After his ill-fated trip to the Department of Mysteries that led to the death of his godfather, Harry Potter decides he must take control of his own life. But if a certain Gryffindor know-it-all ha...
- Poor Harry, his brain's clearly scrambled.
He's smart enough to realise he can't trust Dumbledore, but doesn't ask why he'd never heard of Remus Lupin untill his 3rd year at Hogwarts, nor does he think it's odd that everybody knows about his abusive home life but doesn't actually do anything.
- It is one of those great mysteries why everyone always allows Harry to go back to an abusive home. If it wasn't simply a plot-driven plot hole, one would think that there isn't a single adult, any where, who has any interest in Harry's well-being.
Remus is not Harry' friend and he couldn't even take care of his wife or child. He is a failure--to Harry, to Sirius, to Lily and James, and to Tonks and Teddy.