After being turned into a snake by Snape and Dumbledore and unable to change back, Lord Voldemort has no choice but to turn to the only other living Parselmouth, Harry Potter. After making a deal with each other, Harry agrees to help the Dark Lord return to his human form. Forced to work together, how will Harry deal with having Voldemort live around his neck?...
|Title||:||a snake named voldemort|
|Number of Pages||:||411 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
a snake named voldemort Reviews
I don't get this one. I assume it's a joke or something. First off, I don't think it's a real book, or even an ebook. I think it's one of those fanfictions and it got added to Goodreads by mistake. I found it online and read it. It wasn't even funny, it was just really bad. I loved the original Harry Potter series, and while I think a parody of it could be funny, the writer could've at least used proper grammar or something... god, this "book", and I use the term lightly, was terrible.
This was not my style as Crack is my least favorite genre.
When I read the summary for this story, I was expecting something completely ridiculous and out of character. And it was, a little. But when I saw how many people had followed it on Fanfiction and apparently enjoyed it, I relented. I decided I'd read the first chapter and go from there, and in the end, I loved it. The author has to be a freaking genius to have managed to incorporate all the elements - horcruxes, Hallows, and prophesy included - of the original books in a believable Harry Potter and Voldemort love story. I honestly didn't think it could be done, but was glad to be proven otherwise.
This was a hysterical funny read, while at the same time it was believable and in character.
Well, the plot is intriguing and surprising, as a fan-fiction, it's entertaining and totally romantic. The first part of the story--Voldemort being a snake--was quite funny and hilarious, though after he was turned back to human, things got a bit too smoothly. And the minor grammar errors were a bit distracting. Still, I recommend this to all Tomarry fans!