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Review:charlottetrips says:
This story was brilliant!! It's got humor but also a sort of moral about it. These are one of my favorite kinds! ^_^

I loved that it was Percy in this story getting his head shoved into opening his mind a bit more. This is exactly the type of thing I could see Kingsley doing and also the change that Percy would be willing to experience.

The whole German/Austrian/Bavarian accent thing was a bit hard to get used to reading and a bit comical at first but then the Headmaster started sharing the history of his school and what it is based around and the guy suddenly became more real to me.

The characterisation of Percy, Wolfgang and Kingsley were spot on in my opinion and I truly felt I was reading on something that certainly could've happened in HP-verse.

There were definite moments when you had me laughing, like in the beginning with Percy's grumbling about climbing the mountain top.

You've certainly made a case for the British Ministry's need to widen their horizons and the insight you've provided is very enlightening!


Author's Response: Hello!

Wow, somebody brave enough to review this story :) It is a bit lengthier and I think a bit off-turning because its not in the Harry Potter world we are used to, but when I approach stories like this, I always like to make my valid connection.

I always had and still kind of have the impression that there is more going on in the international wizarding community that we just don't really see in the books.

It didn't take long for me to choose Neuschwanstein as the location for a wizarding school--if you've ever been there, it's secluded and there is a lot of mystery surrounding the castle. Not to mention the fact, that the crazy and extravagant (not to mention eccentric) King who built it only finished 5 rooms in this HUGE monstrosity. I said to myself...yeah...there's room for a secret wizardry school!

Percy was really fun to write...because he is just a character that we are all dying to have lighten up!

As for the accent thing...I live in Germany and teach English to Germans, so I'm very used to hearing and reading their accents. Accents can become very taboo in Fan-fiction, but I appreciate you sticking it out and giving it a chance!

Thanks for the lovely review, take care!


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