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Review:crazybibliophile says:
Haha. I was thinking that Gilderoy's Boggart would be something entirely superficial, like, I dunno - a bad hair day or something. I wonder how a Boggart would represent that though? They don't actually seem to have limitations, but some fears are so abstract that they'd be impossible to personify.

Also, I always got the feeling that Remus's Boggart lesson in third year could very easily have gone spectacularly wrong very quickly, especially in the generation that came straight after a decades-long war. What if someone had had a fear like Mrs Weasley and the whole room was filled with dead bodies? And I'm sure Harry wouldn't have been the only one whose worst fear might have been Voldemort.

Anyway - Gilderoy being deathly afraid of werewolves is a nice touch. I do hope it was because of Remus.

"We happened to find ourselves near a broom closet. I had no idea there was a boggart inside." said Severus, his tone unconvincing.

- LOL.

And it's very interesting the Kerry has other family. I wonder why she didn't think to research it before? I suppose she would have assumed that her mother would have told her... Does Kerri's mother know that she has nieces and nephews and all that?

Author's Response: You know I'm missing Lockhart in year three. I was able to play with him for two straight years but now he's gone. His things have to be packed up and moved from Remus's office in the third story but I suppose that's the last time I'll get to make fun of him.

Kerri's mother has had no contact with her family so she has no clue at all. Kerri is going to meet them in year three though.

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