Great chapter, poor George, it's nice to know that he comes through in the end.
The interaction with the Fab Four is always spot on. Thanks.
Author's Response: Thank you.
Glad you liked the Harry/Ginny & Ron/Hermione banter.-N-
I really enjoyed that. It was a fresh, interesting idea and your characterization was spot-on. I especially loved the sibling banter between George and Ginny.
Author's Response: Thank you. Ginny tells George what she thinks, and so she should. -N-
Great chapter! I'm sorry to hear about someone attempting to copy your work. That's really a shame.
In any regards, it's hard for me to remember times without Internet and cell phones and now they're everywhere. I like the parallels with the wizard technology. Of course, wizards would experience a similar technological revolution, albeit not in the same ways that Muggles did (are).
Again, a nice read and as always I am looking for to any of your updates. :)
Author's Response: Thanks Katie
I was impressed by the speed with which ffn reacted, particularly as I hadn't actually complained myself. It seems that ten reviews accusing plagiarism weren't enough, and the author submitted a second chapter. The story vanished almost immediately, while I was asleep.The Dursleys are a '90's family. They have a single telephone in the hallway. The communications revolution happened remarkably quickly, and I'm sure the advantages of instant communication would not be lost on Harry and his friends.
Great story as always. I loved the dialog between Ginny and George, especially the part about message types and phone design. I'm looking forward for next chapter.
Author's Response: Thank you. The dialogue was fun to write. I feel rather sorry for George. -N-
And pooey on the copy cat! Boo! Your story, all of them are amazing!!!
Author's Response: Thank you. -N-