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Review:alicia and anne says:
I am loving all of the inventions in this chapter, the magical glass being able to shield muggle technology is genius!
I was almost in tears at the fact that Harry set up the Remus Lupin centre at St Mungos as well as the Nymphadora Tonks fellowship, the Fred WEasley memorial and the Dobby house. Those were brilliant things to include and it's making me love this story so much more. It's so clear just how much they were cared about and how much that they're missed.

Am I going to be crying throughout this whole story? Not that I mind in the slightest! :P

I must also say that I am loving how close Ron, Hermione and Harry still are. It's great to see that after everything it's still the Golden Trio. Although something that massive happening to them would have cemented that friendship.

Harry's fear is intriguing as well, poor Harry. Can I hug him? *hugs Harry* I wonder who that man was and why he killed Ginny? Does Harry ever get a break from all of the heartbreak in his life?

Another wonderful chapter!

Author's Response: Wow, you're tough to keep up with, you know that?

I confess that I borrowed the idea of genie glass from a post-war fic that I love, but I wasn't sure I could cite it because it's non-HPFF. It doesn't factor prominently into the story, except to the extent that it lets the wizarding world move a little more into the present day. I've never been a big fan of stories where all witches and wizards are still living like it's the 1800's when it's supposed to be the 21st century.

You won't be crying throughout the entire story, I promise. At times you'll be angry. Frustrated. Hopefully laughing at least once or twice. But I also can't promise that the tears are over. :(

Feel free to hug Harry all you want. He's going to need it at certain points.

So glad you're enjoying it!


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