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Review:marauderfan says:
I'm so glad I randomly decided to click on this fic - I love it so far! It's so refreshing to see something that's set post-Hogwarts about characters in their twenties. And I completely identify with Edie as well, what with already making plans to become a cat lady. I'm in the same boat - the post-graduation "what am I even doing with my life, while my friends are all successful and I'm clueless" boat.

I also want to say how much I love the fact that you main character is a feminist. As a fellow feminist it is wonderful to see characters like her :) I hope she goes to that protest anyway, despite what Mr Ward says. (Maybe she can create a robot of herself that mans the refreshment table while she champions female goblins' rights.)

Ok that's my thoughts about the story so far, now for this chapter: Viktor Krum... OR IS HE? Based on his accent switching to Scottish, I think that's actually Oliver and now Edie is going to be interviewing him and heheheh things are going to get interesting. I can't WAIT until she walks in for the interview and probably wants to punch him. I do wonder why he was pretending to be Krum though.

So far I really like Edie's narration, and she seems to be that person whom just nothing goes right for her! But I love when she shouted "Father Christmas" at Rose, that had me laughing! Also, random side note, when she turned on the jukebox to Talking Heads I could totally see it being the song Life During Wartime and Edie's cleaning up the bar listening to "this ain't no party, this ain't no fooling around" to sum up a greeeat night, lol.

Okay I think I'm done rambling for now but expect to see me back here again with more rambly reviews in the future. Just added this story to my favourites and I'll definitely keep reading! :)

Author's Response: Yay for random clickings! They have brought me to some of my favorite HPFF stories of all time. And, uh, can we start a cat-lady support group?

I really wanted to write this to push my feminist agenda, haha. Really, I want people (regardless of gender) to realize that feminism isn't this thing you sign up for, like a voting party--it's just whether you innately think that everyone (again, regardless of gender) should be completely equal. It's not all burning bras or hating men or any of that... basically I want people, especially younger readers, to understand that it's not this horrible idea!

Hmmm... Is he Viktor Krum?! (No, he isn't, as you now surely know.) It takes quite a few chapters to figure out why Oliver was pretending to be Krum, but basically he was just trying to get a laugh out of his team mates and make them like him (wee insecure lad that he is.)

Yeeeahh! That would be a great song! I don't know exactly which one I was thinking of (it's different every time, and I wanted to leave it open to the reader) but I love that idea.

Yay, future rambly reviews! I always love them. ♥

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