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Review:Debra20 says:
Hey there. First of all, thank you for entering my challenge. It was a real delight to read your thoughts on the matter. I am always craving for stories that focus on Snape and a particular interest of mine is other characters thoughts about his role in the Second War.

Now then...where to begin? I must say that this story is the perfect echo of my own thoughts. Namely, Ginny's continual back-and-forth between forgiving or not forgiving Snape. Of course, I have forgiven Snape but it's always difficult to consider him the "hero" when there were certain actions of his that could have been avoided (bullying). But him doing those things is largely due to his own character and the bitterness of his life.

I especially liked that Ginny managed to find the resolve to forgive Snape in the end, after Harry shares his memories with her. I can totally understand why she had been so reluctant until that point (as she stated she, Ginny, was the one that had to endure the tortures that were going on at Hogwarts during their final year and even if Snape was mostly absent, you knew he was there. In the shadows, present to everything). Her change of heart seems pretty logical to me, so that only added to the beauty of her character, which you managed to portray so beautifully.

I am glad I had the opportunity to read this story!

Author's Response: Hi! Thanks for tihs.

I'm so glad you enjoyed this, and it made sense to you. Actually, you make the piece sound a lot more clever than it really was, so that's great!

I've been thinking about another piece, perhaps longer, about Ginny's time in Hogwarts during Deathly Hallows, this is great encouragement, thank you!

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