"Or you'll no longer be the boy-who-lived" - this line made me actually chuckle out loud. Very, very amusing :) Wooohooohooo LUNA! I never thought such emotional words would come from her mouth lol. I see people working on Harry, obviously he's going to turn. But it sounds like people are trying to blame Molly for slandering Evvie's reputation, when in reality, I think, it was originally all Ron! Their break-up is destroying him, which offends Ginny. And the natural little witch she is in this story, makes her extra likely to be super jealous. Harry is blind and weak following his friend in his breakup and like a lovesick puppy after Ginny the whore, and Molly just takes whatever her kids say for granted - and might be a little offended that the happy ever after never happened either. Sounds like a lot of people were really counting on everything being perfect after Voldemort's fall - which was totally unrealistic but dreams are dreams. I don't think Harry needs to necessarily break away from the Weasleys, but he does need to start fighting back, to make them see the light, nudge, hint, and if that doesn't start to work and make conversation, a clean break may be necessary. Oh that's right, Ron's a jerk in this story too ;) Forgot just how much so. Maybe he's not so hurt afterall... Glad you take the time to explain things, people like me like to know ;) Lol. Ron's money hungry? Really? You are Slytherin at heart my dear, this is the truth. The giraffe spitting on Ron made me laugh too :) That's a funny way to see that justice is served lol. Good job, like I keep saying, so creative, so imaginative, and a great writer!! (There are minor word misspellings, maybe one per chapter, and you are clearly not American, there are some foreign tendencies but I am not sure where, otherwise, seriously fantastic writing!!)
Author's Response: I think Luna is way more than what J.K writes her as. I think people get lost in her weirdness that they fail to see how amazing she is (that's just my opinion).
The blame on Molly comes from fourth year when she sent that really small easter egg to Hermione. I think Molly is fueled by others opinions.
I know happy ever afters were totally unrealistic for after the war, but I think that's what most people would be looking for. For this story I felt it was necessary for Harry to break away from the Weasley's. They are the only real family that have remained through the years so it is only natural that he would pick up their mannerisms and start acting accordingly. You are right though, he does need to start fighting back.
Though it seems a bit too simplistic my favourite colour is green so really it was always going to be Slytherin for me ;)
I wanted to serve justice on Ron in a way that was unexpected, the giraffe bit came to me suddenly and there was no way I could not put it in.
Apologies on the minor misspellings, this story wasn't proof read by anyone and I am dyslexic so sometimes I get things wrong.