In a letter (early into the chapter): "Despite your appalling behaviour at Christmas, the Rosiers have not decided you are [an] unsuitable suitor",
I suggest revising this sentence.Author's Response: Thankyou for the extensive and comprehensive review Monica! Report Review
It mostly reminds me of a poem, somewhat pantheic (pantheist?) in style. I think it sweet, and flight, lovely, and romantic.Author's Response: Wow, thanks so much! I appreciate it! :D Report Review
Love James II. Absolutely love him. Most people portray him as an absolutely stuck up melodramatic prat (I can't believe I actually used such a medieval -though apt - word) but this is the best.Author's Response: Thank you! And yes, I totally agree. I hate when people portray him as this kid with no braincells and a whole lot of ego. I mean, hello! This is the child of Harry Potter and Ginny Weasley! It is pretty much impossible for him to wind up stupid >:(
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OMG. This is hilarious. Love the laughing at the teacher part. Loved last chapter's deep-and-meaningful lesson by Nott, and definitely love the What-I'm-gay convo (saw it coming, but the actual conversation was even better). Report Review
Wow. I actually thought it would either be an owl ('cause Agatha seems to be deadly afraid of them), or a dragon (we all know of Hagrid). A gerbil sounds cute. Of the sickeningly adorable can't-say-no variety.
Love the rampant Peeves and Aggy's inability to control first years, and how the B.B can put a stop to everything with just that look and stuff. Awesome. B.B's pause and somewhat long look/study of Aggy seems as if there's more to it than judging if she's alright. But I'm paranoid.
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I love the beginning rant best. Totally. It's humorous and ironic and self-absorbed, without being all angsty and stuff. Report Review
My friend, whom you apparently know as Margravine, has this down as one of her Fave Stories and has constantly pushed me to actually read it.
Now that I have, I'm hooked. I like his crazy combination of friends, and the weird conversations they have. Very stimulating flying sheep's quality wool, and such. Interesting plan of fixing Slytherin's rep. It faintly resembles Harry Potter and the New Marauders by BKL8008 in the plan to get all the Houses to do well with each other, but also quite unique in that he's practically in on it by himself.
Funny and well-written, it rocks.Author's Response: Excellent! I mean, oh dear I hope that wasn't a terrible inconvenience for you. (note: buy Margravine an imaginary shiny thing.)
Good to hear you like it! :)
I haven't read Harry Potter and the New Marauders (yet.) It must be good if you're recommending it, though, so I'll do that.
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