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Review:patronus_charm says:
This chapter really brought me to tears, you included so many different emotions it was just amazing really.

The beginning really did make me chuckle with Ronís encounter with Joel. It was nice to see that there could be some happier aspects of the war such as increased business for the twins. Then seeing Joelís excitement about buying secret presents for his son was so sweet and adorable. Then it led naturally to the sadder moment with George about how he couldnít invent anything anymore without Fred, and the way he said he didnít know who George was just made me want to cry out at the unfairness of it all.

The mirror thing was really interesting and such a great touch. It really showed how Georgeís emotions were still so volatile and that the grief was still seeping out of him and probably looking in a mirror will always continue to haunt him. Arthur was so sensitive then and caring, and it was a really sweet moment between those two and Ron because it showed how much they all needed to band together to keep them going despite the dead.

Even with the addition of Andromeda and Teddy, I could still sense the lack of bodies at the dinner with Remus, Tonks, Ted and Fred. That was written really beautifully again because it was done so subtly. The news about Bill and Fleur at least added some cheer to it, and hopefully this will mean that she and Molly will be alright now that she has a hand on the clock.

There were a couple of minor typos in this chapter which will probably be spotted in a read-through, but other than that, great work!


Author's Response: You're amazing. Thank you for the reviews!

I'm glad you liked Joel! I think I originally just included him as a little plot-filler, but then I got this picture of him in my head, and I thought he was great.

George... he makes me so sad. In all honesty, I've sped up the timeline of his and Angelina's relationship in my headcanon by quite a lot because I want him to be happy.

I'm glad you liked the mirror thing, and didn't think it was really chiche or anything. I just couldn't imagine losing someone that close to me and then having my own face be a constant reminder of it.

I wish we got more in the books between Arthur and his children. He seems like a fantastic (yet awkward and embarrassing) father.

Oh god. Typos. I'm currently editing, and... oh god. I have trouble reading this. I can't believe these chapters are published in their current condition (hides).

Thank you so much! I'll probably say that again and again but really!

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