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Review:patronus_charm says:
School is beginning to eat up my time again, so if I donít reappear for ages itís because of that and not that I donít like the story :P

Lockhart has a son? Hmm, Iím really intrigued to meet him now! This chapter had so many other great moments such as Clemence hinting she fed the plants the newspaper and then the 5 foot rule, just these little moments really make it great. I dread to think what Albus bribed the Quidditch players with to do this. I mean, are they that suicidal they want to do it out of free will? After all, he is turning out to be a little on the evil side :P

I really loved Clemenceís little speech about not caring about anyone or thing. Yes, the subject of the speech was a little sad to think that she had so little feeling about anything but I felt as if I got a glimpse of the real Clemence. Sure, it might not be true, after all, she is a journalist who are prone to lying (well, in England they are :P) and she was just saying that to get out Albus off her case or to prove a point or whatever quite frankly, but it did show she had some insecurities and it would be interesting to see more of them.

Ahahahaha I seriously donít know whether Albus is going insane or heís just smoked something. I mean, can he really expect Clemence to rule them? I really want to know why heís got such a big vendetta against them. I can sense thereís something more (now I feel like Trelawney) and the suspense of waiting is just about killing me. I canít wait to see whether this plan works out or not. Another great chapter :D


Ooh forgot to mention but, Flitwick singing = pure genius!

Author's Response: I figured Lockhart might've had a cousin or someone else who carried the name :D wizarding world being as small as it is. Though memory loss wouldn't stop Lockhart from ah, being responsible for shimmying out a few sons.

Suicidal? Nah. Totally, utterly desperate? Describes just about everyone in Hogwarts, in some manner :P

I get Clemence's speech because it's a very easy sad reality to succumb to. Some people get depressed by thinking this way and others like Clemence use it like an excuse. It's good to keep a grain of this thought--because reality is sometimes sad--but too much of anything limits your worldview, and even Clemence is disgusted by her own extremes. These double-digit chapters are where a lot of Clemence's insecurities come to light--and there are so many. It's the fun part of playing with first person because at the same time, she's very good at denying them or twisting them into something positive, so I have to figure out a way to show them in the narrative.

Thank you again, Kiana ^__^

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