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Review:Courtney Dark says:
I don't think I really like Lucy very much, I'm sorry to say! I don't hate her with a fiery passion or anything, but she seems much too like a young Percy for my liking!

Harry's POV was written perfectly, as usual! He is just SO Harry, it's actually unbelievable. And I really enjoyed reading his conversation with Neville and Dumbledore's portrait, too. I wonder if they will reform the Order of the Phoenix.

Okay, I may be waaay off now but I am extremely suspicious about this Arabela woman. I have a sneaking suspicion (and I may be completely wrong here) that she is somehow linked to Lady T. Last chapter Lady T was talking about (and I can't remember how it was worded exactly) about putting her plan to action with some people within the Ministry (I'm sure you know what I'm talking about here, even if I don't word it very well). Then in this chapter, Percy seems to be having his mind meddled with, and there are all these connections between him and Lady T popping up! Gah, I'm so confused!

Maybe you just shouldn't read this review in case I'm embarrassing myself with either completely ridiculous or obvious theories...

Moving on!

Okay, I'm guessing that potion that Cepheus Black was talking about is a fake? So, like so many people, he is just a puppet?

Great chapter!
Courtney:)

Author's Response: Hi, there! Can you believe it? I'm finally caught up.

Lucy did indeed inherit some of her father's tendencies. Not necessarily all the bad ones, but enough to be annoying. Hermione knows how to manage her, though.

The Order of the Phoenix does have a future in this story, for sure. I'm glad you liked that conversation. I always get a little nervous when I have to try to write Dumbledore. He's very intimidating to try to capture!

I definitely wouldn't say that you're wrong to be suspicious of Arabela. There does seem to be a connection there. In good time, you'll see what it is. ;) And poor Percy is having a hard time keeping his head on straight. An awful lot going on.

Of course I read your review, and I enjoyed it a great deal! There's no such thing as embarrassing, you're just thinking out loud.

Cepheus, aka Xerxes the Seer, is basically just a big fraud. An old-money pureblood pretending to be a wizarding wireless shock jock and making up most of the details as he goes along. The only reason I wrote that section is because a lot of readers, for some reason, seemed to think that Xerxes the Seer was the mastermind behind the New Blood Order. He isn't. Definitively.

So glad you're enjoying the story. You're almost halfway home at this point. Thanks!


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