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Review:MargaretLane says:
Love the comment about Hagrid's low blood sugar.

And hmm, I assumed Squiggle was murdered by the Carrows or on their orders, in which case the Ministry would probably be totally behind it. Looks like it may be a little more complicated.

*laughs* He knows where the kitchens are in two buildings in Italy, so he assumes they are to be found there in all buildings. Not exactly a promising start.

So do the Parkinson sisters have the same father? If so, did he have an affair with Pansy's stepmother while married to Peony's, as it appears they are the same age? I know this isn't all to be taken too seriously, but I'm wondering about that.

I really like the way you include the background to that comment Neville made about how he got one of this injuries. And it does sound like something the Carrows would do - making everybody spy into other people's family history to try and find any skeletons in anybody's closet. I would imagine people like Neville would falsify anything they found that could harm their classmates though.

And gosh, you really have portrayed Peony's naivety, when she assumes Alecto Carrow will answer that question seriously or even that Neville genuinely meant it as a question and not as a critique of the Carrows.

*laughs at the way she "begins to feel uncomfortable" when her classmates are tortured* Especially since what seems to be concerning her most isn't the disproportionate reaction but rather the fact that Neville didn't break a written rule.

Hmm, I'm wondering what that sudden glance of Roderick means. Seems like there's more than one mystery here.

I'm starting to see a sort of pattern in your stories of mysterious happenings and very original ideas. You add a lot of details that don't exist in the books. And you DEFINITELY keep us in suspense, even when what you are writing is really a parody.

Author's Response: Aww, don't pick on Terrence. He's a sweet guy. Maybe a little misguided about the general state of floorplans in the world, but still sweet.

Yes, the Parkinson sisters have the same father. I think I get to that somewhere in the story. Can't remember. It's been a while. And please, don't take anything in this story too seriously. :P

Peony is majorly in the dark about a lot of things. It made her more fun to play with that way. And she has this thing about rules...

I like mysteries and finding new ways of presenting old things. I guess if I had a style, that would be one way of describing it. lol!

Thanks for another lovely review!

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