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5/2 c5 Guest
In fairness, Harry IS sixteen now, technically. So the age difference isn’t as weird
4/6 c15 Guest
OMG I read this years ago before this section of the story came out and I am absolutely mind blown. This is amazing. I’m literally trying not to scream rn over the end of the ruse. I can’t believe it’s all finally fallen apart and in oh what a spectacular way.
3/20 c13 ArachnidHiveMind
Finally the ruse ends
3/20 c13 ArachnidHiveMind
Did Ulrich Albright make a Doctor Suess reference? He totally did. He called Rigel thing one. As in Things one and two
3/14 c12 You Matter
So... On my FOURTH solid read through of this series... It has only now occurred to me that Owens and Riddle were probably speaking in PARSELTONGUE! The sly hints at it with descriptive words such as "subtle and soft" were very clever.
3/7 c6 Guest
Hold up, does Rigel speak French like a house elf speaks English?
3/3 c7 Guest
Great chapter but I’m confused about something. Why is Rigel suddenly uncomfortable and out-of-place wearing dress robes? Is it just because she had to borrow Draco’s? And the sudden commentary on her boots by people who’ve seen Rigel in formal dress many times, from the Quidditch match in book 1, meeting Rosier and Rookwood for the first time, the Malfoy’s parties, the Ministry Galas… Rigel has to get dressed up all the time and now suddenly it’s like she’s uncomfortable with it.
2/28 c9 KrazyRomanceKitten
I love your stories and have re-read them more than I am willing to admit. I just noticed a slight inconsistency in this chapter. Hermione went first in the obstacle course, not Owens bit after the task they are talking like he went first.
2/26 c15 5CreativeMode
Literally legendary story. Can’t wait to see what happens next.
2/21 c13 BoggyB
I've finished my second read of this series a few months ago. It is by far my favourite fanfiction, and this is my favourite chapter, so I thought I'd leave my first review ever... After keeping the ruse intact for four books, the reveal in this chapter is SO satisfying. The switching points of view in this chapter are masterfully done. So many goosebump moments... Sirius slowly losing control, the evil gang revealing the ruse, Harry's heartbreaking confrontation with Draco... I can safely say that no piece of fiction has ever made me so excited. Well done.
2/11 c11 You Matter
I love this book. It means more to me than I could probably ever put into words. Thank you.
2/4 c3 4Kyralian
Recently, I've been reading a furious debate about UK's NHS and the American version of health system. St. Mungo's policy is rather like the American 'pay-or-die' obsession, but I suppose as the public healthcare is a thing of the 20th century it is understandable that an old-fashioned wizarding society wouldn't have progressed far enough to discover basic human rights. In that vein, the Lower Alleys seems like the first ray of humanitarism in the wizarding world.
1/11 c15 pjcoldham
I was going to wait until I'd fully caught up to leave a review but I have to say something. Violet this book is just exceptional, I'm sure you were already aware while writing it and have been told since but damn.

I've been reading hpff for about 15 years and many stories have captivated me, usually though they have some flaws that I have to overlook, overpowered Harry is too easy or the author is determined to shoehorn in their lust or something. Here there's no so such thing, just story after story of riveting subterfuge, theory and drama. Book 3 was a little slower but book 4 more than made up for it.

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12/25/2022 c12 aki93
Third read for this too. I should remark that I greatly appreciate the characters wittiness and sense of humour
12/24/2022 c11 Emma McPhee
Merry Christmas from New Zealand
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