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Review:APerkins says:
Ok. I think you did really well writin about Hermione and her struggle with not wanting to hate everyone but choosing to hate everyone as the better alternative to giving into the pain so that she can find Rose.
It's one thing to sacrifice yourself. It is harder to sacrifice others, and that harder sacrifice is what Hermione was willing to make if it meant findiing her daughter. Strong woman hermione.

still feeling Rons side kickiness. I think I will have to start an underdog club.

Also cause i dont like to be misleading. That whole pharmacist thing? Im not a pharmacist - well... probably not in the way you think.
My shirt says Im a surgeon, an ophthalmologist, an internal medicine consultant, a pharmacist a physio, a chiropractor, a dermatologist, an anaesthesiologist a grief counsellor, a financial advisor, a pathologist, a zoonotic disease expert, a ... and the list goes on to list about a billion other roles :)
Its a cool shirt.

Author's Response: That sounds like one heck of a shirt. Unless you wear an XXL, the font must be really small. ;)

I agree that Ron is a bit side-kicky in this chapter. It tends to happen whenever he's in the same place with Harry and Hermione at the same time. Guilty as charged.

Hermione is willing to sacrifice everything -- up to and including her own life -- to save Rose and Octavia. I think you're right that the sacrifice she makes to keep the dragon from destroying her is probably harder in a lot of ways that just letting herself die.

Thanks for reading and reviewing!

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