Harry receives unwelcome observations and advice from Molly. Paul's death is inestigated from three different angles.
- Great update, looking forward to all being reveled. I especially loved the part about the gnomes of Fort Knox, that part just made me laugh for some reason. Keep up the good work.
I've neve seen an American Goblin, Gnomes, however. . .
All WILL be revealed, in time.
- Okay, it's starting to get both interesting and convoluted, the sign of a good story. I daresay Molly is going to be rather unhappy, in some ways, if Harry & Hermione get together too soon, but then I rather doubt she realizes just what a rift her youngest two have made in two souls who belong together. On the investigation side, it's getting rather more interesting since that cog seems to have been on the loose since the "incident" in the Department of Mysteries and that should set all the instincts of a good investigator, like Harry, screaming out a warning. 'Twill be interesting to see if this is a cog whose original personality wasn't destroyed (the originator of the process, perhaps, who was a "bloodist") or the cog is simply a tool of someone else. Either way gives some significant possibilities.
Author's responseThank you, as always, for reading and taking the time to write an insightful review. Sooner or later even Molly is going to realize how right Harry and Hermione are together – I just wish Jo KR could have seen it too.
Yepper, the cog has been around for a while, and yes, Harry will soon know that fact too.
The cog in question is, indeed, an ‘unwiped’ CNS core from someone mentioned earlier – more than that, said cog will be a compilation of personalities – all the personalities either fed upon or possessed since it was jump started in the Department of Mysteries thirteen years before.
Which begs the questions,
Why, exactly, did Ron think “Accio brains!” was such a good idea in the first place?
Furthermore, why is this particular cognizant cog so fixated on Hermione?
Inquiring minds want to know. . .
(#) Clell65619 2009-03-27 07:52:08 AM- Why did Ron think "Accio Brains' was a good idea? If memory serves, he was sorta kinda drunk at the time...
- Good story getting better with each chapter.
Author's responseAh yes, the old "I was drunk at the time" defense.
Funny you should say that, as alcohol is a catalyst that allows the cogs access to the human brain.