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Review:DancingMooncalf says:
Hey there,

I think you do a really good job wirting children. They are very realistic, reacting the way children do. That's great, because not everybody here gets it right.

The more I read about Greg the more I like him, and the more I think he's going to be an amazing teacher. He reminds me of a younger, less troubled version of professor Lupin, comforting the children and showing them he believes in them. Those are amazing qualities for a teacher.

Little Rosie made me smile, asking a thousand questions at once. I, for one, know children tend to do that. In real live it makes me smile too. It's one of the things I like about children.

I love Albus, a little shy and unsure but willing to help. That's what I would have though he'd be like. A boy with great potential who just has to learn to believe in himself.
I've got the feeling he will end up in Slytherin in this story...

You're making sure in this story people won't see that house as the root of all evil, which is good, because it has become this kind of stereotypical bad house. Almost nobody seems to think of the qualities that Slytherins have, which is sad. Everything and everyone has two sides and both should be seen and concidered before judging.

That was my little rant about the Slytherin house (though I would be a Hufflepuff if I were to go to Hogwarts, I score it 99% of the times I take a test). And with this I wanted to conclude my review!

Thanks for the great read and re-request if you want!


Author's Response: Hi there. Thanks again for your review, and glad you like the characters. We've a few more to meet though, before we head for Hogwarts, and they're all important to the storyline, so try to keep them straight in your head!

Make sure you bear in mind that whilst first impressions of children (and indeed anyone) count for a great deal, there's often a lot more beneath the surface.

I have to say I'm Slytherin through and through; I can't see any way I'd sort out anywhere else. As you quite rightly point out, nothing says you have to be evil to be a Slytherin.

I'll go re-request now :-)


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