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Review:TenthWeasley says:
This story's been sitting on my to-read list for ages, and I do hope that you know I'm not just saying that. I've heard loads of good things about it, and it's won a Dobby, too, which certainly is no mean feat! All that aside, I love Harry-centric stories, and already you seem to have a really good grasp of his character. So I'm quite excited to read on in this story and really get into it, because I just have a feeling it's going to be really, really good!

Though this was a short prologue, it's got me curious (which is, of course, a very good thing). I'm always up for a story that pulls me in, you know? I think a reader's got to work a bit in a story, if that makes any sense. A writer can't hand them everything on a silver platter. And this review isn't really making sense, at this point, but what I'm basically trying to say is that I actually like not really knowing what's going on here. Because it makes me want to read on, just to have my curiosity satiated.

I'm always loath to give my suspicions in reviews, mostly because I hate looking back on them later and realizing how off base I was. But I'm going to tentatively conjecture that Harry... is dreaming? If there are four generations of Potter-Weasleys, then he can't be dead, one does assume. (One might, of course, assume incorrectly.)

Well. I do think I'll read on and find out! I'm looking forward to getting into this story, as I said above, because I honestly do think I'm going to enjoy it. Looking forward to reading more from you, hopefully quite soon! And congratulations again on your Dobby award!

Author's Response: Hi, there! I'm so pleased that you finally had a chance to read it. Your stories are so highly regarded, I'm really curious to know what you think.

I'm glad the prologue left you curious. The idea is to prompt a few big questions that will be answered as the story unfolds. But it's also a bit more than that. The Prologue is actually the beginning of a scene that's fully revealed in Chapter 39.

All I can say without giving everything away is that Harry is "in between" inside King's Cross. It's a place of transitions and choices, and Harry faces a major one.

I hope you find the time to keep reading. And thank you very much for the congratulations. The award and the nominations meant a lot to me. Thanks for reading and reviewing!

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