hermione is kidnapped, leading Harry and Draco to team up to rescue her. Almost a million words and a million fans later, Clare deleted every single fan-fiction from her history before beginning her career as a professional author. Most of the forums themselves have been deleted now, but I remember the general consensus: Cassandra Clare plagiarized.
They were still Harry, Ron, Hermione, and Draco, but with her own spin on the personalities. What the author of this post was saying was that Cassandra took those spins in personality of her fanfiction, and put them into the personalities of her original characters in TMI. But I agree with you whole-heartedly. I adore the series and all that it has to offer. November 22, at am said: Totally true! Spanghews on November 22, at pm said: I am surprised but unsurprised at this. I am SICK of authors who have no talent, weaseling their way into the publishing world.