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Review:MargaretLane says:
Oh and I didn't mention this in my last review, but I would NEVER have expected Albus to end up at his own home.

Oooh, a new teacher. I love "meeting" new teachers and seeing how they are portrayed.

LOVE the fact that although Draco seems to have changed in many ways, he still looks down on Hagrid. It makes him a deeper character to have him neither exactly the same as he was as a teen nor changed completely.

Yikes, Polyjuice is a difficult potion to teach first years. Especially in a first class. This teacher seems to have high expectations.

*laughs at McGonagall's reaction to Albus saying the teacher was getting on his nerves* I'd imagine a headmistress would be fairly shocked at a student speaking about a teacher that way.

Seems like McGonagall is somewhat sympathetic. At the very least, she doesn't punish Albus. Fair play to her for listening to his side.

Author's Response: Hi.
Thank you very very very much for that great review. I thought it would be a good idea for Albus not to go back to Hogwarts but to somewhere else which he knows well. I also thought that it would be a good way for Harry and Ginny to find out about Albus's adventures rather than through a letter. I'm glad that you didn't know that would happen because that was my aim.

I also like it when new teachers are introduced because sometimes people just stick with the old ones and don't add any. I like the way in your story that you have a new teacher called Balckburn who is quite mysterious like Professor Slano. I also like inventing personalities for the different characters.

I also thought that if I put the Polyjuice potion as the subject then it would sort of show that Drame is very expectant and strict rather that doing easy subjects such as like shrinking plants. In the second book Drame is also featured quite a bit.

Yes I didn't think that McGonnagall would take Drame's side in the Harry Potter books. He is like a typical nasty Slytherin!

Thanks again,



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