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Review:toomanycurls says:
I'm writing this in reverse of the chapter (in case this seems especially odd). Your author's note made me laugh. I've been wondering that bout my later chapters in a few fics. I'm sure people are still a reading. ^_^

I really enjoyed Arthur and Molly's discussion and her insistence that love would bring Sadie around. I'm glad they know how much of a positive influence their family had on Harry.

The memory of Sadie in NYC is quite moving. The line "Hope won" put a bit of optimism and well, hope, into the story. I'm taking it as a foreshadowing of the theme for the story (battle between hope and fear).

Fred and George are hilarious - thinking of all the uses of sign language.

I really like how Harry and Sadie connect. I thought it was a bit more insight than Harry usually shows when he connected the dots between visiting the library and likely homelessness. Though, he does show that ability in HBP and DH. It does add a lot of empathy to their interaction so I like it.

Arthur's leading questions worked really well. It allowed for the discussion to add details that needed to be shared in a way that fit with how I could see him prodding the discussion.

I *love* that NYC has the highest population of magical folks in US - so fitting.

I can only imagine how overwhelming the Burrow must have been for Sadie. It'd be overwhelming for anyone but adding in her traumatic past and isolation I'm glad she did as well as she did.

Awkward Harry = hilarious. ^_^

I really loved this chapter. It's a great meeting and introduction narrative.

Author's Response: Oh yeah, the author's note. LOL. I was just looking at my review count and I had like 23 for the first chapter, and 2 for the last one I'd posted. I felt like I sure must have done something really wrong, for that many people to stop coming back. Hehehehe.

Glad you enjoyed Molly and Arthur's conversation. I love writing the two of them. They are so perfect for each other, and such a team. But sometimes our only glimpses of them are as parents. Which of course they are, but it's also nice to see them as individual characters as well.

Oh, you are good at picking out themes. Keep that thought around...

As for the twins - well, we all know I love them, so of course they had to be a little devious.

You're right that I probably had Harry being a LITTLE more insightful and mature than he probably was at that age, but I guess we'll just call it a plot device. And I do hope I can write them coming to be friends convincingly.

I had fun thinking of the NYC stuff. It's going to play a big role in later sections of this huge saga of fic, and I wanted to make sure it was established from the beginning so people would think I was just suddenly creating things to fit my plot.

Awkward Harry is kind of hilarious, isn't he? One of my favorite parts of the books is still when he tries to ask CHo to the Yule Ball and it all comes out in a rush. So true to what a 14 year old boy does.

Thanks so much for reading! You're reviews have been so much fun to read. And I promise to get you more reviews from me very soon. Still getting caught up. :D

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