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Review:Maybe says:
I'm really liking this beginning. The mood has been set and I think the way you've described the Wizarding world after the war is very believable. How some people think Wizarding Britain will fall, despite the war being over. It's been a few months since the war but everything doesn't just get better in such a short space of time - they've got to rebuild and you get the sense that it's going to be a hard task. Especially for George, and Ron.

Ron's feelings after the war - wishing to be a Muggle, separate from it all - was interesting and I think that's definitely how he might act. His reaction to seeing Fred's face and seeing the shop the way it is now was also very Ron. I like how you described the dynamic between Fred and George too. George being the quiet one, the technical one, happy to stand back and let his brother take the lead. We know that Fred was the more outgoing one, but you show how they compliment one another. How they make each other better. It just shows the closeness of the twins and it adds to the devastation of it all. George's actions are to be expected and shown here with brilliant accuracy.

Great first chapter :)


Author's Response: Wow, thank you so much!

The time shortly after the war can't have been easy on anyone. It's no longer dealing the threat of death, it's dealing with the aftermath of a society being, basically, destroyed by a mad man. I'm really glad that seemed realistic.

I absolutely love the twins; it is a relief to hear that you think George's relationship with Fred and his reactions are believable.

Thank you!

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