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Review:MissMdsty says:
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I really liked the humor of this story and the characters you set out with are perfectly uncompatible. You have Snape on one side, a talented wizard, a skilled potions master and a very dark and angsty person and the House of Slyherin, composed of Malfoy, Malfoy wannabes and spoiled princesses. That's a perfect storm if I ever saw one.

My favorite line in all of this is On days like this one, Severus felt like snatching the Sorting Hat from Dumbledoreís shelf and laughing maniacally while he watched it burn. . I think we've all had days like this one. :)

Out of all the students, I enjoyed Daphne and Blaise the most, mainly because I love the name Daphne and the career she chose, for me seems to go perfectly with the way I imagined her.

And Blaise is just so funny, I could almost imagine Snape's fac when he made the comment about the... erm... wand and cauldron.

And McGonagall's last line was just the perfect ending!

Good job on this, I really enjoyed it!

Author's Response: Hi, there!

Sorry to take such a long time to respond. Anyway, I'm really glad you enjoyed this. It was a mountain of fun to write. I think you got the characterization of Slytherin House just about right. Salazar would be spinning in his grave.

I don't often feel sympathy for Snape, but this was one of those occasions. Blaise was far and away the most fun section to write, although Crabbe was a close second. Blaise was actually the first section I wrote, and then I filled in the rest.

I'm really pleased that McGonagall's closing line worked for you. It felt like such a throwaway to me. :-/

Thanks for reading and reviewing!

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