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Review:nott theodore says:
Hi Kiana! I've been meaning to come and review these last two chapters for a while now, and I finally got the chance!

I love all the stereotypes and cliches that you really play up in this chapter. The house ones are especially good, like when you mention that all Gryffindors do stupid and reckless things, and that Cho Chang is logical and needs to be 'intellectually stimulated' with a new fact every time that Dean meets her. It really made me laugh to see the way that you used them in this chapter.

We've got a very complicated situation here - so many exes! Everyone seems to have gone out with someone else and now they're all trying to get revenge or get back with the person who they're in love with. I liked the way that Cho wanted to look good for her Harry. Because of course, there's nothing more important than all this drama about relationships, right? ;)

Cho and Lavender are just something else! They're both so cliche and hysterical already, desperate to get their men back, but then Lavender betrayed the sisterhood and went and stabbed Cho in the back, and now everything's descended into chaos between them! I love the way that Lavender was so airy and mystical one minute and the next she's mega angry and shouting at Cho. It was really funny to see that whole scene play out in my head!

And of course, Neville had to be the one to come along and break up the fight! Haha I've got the feeling that things are going to get even worse between them now...

Sian :)

Author's Response: Hi Sian!

Haha, that was so much fun! Especially as it was written in the run up to the House Cup and those stereotypes were floating around even more! I'm glad that you found them funny as I was worried people would fine them offensive!

I know, one which I would never want to be in! I never realised the tangle of webs JK Rowling created until reading this! Of course, the drama is what makes them. Think of Charry (if that's their ship name?) they were always crying and shouting!

I loved reading your take on the drama, it was very entertaining! In my cliche Lavender I always imagined her to be like that, as Trelawney was a little like that in the books.

Hmm, I guess you know the ending now, but I still won't say more! Thanks for this amazing review!


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