*Transferred from HPFF*
I iz in ur internets, stalking ur AP.
(Not sure why I decided to start this review in the voice of a lolcat, but moving onwards... I think the house cup is making me very sleep deprived and loopy)
That's a good description. Having a cube of ice (or a snowball, or other icy monstrosity) slipped down the back of your shirt is basically the worst feeling ever.
Brandon's feelings about cars not being dangerous is such an interesting perspective - of course, he's probably a bit isolated in the wizarding world where Muggle things aren't seen as dangerous as wizard things.
What a meeting! Martin doesn't really seem to care - he's like a less horrible version of Aunt Petunia, having to take care of his sister's "weird" kid when she dies. I'm so sad! (I mean, I know this will turn out fine in the end because I'm caught up in TR but ugh reading this makes me sad.)
That must have been a hard discussion for him to have with Harry. But I'm glad Harry is supportive. And ha I noticed that he drew the comparison to the Dursleys as well :P
Aw, I loved Harry and Ginny coming to help. That's a quick transition from a bachelor pad to a child-friendly house!
Also, just saying, despite the obstacles I am still on the H.M.S. Albus/Brandon. Albrandon? Whatever. I ship it.
I think you should always stay up late and review stuff because loopy reviews are the best. :D
Thank you so much for moving your reviews over. :D :D <3 It makes me grin and giggle to reread the silliness combined with deep insights to my writing.