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Review:FredWeasleyIsMyKing says:
Sorry to be clogging up your unanswered reviews page in this manner but you write too much of an addicting story :P

I really enjoyed this first scene. It kind of felt like watching a mission impossible film or something daft like that but it was so good and realistic. Ms Dynt is particularly horrible. She reminded me of Umbridge, wanting to make sure Harry/Bixby was doing as he was supposed to be but not wanting to get her hands dirty. I love the whole set up Harry went through to make it convincing. Just awesome. I love how you gave Bixby such an interesting back story though. you didn't just have him be a character that was just mentioned in passing, we learnt so much about him in such few words and it was really interesting. I really have to commend you for that!

Poor Hermione's still really struggling. I'm still dying to know about this girl yelling cripple though. Its really got my interest.

I love the kind of contrast you have going on here between Draco and Scorpius and Harry and Albus. It's obvious Scorp and Al are concerned about whats happening and want to protect their families and love ones, and while Harry and Draco feel the same, it's interesting to see how much they react differently. Dracos obviously a lot more frightened than Harry.

Again, I love the light heartedness of the last little bit (except of course Flints murder but no one liked him so that's okay) Harry might burst into flames if he sits with the sneaky snakes. Loyal to the end, that's what you've got to love! The message he left made me smile, very immature but very much needed.

Lauren :)

Author's Response: Sorry? Lauren, the last thing on earth you should do is apologize! :p I love this!

I had an amazing time writing Harry's infiltration of the Minister's office. From start to finish, it was non-stop fun for me. I got to throw in some strange little ideas that never would have fit anywhere else, like using a Sneakoscope or mentioning Mundungus Fletcher.

Arabela Dynt does have a few shades of Umbridge in her. She's a lifelong Ministry career climber and she's not afraid to step on other people along the way.

You'll find out abut the little girl crying "cripple!" fairly soon. I hope it's worth the wait.

You know, I didn't start out thinking about the contrast between the two father-son pairs when I wrote this. I think it dawned on me while I was going through the beta read. Sometimes it's better to be lucky than good. ;)

You have to weave some light-hearted moments into a story like this. Otherwise it gets way too depressing.

Thanks for another lovely review!

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