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Review:Courtney Dark says:
Wow what an action packed chapter that answered so many questions and left me with so many more! I'm fairly certain that I'll have many questions and be completely mystified throughout this whole novel, which is great! I never enjoy a story if it's too predictable.

Hermione's memory was so sad:( I have to admit, I never imagined that it would be Hermione who uttered that horrible world - I guess I immediately assumed that it would be some horrible school bully. Even though you only mentioned that veteran briefly, I still felt so horrible for him - and for Hermione as well. Though I have to say that it definitely makes sense that she would get bullied as a young child.

Percy's memory was tampered with! For some reason I never saw that coming - although at least Harry, Ron and Hermione got a glimpse of Lady T. And I wonder what Hermys was going on about when he said there was someone else with Percy but didn't know how to explain it properly? I've got a feeling that I should know...perhaps I'm just a little slow on the uptake!

I laughed at the bit about Harry making a makeshift sling out of his sheets - that definitely seems like something that Harry would do! And now I am quite curious about this French witch. Will she reappear again, I wonder? I'm looking forward to finding out!

Courtney:)

Author's Response: Hello, again!

I like to trade answers for more questions. I wouldn't want you to run out, after all. ;)

Poor Hermione had a rough childhood in some respects. I definitely agree: such a brainy, precocious child definitely would have been bullied at times. I feel like the memory actually hurts her worse than it would most people because of another horrible word that's impacted her life on so many occasions since getting her Hogwarts letter: mudblood. In both cases, it's a terrible thing to say that victimizes a person based on something they really have no control over.

Yes, Percy is also something of a victim in this. Hermys is definitely onto something, the poor elf just can't quite explain what he perceives. He may not fully understand it, himself. Elves can sense many things, but their aversion to dark magic is so strong that it messes with their perception. Did I say dark magic? ;)

Poor Harry was so desperate to get out of the hospital that he was willing to try just about anything. And you'll be seeing an awful lot of the French witch. She becomes pretty important to the plot.

Yay, I'm starting to catch up! So sorry for taking so long to respond. Thanks for all of the awesome reviews!


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