Not bad two chapters, I can't wait to see what happens... and Aunt Petunia being nice, who would have thought of that :)
The only thing I don't like about your story, is the big gaip at the beginning of the each paragraph.
Oooh, cliffie. Will Poncy Percy be allowed in the fold again? Or will he be hexed into oblivion by his hot-headed siblings?
Lovely work so far, keep it up! I like the Dumbledore talking to Harry from the dead (sort of) angle, it keeps things interesting.
your story is really good! what's gonna happen with the box and letter thought? i'm in suspense!
I'm glad you're enjoying it! You'll just have to wait and see about the box and letter. They're going to have to do some research at school, so it will be a little while.
Thanks for reading!
Is "gunky" a technical term...? :-) Heh -- well done. And no one should accuse Molly Weasley of having a lack of perception, eh? :-)
Thanks for all the great comments. Polyjuice...that's an interesting idea. I guess you'll have to wait and see if you're right about that. And yes, I believe "gunky" is a technical term meaning "covered in gunk." As for the flame...that is very good point. It probably would not be purple in the Muggle world, but I can account for this difference with magic...of course.
Have a great day!!!
I enjoyed the chapter; I can readily imagine Ginny reacting as you've depicted her.
Well; seems that Harry found one way to help Ginny avoid getting
sent to Azkaban.... :-}
Interesting approach for the ceremony, though there must have
been some interesting magic for the candle to combine red & blue
light sources to make purple. (I'd expect red & blue pigments to
combine to form a purple (well, violet) pigment. But flames
should act as stage lights, and the primary colors for lights
(vs. pigments) are magenta, green, & cyan. At least, in the Muggle
A white dragon, eh? Hmmm... good thing you've posted the next