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Review:Pixileanin says:
That scene with Petunia really explains a lot about her character. No one should WANT to hurt the poor kitty. That Petunia was willing to do so shows that she is also the type of person to lash out at people when the situation arises. I feel sorry for Lily, having to deal with such a sister. The fact that Petunia doesn't think things through the way she should probably makes Lily excuse her behavior more than she ought to. And also, that Lily was more concerned about cheering up her sister shows a lot about Lily as well. She truly has a kind heart.

I'd love to hear all those secrets those students had to give away to pass through the door. All those red faces at the meeting sure must have been amusing. But then the meeting turned pretty dark, especially with Frank there to give an eyewitness account.

I really like your descriptions of how Lily sees the relationships around her. This being a story about Lily/James and the things they deal with in their seventh year, it's nice to see Lily's progression in her mind about how her friends get along with each other. I think it's a sweet way to tell the story without a lot of undue angst or drama. Thank you for being gentle with them.

James' parents are both fearsome and incredibly optimistic at the same time. How do they do that? I want to know. I suppose it's because they are older and have more patience than any of us can fathom. Oldness does that to a person, I'm told. ;)

Another lovely chapter, with things boiling in the background.

Author's Response: Ahh you are the first person to comment on the Kitty! THANK YOU. She's throwing a snowball at a small little animal to lash out, then uses the excuse that it didn't belong in their yard. Sure, she's not hanging it by it's tail or anything.. but it's still mean. And it's just a small look into how easy it is for her to forget what she knows is right and wrong, or ignore it. Why she'll eventually be okay with emotionally and verbally abusing an orphan for 11 years. Seriously, I could hug you for noticing the bit about the kitty, haha.

I'm so happy you like that it focuses on a kind of a different level than normal teenage drama. Not that I don't think there's plenty of drama going around the school, I just don't think the group would pay much attention to it with things going the way they are.

That's exactly what I keep in mind when writing Olivia and William... that they're near 80. They've witnessed too much to believe the world is full of butterflies, but they've also been given so much, they both stayed alive during their auror days then had the son they thoughts they were much too old to conceive... so they kind of have this underlying sense of peace. Hmm none of that makes sense does it? I could just hug those two sometimes. haha

Have I told you lately that your reviews are amazing? ♥


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