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Review:caoty says:
Hello, it's me again. Your fault for posting in the common room thread, really.

SO. Draco. He's adorable. A bit silly, but adorable, and you've kept him unlikeable yet sympathetic without turning him into Heathcliff, which is great, because you know how I dislike Wuthering Heights.
Though everyone knows that his best course of action is to just seek amnesty from Dumbles and hope he doesn't get randomly killed or sacrificed in some ridiculously convoluted plan in DH.
(That's my way of saying I really liked your summary.)

And yay for more vindictive!Tonks. I love her. She's so much fun while remaining in character, and she doesn't do a half bad impression of darling Bella either.

I haven't got much to be sceptical about in this chapter. You're improving, though you may want to tell sophie_hatter that JKR capitalises random Wizarding words - actually, all of them, IIRC - so maybe you should try that too. :P

Author's Response: Hello, mes ami. And congratulations on your significant new life event!

Poor Draco really doesn't know what's happening to him at this point. Everything he's ever taken for granted in life -- the idea that his family's money and prestige will always be enough to keep him safe; the idea that being a pureblood makes you privileged in the Dark Lord's new world -- is being torn away. Things would indeed be better if he and Narcissa could get asylum from Dumbledore, but who's to say that she hasn't already tried? If you recall Dumbledore's conversation with Snape in the Prince's Tale, Dumbledore's help came with a steep price. Perhaps it was more than Narcissa wanted to pay.

I enjoyed every second of writing Tonks in this story. She is, for the moment anyway, my favorite character to write.

Yes, I know all about JKR's capitalization habits. sophie has pointed it out more than once. I happen not to agree with it. It's like saying that you or I should capitalize the word Driving or Airplane or Washing Machine. I feel disinclined to compromise on this point. ;)

Thanks so much for another great review!

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