(#) Lira_Snape 2006-07-20Forgot to add this to my review earlier, so I decided to write a second review for an earlier chapter. ;)
The Lovegoods obviously pretend Harry is a year younger so as to make it less obvious that they are taking care of the Boy-Who-Lived. How did they get around the Book in Hogwarts, though? The Book which knows every single magical child born and which McGonagall uses to send out the letters? Either Harry would have gotten his letter when he was 11 anyway or he wouldn't have gotten the letter at all?
- What a great chapter, I can't wait to see how everyone reacts when they Find out that Harry Lovegood is really is Harry Potter, and that he is married to Luna... LoL... I think ginny will be in for the kill. I hope that don't get Harry and Luna going out with anyone else as they are good for each other.
I like the nice Draco in the story...
It's good that Neville and Hermione could change houses.
- I was wondering what you'd do with Hermione. I like having Draco and Neville save her. I also like her figuring out they could transfer and doing so. That makes me think (hope!) you won't be pairing her with Ron. Neville or your version of Draco would be fine. Not that I have any say in the matter of course.
"But it's such a big school. We were thinking about a smaller school, with more personal time from the teacher. The Poppins Institute looks really good, and they specialize in household charms."
Cracked me right up. I read Rorshack's story about Mary taking Harry away from the Dursleys. Brilliant stuff, that. I'd like to believe there is a Poppins Institute.
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