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Review:HollyStone73 says:
Yea! I loved this. I have always wished that JK Rowling would have have given us some insight to what was happening back at the castle the 7th year. I love that you showcase Ginny's determination and "Weasleyness" in her disregard for the rules for what is just and right. The best of this was Neville, however. This story just showcases his final resolve to overcome his greatest fear (Snape) and I feel completely his long journey at Hogwarts where he started as a sniveling scardey-cat and ends it as the hero who kills Nagini. Awesome job!

Author's Response: Hey Holly! Thanks for taking the time and reading my little one shot!

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is a HUGE missing moment in itself. Not only we don't know much of what's going on at Hogwarts but we only hear snippets of the outside world as well. You could write novels upon novels while focusing on the events in that year solely. I agree that it would have been nice to know more about what was happening behind the closed doors of the castle (maybe we will when DH is released on Pottermore?) but in a way I'm glad that JK didn't offer us more. It leaves more room for our own stories ;)

Aww, thanks for the compliments regarding my characterization. I feel a great relieve hearing that more and more people find my take on the characters accurate. It's hard writing characters that were pretty central to the books. You have that pressure of keeping them as IC as you can.

Neville is a sweetheart isn't he? He has grown so so much on me throughout the books, that at the end of DH he was definitely one of my favourites, up there with Snape!

Again I thank you for the feedback!

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