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Review:MargaretLane says:
Aw, that part where Hugo is wondering if Connor actually wants to spend time with him, willingly is so moving.

Hugo's implied that at least one of his other uncles is involved in the shop. Interesting.

*grins* Hugo is GOOD at the eagle's questions.

Eliana seems smart and insightful. I like her.

*laughs at "I don't think Hagrid keeps dragons in his hut"* He has been known to do so!

This is a small thing, but doesn't Hagrid say "yeh", meaning "you" rather than "ye"? I keep reading "ye" as being pronounced to rhyme with "bee" and being the word we use for the plural version of "you" here in Ireland. I don't think he said that in the books.

Hmm, I wonder if there's a mystery about Eliana and why she doesn't come in the common room often.

And I'm really intrigued by this music. Synaesthesia is the only explanation I can think of and I'm not sure if that really fits.

I'm with Hugo rather than Flitwick on the idea of friendship. I think a friend is somebody you can trust, somebody you know well, somebody who you can tell how you truly feel. People whose company you enjoy, but who you wouldn't feel comfortable confiding in or who you aren't sure how close they feel to you are more friendly acquaintances in my mind. Or people you'd LIKE to be friends with. I read somewhere that the average person has two friends, which seems about right to me.

When talking about wizard's chess, you've written "loosing" instead of "losing".

Wizards don't seem to have a great variety of pastimes actually. It might be just because we've only really seen what Harry is interested in, but they only seem to have one major sport, a limited number of types of music, no electronics, obviously, a couple of board games and card games, but nothing like the variety of THOSE the Muggle world has either, no cinemas. We also haven't heard of any novels or theatres, although these MAY exist; Harry just mightn't be interested in them.

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