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Review:MissMdsty says:
This just keeps getting better and better. I loved Arthur in this. He is such an amazing role model and father figure that doesn't get nearly as much attention as he deserves in the books. But like we saw with Bill in the last chapter, he now has to step up to the plate and be the head of his family even though he has to walk over what other Order members are saying. I somehow find the idea of Kinglsey being in charge strange. I don't know why but it doesn't sit okay with me.

Ron was incredibly written. We all see how he is a joker and he does some pretty random stuff, but the loss of Harry is the loss of innocence for so many and in his mind there was more worry for Hermione, wounded and alone, than for his brother. I can also understand that, because while Charlie has a whole family to worry about getting him out, Hermione has nobody. Not even her parents know who she is.

Author's Response: I actually really liked how Arthur's character appeared in this story -- I didn't set out any characterization guidelines when I started writing him, but I am pleased with what he turned into. I'm happy you liked him, too!

I think sometimes people don't give Ron enough credit; they portray him as comic relief all the time, and though he obviously does have his funny moments, there is a serious side to him, too. He is very mature, especially at this point in his life. And I love your comment about Hermione having no one, because although it's quite sad, it's very true.

Thank you so much for this review! :) ♥

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