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Harry comes back from his fifth year to a changed household. What happened to Dudley, and why is he so desperate to make Harry go away? Post-OotP, sixt-year story, mild changes to ending of OotP, A...
(#) whatareyouevensaying 2006-08-26 08:26:22 AMSeems you're going with Tonks/Lupin, which effectively removes my preference for pairing as a possibility. My second choice is Harry/Hermione.
Really good chapter, It was nice to hear about Fred and George, even if all they were doing was trying to figure out what the hell is going on.
(#) whatareyouevensaying 2006-08-26 08:27:11 AMWait, I can't remember if Hermione is innocent or not. If not, obviously scratch that.
Author's responseThank you for all the reviuews you left :) I'm not certain if I want to make this a H/Hr story. I was leaning towards taking a minor character. Using Hermione does have its uses, but if I do start that path, it's going to bring lots of cliches into the story, stuff that I really can't avoid.
(#) ShadowSerpent 2006-08-31 06:51:47 PMGreetings! I'm not too good with reviews, so this is primarily to say congrats with the story. I love it. It's very easy to see how some characters are doing what they are doing, and how easily (or not).
Eg. Molly Weasley; sends Harry food (potions anyone?) and cooks the Order meals (again, can you say potions? poor Dumbledore incidentally).
T'is this ease to connect certain parts, while making the rest suitably mysterious, that I feel helps makes it such a good story. Of course, the rest is simply the fact that it is such a brilliant idea and is well written, appealing to all those particular spots a good story generally hits.
Author's responseThanks for the review and nice words. I appreciate you taking the time to review.
(#) TardisIsTheOnlyWayToTravel 2006-09-03 05:25:57 PM'George doesn't think that this potion has been used, since he tried convincing Dumbledore to let him set his beard on fire, and Dumbledore was against the idea. If that potion had been used, he would have cheerfully allowed George to set his beard on fire.'
LOL! I love that part.