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Review:laura says:
How can I "hand" my son off to these people. It accidentally says "had". I like the pace the story is unfolding. I like that it is only set 7 years from the last HP book. It wasn't clear what Liam thought of his dad, only what he thought his mother thought of him. I would have thought loyalty or craving acceptance from his father would have been conflicting with his strong desire to go to Hogwarts.

Author's Response: My fear was that the scenes in Biggleswade were, if anything, too long. I wanted to give the readers a feel for Liam's home life, and contrast it with that of Harry Potter's, but I was as impatient as anyone to get Liam on the train . . . Liam has a complicated relationship with his father. It's a natural instinct to idolize one's father. Sean Wren, however, is a terrible father, and he has been a great disappointment to Liam. It is Uncle Charlie who is the role model for Liam and Patrick . . . Also, I have a firm rule, that the adults in my stories, especially parents, are to be of no help whatsoever. It's up to the kids to figure out the answer to whatever problem they are facing.

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