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Review:propertyoftheHBP says:
I've been meaning to read this ever since I'd heard it on StorySeekers, and I'm very glad that I started now.

I don't think that I've ever read a characterization of Peter this good, much less one of him at this point in time. He likely had so much going on inside his head then, and you've captured every single possible one of them perfectly. From the haughty and proud feelings to the self-deprecating ones, his character was spot-on. The way his mind shoots from thought to thought here, emotion to emotion, it's just amazing that you could pull it off the way you did. I believed everything that was said here and it fit in perfectly with canon. I especially loved the parts where he's thinking about how he'd finally pulled one over on everyone who'd doubted him, James and Sirius especially--because it's so true and one of the most tragic parts of the story.

I love the idea of Bellatrix helping him with everything. The more I think about it, the less likely I think it was that Voldemort let him handle everything on his own. Of course he'd appoint someone to basically spy on Peter for him, and no better choice than Bellatrix. Really, it was simply a genius idea on your part. And of course it would be her idea for him to take his finger like that. It's just so...Bella. ^.^

The narrative voice in this was the beginning especially, the way it opens so ignorantly to the situation is really a new take on things and made for everything to be all the more dramatic. I liked the line "-- his name was Peter, so we will call him that from now on --" especially, it just had such a...different feel to it.

His thought process in the end about finding a wizard and making a home with them was great as well. It's like the decision was made on the spur of the moment on his part, and it only proves those who thought he was dumb and useless all the more wrong. It might not be the most genius idea, but it was certainly one that served him, for all his needs and purposes, well and it must have taken brains to make it up, especially on the spot.

I enjoyed this so much. I have nothing but absolutely wondeful words to say about your characterization of Peter and I can't wait to get to the other three characters. :-)

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