In the summer of 1996, Voldemort launches eleven attacks against the Muggle-born of Hogwarts while he leads an attack against Privet Drive. In the aftermath of the attack on Privet Drive, Harry i...
- Wow! A dramatic battle indeed. Dumbledore is right, given that Voldemort is now more dark creature than man (especially considering what making the Horacruxes did to him), it is logical that charms against dark creatures would be effective against them.
I wish I could feel sorry for Wormtail but I can't. He found the wrong time to remember his Gryffindor courage and boldness.
As for the rest, I wonder how Hermione will react to having a landed aristocrat as a boyfriend? She is a middle-class girl and fairly down-to-earth. Could she adapt to being lady of the manor?
BenRG's Rating: 8/10
Author's responseThe British upper-middle class always used to have a desire to mingle with the nobs (lessened these days of course). Still, I'm sure Hermione will manage. If Harry has Muggle tenent farmers, I'm sure they'll be visited by Lady Hermione
- Enjoying the heck out of the story, so far. Im generally not one of the people who make out detailed reviews, but in this case, a point of order.
The comment, "You see a horrific being, knowing that it is a mass murderer, who wants you, your family, your friends, your world, and at the moment your boyfriend all dead, and all you can feel is disgusted? That says a lot about your courage."
Hermione is presented as being the most intelligent witch of her generation, perhaps in decades. Yet, instead of Ravenclaw, she's sorted into Gryffindor. The girl must be even braver that she is brainy.
That's almost scary. Under the right circumstances she should be a lioness.
Just thought I'd comment.
Keep up the good work.
Author's responseI agree, but I think the people around her would just see the brains until she does something to remind them of her courage as well