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Review:Jchrissy says:
I can't believe I never reviewed this during the house cup!

Well one thing is certain, I want more stories from you! This was such a wonderful piece. You mixed anxiety with a bit if dry humor so well and your characterizations were superb.

I loved that Ginny was the one to get it all started and how pushy and fiery she is in this. That really fits in so well with her character. And Neville's reluctance to sort of acceptance it all. His suggestion about what to do with the sleeping draught was so funny, and Luna! She's such a difficult character but you captured her so well in this.

Oh gosh. I wanted that entire end scene to be a movie so much. Watch it play out on my head was awesome as well, and I just couldn't get the look Snake must've had on his face when Neville told him what they were looking for out of my head.

This was such a fun piece, I hope you write more works eventually ♥

Author's Response: HEEY! You can't imagine how happy I was when I clicked my account and saw that you left me a review. Yours is the first random review I ever got. It's made me squeal in delight, more so because of the praise you've given me :D

I never get tired of hearing that my characterization is right. You can't believe how much I fret about that. I think that everything else from grammar to spelling and punctuation marks can be easily learned or corrected, but a good characterization when you write in an already established universe is not so easy to fix. So THANK YOU for helping me improve my confidence in my grip of the characters.

I've always imagined that it was Ginny who first sparked the idea of reviving Dumbledore's Army, so it wasn't hard to imagine that she had been the first to make the proposition of breaking into Snape's office and stealing Harry's rightful sword.

I felt that even though Neville grew so much in all his years at school he would still be somewhat afraid of Snape. This is SNAPE we're talking about! His worst nightmare, his perpetual torment. I couldn't have him waltz into Snape's office too casually, like it was nothing. I am sure he must have been anxious and more than doubtful if the idea was any good at all.

It's funny you should mention the end scene because that's how it played in my head as well. The whole piece had a sort of action type of feeling and pace and the end was the climax of everything that had been built up until that moment. I'm glad you imagined it like that because that's how I intended it to be ^^

I will get around to writing more, I promise. I'm already planning two WIP's ;)
Thanks so so much for making my day perfect Jami. You are a sweetling!

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