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Review:evil little devil says:
I would be really interested to learn how Harry came to the conclusion that torturing his son was the best thing to do. I know his intentions are good, he wants his son to be strong, and the world to be safe, but I find what he's doing completely unforgivable. I wonder, did he lose it a little after the Voldemort and the war? Does Ginny have any idea? I lack sympathy for him, and yet for Albus, who is so knowingly doing bad things, I am incredibly sympathetic. Perhaps because he was the child, and Harry as an adult should have known better.
I really adore Scorpius, which makes me scared, because I know bad things are going to happen. The amount of pain Rose shows when talking about him is worrying, and I am very curious to see how he becomes so integral to the war.

Author's Response: It's implied that Harry's training his son--but for what? That's the question ;)

We get into how much Ginny knows later on.

Again, I'm glad/surprised you find Albus a sympathetic characters. Many readers have dismissed him for the villainous char he's shaping up to be (which is also ok I guess). I've always seen him as someone with a speck of humanity, but not quite sure what to do with it. He represses a lot of what he feels, and hasn't got a very thorough grasp of himself.

I'll say nothing about Scorpius for now

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