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Review:Aiedail says:
I think I laughed out loud at like seventeen parts of this story. Leave it to Neville Longbottom to disobey Hogwarts' one and only cut-and-dry rule! And "Accio Dragon" had me in fits. Neville is hilarious, and your intelligent humour is clear to be seen in this energetic one-shot.

The hyperbole of this and Neville's adorableness were such a wonderful combination. Neville getting the door that looks like death and then there are tulips and cottages on the other side. OFC. And his infallible logic flip-flopping all over the place--but the blast-ended skrewts, I can't! Oh, wait, I destroyed a horcrux, this is going to be a piece of cake. He's so lovable and very, very canon. I can easily imagine JKR's Neville growing up and being the Neville you present here.

The imagery here is superb. I had a really entertaining and clear understanding of what was happening spatially, which has been a real problem in some of the other HC entries. SO BRAVO SARAH, BRAVO.

Also, the prompts, you responded to them perfectly! None of them felt out of place and if they could have seemed that way, you manipulated that to your favor, such as Neville realizing that the other four uses for Dragon blood weren't helpful to him. That was the move of a talented and sneaky author, ayayaya.

As usual I am super impressed; this is very smart and very entertaining and very, very good writing. I am excited for all the things and proud of you, etc etc ♥

Author's Response: LILY ♥

Door of doom = tulips and greenery, natch. I like to imagine that Ron's door opened up into a lake of lava that he had to zip-line over, and maybe Harry's mission was being on a panel of judges that had to vote on dragons engaged in a hot dog eating contest, which they cooked themselves with their nose flames.

Neville's wavering confidence, baww. He forgets how awesome he is sometimes. It's easy to forget just how much he changed since his younger days, since we didn't get to witness him throughout his seventh year at Hogwarts, but he did some daring stuff, defying the Death Eaters in any way he knew how. I HAVE SO MUCH LOFF FOR HIM. ♥


lol the prompts. It's so hard to make them inconspicuous. And the more entries I read, the more conspicuous they become until all I see are Sleeping Draughts and Crucio and wand cores screaming at me, waving their arms in the air like they just don't care.

Lily you are tops, and my jaw is still slack from your Cho one-shot so it's extra YAYAYAY on this end of the screen because you ~liked it~ and YAYAYAY SOME MORE. ♥

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