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Review:DarkParanoia says:
Hello there.

This is a wonderful depiction of what an ideal Post-Hogwarts story should be like. I know we have some very good Harry/Ginny ones but I always felt that the others needed attention as well.

All I can say is, well done. The picture you paint of Hannah as the vulnerable, broken girl is magnificent. I'm interested to know how you managed to capture her character traits ( as she wasn't really a part of the original series that much ). What inspired you to show her like you've done ?

Neville, again is brilliant. You have managed to make him a strong willed character with his old quirkiness still within himself.

Overall, brilliant work. Update soon :)

Author's Response: Hi!

I'm sorry this has taken forever to reply to. I've been trying to do so for ages but I've been hit with every type of writing-related block possible!

I think the others are more important to me than the central characters these days. In my head, the aftermath of the war for Harry and co is very single track and obvious, something I'm not sure I'd like to pin down. The ship of Hannah and Neville, however, always intrigued me and I wanted to find a way to portray their relationship in a manner that was original and different.

Hannah, for some reason, was always quite vivid in my head. She was barely ever mentioned but still she was very well formed, helped even more when JKR revealed she married Neville. I think the death of her mother was quite a crucial part of her life to include, and I wanted her to be quite isolated and alone in the story, hence her dad's kidnapping, Justin's disappearance and Ernie & Susan going AWOL. I wanted someone who Neville could save.

Thank you so, so much for such a gorgeous review. I've got writer's block at the minute but hopefully I can update soon.

xx


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