Please finish this story! I really enjoyed.
Or at least, please tell us the ending!
Author's Response: Hi Juniper! Thanks for your kind review! I've tried to get in touch with you regarding getting a copy of the finished book, but an error comes up on the system. Your account says you're a beta-reader, but I couldn't find a name match on the forums. I'm AurorKeefy on there, so if you're interested in the rest of the story, please pm me! Thanks!
Poor Percy, I hope somewhere in the book he can somehow get along or at least be appreciated. Is he condemned to be a git for the rest of the series?
Ah, once again we have kids that don't trust adults. Makes me wonder if Filch was under the Imperious Curse.
Just wanted to say that I have been enjoying the story. I liked the approach you took with the DADA class. Also glad you put Gordon on the reserve team. Your explanation about the reserve players make sense, cause I always wondered why they never had a reserve seeker for all those times Harry had been injured.
I also noticed that this year the POV seems to be more Gordon's (if not all) than Luke's.
Author's Response: Thank you for your review, Rambkowalczyk! Glad to hear that you're enjoying the story. I'm trying to get another push on with this book, and get some chapters uploaded back to back. As for Quidditch, I think half of the joy of fanfiction is trying to pull together the gaps in J.K. Rowling's world. Glad you liked that one. : )
As for points of view, you are quite correct. This particular tale is, indeed, told from Gordon's point of view. The Odd Gryffindor's was a bit of an anomoly in the series really, because in that one the POV shifts frequently. The other books have their POV locked, which I think works so much nicer. : )
This story looks like it will be very interesting. Keep it up.
I am afraid I never actually read your previous story, except for the first chapter with the Kneazlegamot, which I found very amusing. I like this one too. One of these days I guess I should find out what's up with the humans!
Author's Response: Thank you Inverarity! It's peculiar that the Kneazles should have been such a loved part of the series, when in fact they were very much an afterthought in the writing process - despite now being crucial to the plot. I hope you go on to read about Luke and Gordon. Their stars take a little longer to shine than the Kneazles, but ultimately shine rather brighter. Still, if you only wish to read about the famed Felines, that's all good! : )