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Review:MargaretLane says:
I guess Balladanis wasn't doing anything illegal or he'd hardly deliver them right to Harry.

Hmm, it's weird that Petunia and Vernon would admit to Marge that their grandson was a wizard when they were so worried she might find out about Harry.

And Kaden's parents really should take more care to keep him (and Bethany) safe. I mean, this is a woman who has her dogs attack children just for amusement. She is not a safe person to have your children around.

*laughs at the Dark Arts not taking holidays*

And yeah, I was thinking that Hagrid would bring in a dragon, but he wouldn't think it WAS dangerous. Balladanis obviously does,

Calling vampires and werewolves really terrifying creatures in a class where there is a vampire and werewolf present is rather insensitive to say the least.

And something has just occurred to me. How does Balladanis KNOW Linda is a vampire? It's hardly just coincidence that he always looks at her when mentioning Dark creatures. But the Australian Headmaster wanted it kept quiet, for obvious reasons and you'd think Balladanis have told Kendrick. For one thing, as a teacher, it would be his job to tell things like that. Otherwise, he'd be in major trouble if Linda bit somebody and it came out that he'd known. Plus, he is so concerned about Dark creatures that I can't see him thinking "oh well, it'd be mean to tell on her. I'll risk my job to keep her secret."

Apart from the question of how he found out her secret anyway, if the rest of the Hogwarts staff doesn't know.

That adds to my suspicions that he may be Lubar. He must really have been in Australia to have found that out so early AND Lubar might well have reasons to want it kept quiet.

Well, there could be a point to having it turn into a werewolf if Matt is wrong, since he's only a werewolf one night a month.

I was WONDERING why you didn't explain the murder of Torro. I assumed it was Washburn and wondered if it was supposed to be obvious and I'd missed something. I thought maybe it was to get Harry to the school, so Washburn could find out from him where the Hallows were. Of course, he couldn't know Harry would take over as teacher, but a murder would probably lead to a visit at least from the head of the Auror Department. As an explanation, that wasn't very complete though, so it's interesting to know that there is a greater mystery about it.

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