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Review #1, by TheHeirOfSlytherin Chapter One

13th January 2014:
Hey, I'm back. :)

I love Ron already; he seems confident in his abilities, but not overly so that he's a jerk. The people he's with have faith in him, as does Harry: I kind of wish Kingsley would have the same faith in Ron, but I don't know exactly what's going on (if he has his reasons or something).

It's interesting to see him work with Muggles, I look forward to finding out what he does for them.

The end was a surprise; the different places they've heard of. I wonder what's going on there.

Great chapter! :)

Sam.

Author's Response: Hi. Thanks. Yes, I liked writing Ron as a bit more grown up. The problem with Kingsley won't be properly resolved until Part 3 when Harry really gets to the bottom of things. I've just finished the first complete draft and Kingsley's explanation is one of the things I need to expand. I should be ready to begin posting fairly soon. Thanks again.

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Review #2, by TheHeirOfSlytherin Introduction and Prologue

6th December 2013:
Hey, there!

So, I saw your story Raven's Call on Recently Added and I thought it was interesting and cool, so was said it didn't have reviews, but wanted to come read this first and I'm even more sad that this has no reviews either.

I really enjoyed this first chapter; it felt action packed and intense even though there was no actual action (e.i. fighting or seeing the bad guys). The pace seemed really fast and helped me to understudy that something was going to happen to Proudfoot. That was cool.

I'm very interesting in knowing exactly what he was doing and curious about this blackmailer. I can't wait to keep reading.

Also, I think it's so cool that it's in Ron's PoV. He's a very under appreciated character, which is sad, but I love him. :D

Sam.

Author's Response: Hi. Thanks for reviewing. Yes, I enjoyed writing from Ron's POV. I wanted to show Ron's growing independence and growing disenchantment from parts of the Ministry

I'm afraid Proudfoot's fate won't be solved until Part 3, but of course it was this incident that started Harry's investigation. Proudfoot was sent to clean up any evidence before any authorities became aware. This was a test that went wrong (which is why he was alone and arrived in such a hurry) but he was expecting something similar to happen only on a much smaller scale. The scale is important.

Far too soon to give any hints about the blackmailer, but Proudfoot wasn't the only one involved in this enterprise. The inference being, others might have been coerced into helping.

Thanks again.


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