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Review:Sharvi says:
Hey! I think I'm going to finish reading this tonight =) Anyway, I really liked the choices they made. All too often we see Draco changing completely, but humans don't change their ways so easily and old phrases come up even if we don't mean them anymore. I think you're totally justified in letting Draco call Hermione a mudblood and then make him feel guilty about it. Also, we saw that Astoria is great at understanding him when she doesn't come out and let's him get up by himself. Again, a wonderful chapter! I'm assuming they apparated at the end, so I can't wait to find out where they ended up!

Author's Response: Wow! I'm really glad that you're enjoying it so much!

I don't think it's possible for Draco to change completely. He spent the first 16 years of his life immersed in his parents' beliefs and prejudices. It's woven into the fabric of who he is. That said, the fact that he regrets what he said shows that he learned a thing or two during the war. He's a complex guy, and I tried very hard to portray that complexity.

Astoria is a pretty sharp cookie. She's doing her best to understand Draco, and sometimes interfering does more harm than good in that regard.

You'll see very soon where they end up. I hope you'll like it.

Thanks so much for sharing your thoughts and reactions!

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