- Fleur is still alive!?! Well, I guess maybe in a way, yes? That must suck having little to no control over your own body. That has to be worse than rape, and the fact that she is still fighting him for control is a huge testament to her strength.
Harry is such a man-whore, and he doesn't even find those ladies to be close to his ideals. i guess ever character needs its flaws.
(#) thomaswatts 2009-11-14For someone raised with such discipline as Harry has been, he treats those not Asian and male with a lack of respect that truly diminishes his character.
'If you want to see the true measure of a man, watch how he treats his inferiors, not his equals.'
I don't know where JK pulled the above from, but it is a great quote.
How Harry treats the others around him portrays much more about Harry's character then anything he does or says. I personally think your Harry is an inconsiderate ass hat.
I will, however, keep reading to see who the first woman that survives the 37 steps is. Fleur maybe? I hope it's Hermione or Luna.
- I had to giggle at the use of "it's for the children" against Dumbledore; that's a fitting riposite to his "for the greater good". The prank on the Slytherin girls and the headmaster was amusing and I wonder how long it's going to take Filius to figure it out and how to fix it (since he's not a parsletongue, actually fixing the ward might be difficult for him). The bit with Fenir and friends was amusing, it rather reminded me of the scene in Eric Flint's story (set in David Weber's Honor-verse) "From The Highlands" where two humans near the far ends of the bell curve of unmodified human ability explain, while painfully and fatally demonstrating, to a Scrag that average ability differences don't matter when you get down to individual combat. The discussion between Tonks and Susan was fun as they realize that Harry's a single teenage male and is enjoying himself. Finally, I like the idea of Harry finding Millie very attractive, that could be the basis of an interesting relationship, especially if they could maintain it long term.
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