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Review:Whimsical Diva says:
I just read your response to my previous review, and just so you know, JK did mention that at some point Ron did go back to work as an Auror, after a few years in the joke shop. So it's quite canon that in 2024, Ron might be an Auror.

You know, your explanation in this chapter as to why Albus chose Slytherin ... I think it comes closest to the most probable canon explanation. I think there are some pretty strong hints from JK that he might be in Slytherin, and I honestly can't think of any other probable reason, other than, well, his meeting and Liking Scorpius(the only one not to have fawned all over him?) before the Sorting. Let's not forget, one of the main reasons Harry chose Gryffindor over Slytherin was because of Ron's opinions on Slytherin on the train. You're on pretty solid ground there.

Poor Rose. If Lisa betrays this lot, then all the guilt would've been for nothing. In fact, I'm really waiting for Lisa's secret to come out in the wash now.

Can't also wait to find out more about Astoria. Always thought she isn't as pure as driven snow as Scorpius seems to think she is... Will be cool if SHE's the one Thane is insinuating about.

Author's Response: Hm, did she? I never caught in which order he was with the Aurors, then the joke shop. The story put him there in 2014, and it would seem odd if, in his 30s, he then went back to the Aurors. Unless he went to the joke shop when he and Hermione had the kids, as she would work a busy career, and then went back to the Aurors once they were both in Hogwarts... yes. I will headcanon that. Victory!

I agree there are some insinuations from JK of him being Slytherin, and as you say above is about the only way I see it working with what we can predict. It's still an enormous lunge for Albus, who (unlike Harry) would have a lot more baggage of pro-Gryffindor, and family already there.

Rose understands her guilt is partly about abusing privacy horribly. So I think she's more likely to be guilty that she abused Lisa's privacy and didn't even find the answer - like, if you're going to do bad, at least do bad right, you know? We'll see.

You're not alone in being suspicious of Astoria. Certainly some of the characters are, too. Thanks for reviewing!

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