(#) cloneserpents 2009-09-06

Is it safe to assume Luna asked the mirror whether Crumple-Horned Snorkacks exist or not? I really don't see her asking "who's my soul mate" because I think she's more the type of person that would find the mystery of looking for the right one to be fascinating and fun.

And Draco/Ginny? Ewewew! Blah! The only Draco/X pairing I endorse is Draco/pruning shears. Just kidding... well, I'm not being completely sincere, but you get the point.

Thanks for sharing,

Shawn (a.k.a. cloneserpents)

Author's response

Heya Shawn!

Good question. Unfortunately, Luna danced her way onto my desk, demanded, in her inimitable fashion, to be allowed into the story and then as soon as I had, she danced off again without a word of explanation. Le sigh!

Now that I think of it, you're absolutely right. She would never have asked such a mundane question as /"who's my soul mate"/. It would have been more along your lines. She seemed happy, though.

I dislike Draco myself, Personally, I think he should be allowed to die a lingering, painful death in Azkaban. While canon has him involved with Pansy-I-chase-parked-carriages-Parkinson, most people seem to have the fixation of him and Ginny. Quite honestly, given the characteristics she showed in canon, I can say they were well matched, though the -other- Mary-Sue, Romilda Vane, would also be a good catch. After all, she's duplicitous, sneaky, deceitful and willing to use mind-altering substances to get her way. Such a wonderful girl! Her parents would be so proud!

Thanks for your kind review.