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Review:teh tarik says:
Hello Sarah :) First, I have to say that your story really made me smile! It's such a lovely fluffy and sweet story with a very youthful and lively voice, and the theme of finding a place you belong is such a lovely, gratifying one. There were many things which made me giggle a little, such as Molly being the rebel daughter of the rigid, uptight Percy, who also happens to be the Minister for Magic. It can't be good publicity for him, having such a difficult and troublesome daughter. But it turns out that all Molly needs is a place where she can feel at home, where she can be comfortable and she can let her artistic talents develop. And Salem Witch Institute really does seem like the place for her.

I like how she goes into so much detail about her shopping; she is a normal teenage girl after all, and it does make sense that she gets so excited and eager about the things she buys. I also really enjoyed your description of the Salem Witch Institute, and how luxurious and clean and swanky it seems, with the mineral walls and the gleaming gilded frames of portraits and the lovely village the school is situated at, full of flowers and trees. It seems like such an idyllic place to be, a kind of almost-too-perfect utopia, but then again, I guess with the magical world, anything is possible :)

I've got a question: since Salem Witch Institute is a couple of thousand years old, and it is the youngest school in the States, that would mean the school and all other magical schools were founded by Native Americans? :) Well, that's a very wonderful thought.

I do hope you continue to develop this piece into a longer story :) This is a lovely fic and a great HC entry! Great work :)


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