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Review:crazybibliophile says:
"Tonks came by in the afternoon to tell Mary Ann and I about her interview at the Ministry. She was looking quite professional with her blonde, chin length hair and her modestly cut robes in a demure shade of blue."

If you think about it, I suppose it'd actually be incredibly difficult to recognise Tonks if you didn't already know her quite well. I mean, she changes her entire look practically five times an hour - and it's not just hair, either, because she can change her actual facial structure and eye colour and everything. So you'd end up identifying her by something like the pink hair, I guess, except that she doesn't always have that either.

"So you're not --- " I began.

"Going to let the big crybaby get his way?" Mary Ann finished for me.

Oh god, she's just hysterical. I love how shameless she is. xD

"Not my department, sorry."

"That's what they all say."

God though, Fenrir's a fairly well-known serial killer and child-attacker, and he can usually be found in the same spot - I mean all you'd have to do is wander down to the commune and be like "Where does Fenrir Greyback live?" Kerri sees him all the time, it really wouldn't be that hard for a few Aurors to go and catch him. The Ministry is stupid.

The rat made a fantastic flying leap, arching over my head in a jump it probably would not have been capable of without the aid of the curse. It collided with an invisible shield charm that Severus had clearly cast nonverbally, slid down what appeared to be thin air, and landed in the canal with a splash.

Severus was smirking and I couldn't help but laugh. "How did you know?" I asked.

HAHAHA oh god that one made me laugh out loud.

Author's Response: How does anyone really know what Tonks actually looks like? Since it's natural to her to change her appearance, does she even know what she looks like? Is there a particular form that is really her, as opposed to any of the others that she adopts? Tonks is an interesting character.

The Fenrir thing. I had a problem once where a crime was committed against my elderly father by a woman who took advantage of him. It was an elder abuse case, or would have been had the police not botched it. One example was when they 'couldn't find her'. I looked up one of her relations in the phone book, drove by his house, and saw her sitting out front. I found her, but the police couldn't. It's probably a similar case with Fenrir.

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