History TearJerker / TurnCoat

18th Jul '15 10:12:36 AM Milarqui
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-->[[spoiler: His eyes became cloudy. "Do you know why I didn't? Why I came to you?" I shook my head. "Because I knew," he whispered. He lifted his right hand, and I gripped it hard. "I knew that you knew how it felt to be an innocent man hounded by the Wardens." It was the closest he'd ever come to saying that he'd been wrong about me. He died less than a minute later.]]

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-->[[spoiler: His eyes became cloudy. "Do you know why I didn't? Why I came to you?" I shook my head. "Because I knew," he whispered. He lifted his right hand, and I gripped it hard. "I knew that you knew how it felt to be an innocent man hounded by the Wardens." "\\
It was the closest he'd ever come to saying that he'd been wrong about me. me.\\
He died less than a minute later.]]



-->"See, here's the thing. Morgan was right: You can't win them all. But that doesn't mean you give up. Not ever. Morgan never said that part- he was too busy living it."
-->"I closed the door behind me, and life went on."

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-->"See, here's the thing. Morgan was right: You can't win them all. But that doesn't mean you give up. Not ever. Morgan never said that part- he was too busy living it."
-->"I
"\\
"I
closed the door behind me, and life went on."
22nd Apr '14 5:55:31 PM SharleeD
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* [[spoiler: Thomas]] at the end of the book revealing that he had been dragged, totally against his will, past the DespairEventHorizon and [[spoiler: now agreed with everyone who'd been saying that he couldn't change his nature. Considering he had successfully been a FriendlyNeighbourhoodVampire for years now at immense personal effort, to see all his willpower wasted in one day's worth of ColdBloodedTorture is tragic]].

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* [[spoiler: Thomas]] at the end of the book revealing that he had been dragged, totally against his will, past the DespairEventHorizon and [[spoiler: now agreed with everyone who'd been saying that he couldn't change his nature. Considering he had successfully been a FriendlyNeighbourhoodVampire for years now at immense personal effort, to see all his willpower wasted in one day's worth of ColdBloodedTorture is tragic]].tragic]].
* Poor Kirby and Andi. The price of being an Alpha got a whole lot higher in this one.
26th Mar '13 7:52:21 AM Gholateg
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*** [[spoiler: I think he loved her as more then his teacher, which makes it all the more tragic.]]
9th Feb '13 8:07:57 AM mzytryck
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** Morgan in general. All of the above, and the realization that the woman he loved, Luccio, had almost immediately [[spoiler: seemed to]] fall in love with the man he hunted, Dresden.

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** Morgan in general. All of the above, and the realization that the woman he loved, Luccio, had almost immediately [[spoiler: seemed to]] fall in love with the man he hunted, Dresden.Dresden.
* [[spoiler: Thomas]] at the end of the book revealing that he had been dragged, totally against his will, past the DespairEventHorizon and [[spoiler: now agreed with everyone who'd been saying that he couldn't change his nature. Considering he had successfully been a FriendlyNeighbourhoodVampire for years now at immense personal effort, to see all his willpower wasted in one day's worth of ColdBloodedTorture is tragic]].
22nd Jan '13 5:26:23 PM JoieDeCombat
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* ''Turn Coat'' has a small but poignant scene toward the end when Harry is talking with Luccio, after they both realized that [[spoiler: she had been mind-controlled into being attracted to him.]] They both realize that the relationship, which had made them both happy and content, was now broken off, likely for good. It's especially bad for Luccio, as she's both confused and angry, and is crying. It's quite clear that this scene is very painful for both of them.
** It is surprisingly cruel that the author had wrote this. Harry and Anastasia had both been out of the relationship game for a long time relative to their own years spent on Earth, so when they entered their's, it had been very fulfilling for the both of them, physically and emotionally. They trust each other, work well together, and for god's sake, make each other very happy, then the author just had to [[YankTheDogsChain yank the dog's chain]] by stating it was all a lie, leaving poor Anastasia sobbing and angry, and Harry, to a lesser degree as well. Despise this outrage however, one potential silver lining makes a reference to what Molly had earlier stated in the book, that whomever could had fiddled around with more resilient wizards' minds, they would had only needed to nudge them a little bit, heavily suggesting that although Anastasia was not completely herself, she was (is) still at least attracted enough to him for her to hit on him multiple times. So hopefully the author can give them a chance to reconcile their relationship, because what happen to them was pure dickery on the Author's behalf.
* In ''Turn Coat'' (heavy spoilers for this magnificently beautiful passage): [[spoiler: Morgan's death. Since the very first book he has been relentlessly looking for a reason to implicate Harry/find a way to have him executed because he believes that Harry really is a bad, bad man. Then, finally, eleven books later:]]

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* ''Turn Coat'' has a small but poignant scene toward the end when Harry is talking with Luccio, after they both realized that [[spoiler: she had been mind-controlled into being attracted to him.]] They both realize that the relationship, which had made them both happy and content, was now broken off, likely for good. It's especially bad for Luccio, as she's both confused and angry, and is crying. It's quite clear that this scene is very painful for both of them.
** It is surprisingly cruel that the author had wrote this. Harry and Anastasia had both been out of the relationship game for a long time relative to their own years spent on Earth, so when they entered their's, it had been very fulfilling for the both of them, physically and emotionally. They trust each other, work well together, and for god's sake, make each other very happy, then the author just had to [[YankTheDogsChain yank the dog's chain]] by stating it was all a lie, leaving poor Anastasia sobbing and angry, and Harry, to a lesser degree as well. Despise this outrage however, one potential silver lining makes a reference to what Molly had earlier stated in the book, that whomever could had fiddled around with more resilient wizards' minds, they would had only needed to nudge them a little bit, heavily suggesting that although Anastasia was not completely herself, she was (is) still at least attracted enough to him for her to hit on him multiple times. So hopefully the author can give them a chance to reconcile their relationship, because what happen to them was pure dickery on the Author's behalf.
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* In ''Turn Coat'' (heavy Heavy spoilers for this magnificently beautiful passage): passage: [[spoiler: Morgan's death. Since the very first book he has been relentlessly looking for a reason to implicate Harry/find a way to have him executed because he believes that Harry really is a bad, bad man. Then, finally, eleven books later:]]



** The end of Turn Coat. [[spoiler: The Gatekeeper tells Harry that his relationship with Luccio was partly the result of psychic manipulation]].



** The final lines of Turn Coat:

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** The final lines of Turn Coat:lines:
5th Dec '12 10:35:50 AM gundato
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** Morgan's speech inside the bubble.

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** Morgan's speech inside the bubble.bubble.
** Morgan in general. All of the above, and the realization that the woman he loved, Luccio, had almost immediately [[spoiler: seemed to]] fall in love with the man he hunted, Dresden.
2nd Dec '12 7:32:37 PM Discar
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* ''Turn Coat'' has a small but poignant scene toward the end when Harry is talking with Luccio, after they both realized that [[spoiler: she had been mind-controlled into being attracted to him.]] They both realize that the relationship, which had made them both happy and content, was now broken off, likely for good. It's especially bad for Luccio, as she's both confused and angry, and is crying. It's quite clear that this scene is very painful for both of them.
** It is surprisingly cruel that the author had wrote this. Harry and Anastasia had both been out of the relationship game for a long time relative to their own years spent on Earth, so when they entered their's, it had been very fulfilling for the both of them, physically and emotionally. They trust each other, work well together, and for god's sake, make each other very happy, then the author just had to [[YankTheDogsChain yank the dog's chain]] by stating it was all a lie, leaving poor Anastasia sobbing and angry, and Harry, to a lesser degree as well. Despise this outrage however, one potential silver lining makes a reference to what Molly had earlier stated in the book, that whomever could had fiddled around with more resilient wizards' minds, they would had only needed to nudge them a little bit, heavily suggesting that although Anastasia was not completely herself, she was (is) still at least attracted enough to him for her to hit on him multiple times. So hopefully the author can give them a chance to reconcile their relationship, because what happen to them was pure dickery on the Author's behalf.
* In ''Turn Coat'' (heavy spoilers for this magnificently beautiful passage): [[spoiler: Morgan's death. Since the very first book he has been relentlessly looking for a reason to implicate Harry/find a way to have him executed because he believes that Harry really is a bad, bad man. Then, finally, eleven books later:]]
-->[[spoiler: His eyes became cloudy. "Do you know why I didn't? Why I came to you?" I shook my head. "Because I knew," he whispered. He lifted his right hand, and I gripped it hard. "I knew that you knew how it felt to be an innocent man hounded by the Wardens." It was the closest he'd ever come to saying that he'd been wrong about me. He died less than a minute later.]]
** The end of Turn Coat. [[spoiler: The Gatekeeper tells Harry that his relationship with Luccio was partly the result of psychic manipulation]].
** On top of that, Morgan admitting that [[spoiler: he took the blame for the crime from Luccio, who had originally been set up, because he still loved her as his teacher.]]
** The final lines of Turn Coat:
-->"See, here's the thing. Morgan was right: You can't win them all. But that doesn't mean you give up. Not ever. Morgan never said that part- he was too busy living it."
-->"I closed the door behind me, and life went on."
** Morgan's speech inside the bubble.
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