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Review:Alopex says:
I think this possibly is the first chapter in which I felt slightly confused. And actually, I think it's more due to the intricate Ministry politics and in-fighting and hierarchies than to actual plot digressions. I'm not cut out to be a politician; I don't understand the politicking at all, nor do I have the patience for it. You are following a lot of people, though not all of them make lengthy or repeat appearances.

I really enjoyed the way you described Kingsley in this chapter! Sure, he's a high-powered, important Ministry official Auror dude, but he's still a person. That he would escape to the bathroom to get away from the secrets, only to be forced by bathroom etiquette to abandon an attempt to discover the secrets. And then he listens at a door with his ear! Haha! But only after checking to make sure no one's seen him yet. I got a bit of a laugh out of that one.

Well, well, well. Pius Thicknesse sure is stirring up trouble, isn't he? But he's staying in the background and sending forth others to do at least some of his dirty work. This definitely bodes ill.

Author's Response: Okay, the jist of it is that the new order is leaking out and doubts of Scrimgeour accompany it. But it is leaking out very selectively, which means that someone in particular is controlling who gets the information, and everyone else is tight-lipped. How strange. =]

So all the managers [the people of the REAL power base, mind] of the most important departments are now privy. Meanwhile, another someone has called a meeting to "discuss" Scrimgeour's fitness for office. Hmm. I hope that's not too complicated.

Haha, Kingsley. He's one of my favorites, so I try extra hard to give him humanity where I can. We all do these things when we think nobody's watching. =]

Thanks so much for the reviews!


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