Lupin comes by to talk to Harry...
- Good chapter. I like like how it is developing this time. Just a note on Professor Lupin, if he taught as a professor in the States then it would have been at the university level as instructors from high school and lower are just referred to as teachers. I think that would probably carry over to the magical community as well.
- The incluson of Remus in the story maks sense. Why does JKR never even consider the emotions of those who have seen a loved one, die. In book five, she did a reasonably accurate job of portraying the anger and pain Harry felt after Cedric died, yet in H.A.P. she 'turned him off' as it were. He went from an angry but determined young man who had just watched his godfather, a man he respected and even lived, die. Who'd just destroyed Dumblefutz' office because he had no other outlet foor his pen-up emotions, and yet in book sux, he's fine with it all.
OK, I'm off my soapbox, now.
I await the next page of 'Heir'.