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Review:MargaretLane says:
Opening sentence sets the scene here well.

I also like the way you tell us the character is in Ravenclaw without labouring the point.

One mistake I've noticed: you've written "next time I get and owl" rather than "next time I get an owl".

The part about the owl being mischievous amused me.

*laughs at Binns being predictable* That's very much in-character for him. He's so boring, I'd imagine the homework he sets would be boring too. Wonder if he'd notice if the students didn't do it. I rather doubt it.

Wonder what Lucy has been through. Having Percy as a father, perhaps!

And Hugo's being a bit dramatic, assuming Teddy plans to murder them.

I wonder how he got permission to enter the school though. If a teacher knew he was coming back, they'd probably think it a bit weird. Especially if he then just disappeared.

We're learning quite a lot about the various cousins from Hugo's ponderings on whether or not to save them. That's a pretty clever way of introducing them to us.

*laughs* The Weasleys look after each other, all right, but it's also pretty dismissive to assume that they know what's best for Molly better than she does. If I was Molly and I found out about this, I'd be pretty annoyed. And if I were their parents, I'd be having a talk with them about sexism and how it's respectful to wait and see if somebody wants or needs your protection rather than just assuming you know best.

*laughs at the comment that Louis's smile indicates that he's untrustworthy* I'm interested in his character here. He is one of the characters that fandom doesn't seem to have pinned a personality on. I mean, James is often portrayed as being like his grandfather, Albus as insecure, Fred as a prankster, Lily as rather like Ginny, Lucy and Molly as either taking after their father or else as feeling like failures because they don't live up to his expectations. But Louis doesn't seem to have a stereotype.

Yeah, I wouldn't like to be Killian either. I sort of hope Molly finds them out and makes them suffer for the way they are treating him.

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