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Review:Bronykatnisshermionie says:
UPDATE UPDATE UPDATE!! Love this so much. All the characters are written to Perfection.
One thing, a little more repetitiveness:
"Having an uncle who ran a joke shop really did come in handy sometimes. Not really being a practical joker, it wasn’t as much use to her as to some of her cousins or even her brother, but there were occasions when it truly was a God-send. And this was one of them.

Not being a practical joker also meant her mother was far less likely to suspect what she was planning to do. Rose doubted she’d even remembered she had Extendable Ears, but they were among the few Weasleys’ products she found really worth having, along with the Unnoticeable Notes and some of the less amusing ones like their quills and the reusable hangman."
You use the phrase "not being a practical joker" twice, quite close together. However, I had to really pick around to find that so :D:D:D:D
I love the idea of having a statue, it sounds like the sort of thing that really would happen. Lupin being my favourite character and I did atchually go Yay!! at that.
Another amazing chapter, I'm beginning to forget this is a fanfic.

Author's Response: I'm currently working on Chapter 3. It was a little bit awkward and I'm busy enough at the moment so it'll probably be a week or two before it's up, but shouldn't be too long.

Thanks for the constructive criticism. Will see if there's any way I can rephrase that.

Remus is probably my second favourite character after Dumbledore, though actually this memorial only came to mind when I was halfway through writing this chapter. It's going to play a pretty significant part now though.

Gryffin_Duck had a commemoration of the Battle of Hogwarts in her series (which is excellent, by the way), so I'd been kind of thinking there should be something, but I was afraid I'd end up sort of subconsciously copying from hers if I tried to do one and there was sort of other stuff going on around the 20th anniversary anyway. But then this occurred to me. And when we commemorated the bicentenary of 1798, there were things going on throughout the year, so it seemed plausible.

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