- "Seeing Harry's pensive expression, Damion's smirk widened. "The land is very different than you'd think," he continued, "And has all different types of terrain. You'll find almost every type of magical creatures here, including some that wizards don't even know exist.""
So, when does Harry find a snorcack?
- I enjoyed the info about the school and I'm sure the classes will be of interest as well. Action will be most welcome when that occurs. Getting a feel for Harry's new circle of friends will help move the story along as well. Perhaps Harry's familiarity with boarding school might explain some of his leadership plus he's our hero after all. Thanks for writing. W.
- Good chapter that I, at least, wouldn't say dragged at all. You did an excellent job of working a description of the locale into the narrative without being disruptive. I think I really like Silvermoon and I'm loking forward to seeing how things go here. Meanwhile, I imagine life is going to be most "interesting" back at Hogwarts, esp. when they discover that Harry isn't returning and they can't find him.
- Very nice, and as the story is too intriguing to be dragging at all, feel free to write longer chapters. :)
I would enjoy a quick glimpse of Britain, just to see the anthill kicked up. The Leader-thing is natural i suppose as I've seen it happen in real life, but I'm a bit surprised of how easily he trusted them enough to key them in to his room. As I see it, none of them has done anything to reciprocate. Why did he do it?
Sign up to review this story.