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Review:lilypotterfan123 says:
I am so glad you've started to write this now, when I first saw it I squeed with excitement!! I must seem like such an obsessive weirdo, anyway-
I loved the in depth description at the beginning and how you maintained a healthy amount throughout the chapter. The brief conversation that Hagrid and Moody had was great because you could just sense how awkward it was. I'm not too sure if Moody is one to do his homework but due to Hagrid being a victim to one of Riddle's crimes you'd have thought he'd be dropping hints here and there or asking questions relevant to what had happened. Yet the brief conversation worked well because I think it helped the chapter flow more.

Characterisation once again was brilliant all three of the characters were flawless especially Moody, you seem to know his character so well. I loved how he was still clinging on to the old case of Hepzibah Smith even in his youth it seemed so like him. Then I loved his thoughts on Minerva about how she's irrelevant well let's hope he changes his mind!

10/10
Bex

Author's Response: No, you don't sound like a weirdo! Unless fangirls are weird (the obsessive part is a given), and then we're all weird. :P I'm really glad that you popped into check out this story and that you've enjoyed it, too. It's great to hear that you've been excited about it (and haven't lost that excitement through reading it, lol), and I appreciate that you took the time to read and review. ^_^

My idea is that Moody doesn't know that part of the story - he doesn't even know that Riddle is involved until Dumbledore reveals that bit of information. Riddle's involvement in the death of Myrtle is, officially, that he turned Hagrid in - and since I'm using the later date of McGonagall's birth, I don't even think that crime will come into this story at all. It was originally going to, but then I changed the dates - the Smith murder will instead be the central crime (one can see Myrtle's death - an "accident" - as a starting point for Riddle from which his crimes have escalated).

Thank you again for your review! I hope that the next chapter of this story turns out as well. ^_^


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