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Review:One for the Ages says:
Okay reached the end, thank you speed reading, and here's my review.


Harry and Ginny's relationship, even through the hiccups.


Some of the goings on at the Ministry around the Auror's office. There's more to the story than has been observed so far and I think its going to draw in far more people than it originally entailed.

Ron, though I wish he'd stood up to Hermione more when she started being a jackhole.

Weasley family dynamics, good people who aren't always right despite being good.


The idea that Draco could work in the Ministry. He was part of genocidal hate group that overthrew the legitimate government. Exactly what moron would allow him back in the Ministry?

Hermione's rapid transition to Death Eater apologist despite her well established character traits of being completely unforgiving. She was kinder to Draco than she was to Rita or Marietta even though his crimes were magnitudes higher. Hermione even ignored that Draco was one of the people who abused Dobby in her desire to pander to him. She became a complete sell out and try to frame it as sympathy.

Author's Response: Yes, talk about speed reading :D'

I'm very happy you like Harry and Ginny's relationship. They're one of my favourite couples so it's really lovely to hear that.

And Charlie too. I do find him very interesting. I'm glad you like him in this story.

There is definitely more to the story about the Ministry and Ron's latest assignment. We will find out in due time...

I'm very glad you like Ron too, and the Weasley family.

As for Draco getting a job, I'm not sure if you remember, but he was never convicted as a Death Eater, because of Harry talking in his favour (this is according to JKR). In this story, Hermione's boss, the head of the department that hires Draco, mentions that because he was never convicted, she can't refuse to hire him because of his background (a non-discrimination policy, I guess). I hope that clarifies why he was hired to start with.

As for Hermione, I suppose I told you my view about the whole thing in my reply to your previous review. But I think she's grown up a lot since she did that thing to Rita Skeeter, and I think she too will agree that punishing Marietta was a mistake (especially since they used Veritaserum on her, didn't they?) At this point, Hermione was 14-15, and she hadn't been in a war or seen all the things she had. I think she's learned a thing or two about forgiveness since then. I had a boy in my school who was incredibly mean and as a kid, I just disliked him, not even considering where it was all coming from. Now I understand that your family background and your parents have so much to do with who you become. I think Hermione would realize that about Draco too. I guess in his case he will never really break free from the world they raised him in. But I think people are being way too hard on him. And giving him a chance to change, in my opinion, makes Hermione a better person, not worse.

But hey, we all have different opinions, and I love that you told me yours. Thank you so much for reading the story and for taking the time to review xx

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