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Review:lindslo2012 says:
Hi there!
Here for another requested review!
Wow, this was just an amazing chapter and so full of stuff that kept my eyes completely glued to the page. I felt like I was reading a chapter from JKR herself you write so dang well!
I liked the beginning a lot. That is so like Ron to joke like that in a serious situation even if it was a bit immature, it was quite hilarious. I thought it was pretty cool that all of the people from the DA are basically together again as being an Auror. it made me happy to see how well the department seems to be going with them as well.
When you started talking about the mission they were about to go on I was so into it with all the amazing detail that you put into the situation. I want to know more immediately and want to see what happens.
I think that my favorite part is when they went to the man's house and the house-elf made him dissapear and then she was free. Wow, how did your mind come up with such an interesting and awesome plot? I loved it and I hope that you have more chapters to come after this. Good job!!!
Until next time,

Author's Response: Hi, Lindsey! Always a pleasure to hear from you!

I'm glad the chapter kept you engaged. This one started off a bit slow and then picked up sharply near the end. Wow, that's a very kind thing for you to say! I really appreciate it!

Immaturity, thy name is Ron. On a more serious note, I was trying not to lose sight of the fact that all of the former D.A. members are only 21 years old. Even if they have seen and survived a lot, I don't think they should act like they're already middle-aged.

The mission was classic Harry: find out that something needs to be done when it's almost too late and then improvise on the fly. I'm glad you liked the details. I tried hard to make sure I was describing everything adequately.

I wanted poor Bizzy to serve as a tragic reminder of how cruel and merciless Jugson can be. All he had to do was order the elf to stop helping Harry and she would have had no choice but to comply. Instead he mortally injured her and sent her back to the house in Sussex, assuming that the Ministry would find her body along with all the others. The irony of the way she found her "freedom" also made an impact, I hope.

I'm ever so pleased you enjoyed it! Thanks for reading and reviewing!

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