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Review:TheHeirOfSlytherin says:
Very creative way to get into the Ministry, go Ron! I especially loved that it almost goes perfectly, until the end, then something goes wrong, as their plans normally do, and Susan helps them. It reminded me of their plans in DH, the first time the broke into the Ministry and their other plans. But how did Susan know they were there? And as the Zabinis? Did she see?

She knocked Percy out! I'm glad... Well, not for Percy being knocked out and kind of framed, poor Percy, but I'm glad he didn't do it.

I feel like Hermione; I don't know how I feel seeing Harry with anyone other than Ginny. It's really strange and while I don't hate Esme, I just don't know if I could handle it. Partly because I love Harry/Ginny so much and partly because Harry's attraction stems from Esme reminding Harry of Ginny; if he is to ever end up with her, and I'd accept it, I hope it's because of something really about her and not Ginny, that would be unfair and sad for Esme, I think.

That was a longer-than-I-thought-non-rant about them, sorry. Anyway, I enjoyed seeing other parts of Harry's life (the essential point of the paragraph was to get here :P) and this was an amazing chapter. :D


Author's Response: Ron and Hermione's infiltration was definitely inspired by what happened in DH, with a twist to make it apropos to the current situation. Susan realized what was going on, I believe, because as an Auror she would have known that Zabini was still outside of the country.

No, Percy didn't kill Edwin Stoops. But why did she want him to believe that he did? ;)

There's obviously a ton of ambivalence there. I think nearly anyone would feel the same in her place. Esme does remind Harry of Ginny in a lot of ways, but mostly the good ones.

I'm glad you like the way it was built up. Thanks for reading and reviewing!

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