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Review:hdawg says:
If you kill Scorpius I will.I don't know what I will do, but I won't be a happy bunny, that's for sure! And woah, the disclaimer. I don't get queasy but maybe I should skip it (if it has something to do with Scorpius' insides etc etc. I don't think my heart could take that)

:'( Hugo tried to fight the wood nymphs for Scorpius. I can see it in my head now. I want to be able to word what I'm feeling but I can't, because all I want to say is that it just shows how much he has grown up and loves Scorpius, and now he is truly his mother and father's son for doing that. I am proud of him, and at the same time feel so awful for him.

"Neville saw Hugo run to his side, tears plastering his face--there was a jerk in Neville's heart as he saw the innocent pain there" :'( my poor, poor Hugo.

Even more :'( "He couldn't help but think suddenly that this boy's family was a large part of the reason that he had had to, during the darkest period of his life, bury some of his own friends and family." You really are pulling out all the emotional stops in this chapter aren't you? ;) whenever you comment on something like this, I suddenly remember it myself, and then empathise with Neville even more. It must be so difficult for him, coming to Hogwarts every day even though this was where he lost some of his closest friends :(

And a lovely little bit of comic relief: "Hugo toppled out of the chair next to him in a dead faint and landed on his face on the ground. Madame Pomfrey rolled her eyes before clucking gently and levitating Hugo into a hospital bed. " And this is why I am going to marry him. If he feels this strongly about his friends, then he is defo the man for me ;)

" It was really a shame that Professor Neville had told Hugo that no one could know that Scorpius almost died, because it would probably be a fun story to tell at the Burrow at Christmas, when they were all huddled around the fire or playing Snapdragons." Only Hugo would think that a death-defying adventure would be a good story to tell the family at Christmas.

Ah3h3h3, Scorpius with the baby unicorns. But how would they tell them apart? Both of their hair is as golden as the sun ;) "to explain the trio's sudden and inexplicable disappearance, it would have to involve baby unicorns, wouldn't it?" But I love the connotations that Flitwick was having more fun making up this story than he was actually thinking about punishment for the real reason that they went missing.

"Scorpius hoped no one was watching Hugo too closely--he was clearly enjoying walking like a sleep-deprived person, but in truth he looked more like a mummy, with his arms held out in front of him and his knees refusing to bend." Oh wow.


Lily, you are brilliant, and this is brilliant. Just some of the sentences catch me off-guard and make me laugh, even when it's a really serious situation, but I just can't help it. Teamed with the fact that you have made me fall in love with Hugo and Scorpius simultaneously, and you will realise what you have achieved ;)

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