Reviewer: LoonyLupin
Date: 12/30/11 23:21
Chapter: One-shot

This was a great mystery, and kind of bittersweet that you changed when Tonks died :( But I love Kingsley even more because of this story, and I had no idea whodunit until the end! Wonderful job.

Reviewer: ToBeOrNotToBeAGryffindor
Date: 09/24/09 18:42
Chapter: One-shot

What a powerful story! It was a perfect representation of what discrimination drives social outcasts to do in the name of equality, even if it is a 'if I cannot be your equal, then you shall be mine' principle.

Absolutely well done!

Author's Response: Thank you very much for your review. Your comments are very true. When left with no way out people lash out in good and bad ways. Jo showed us Muggle-borns who joined the fight against Voldmort, but someone disillusioned could go another way

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