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    October 21st, 2007

    Benedictio Amicorum

    Benedictio Amicorum by Mosylu

    Summary: Just after the climax of GoF, Ron and Hermione ask Dumbledore for something–anything–to protect their friend. Oneshot, 2,159 Words.

    Why You Should Care: This is a simple, brief story about the friendship and love that will eventually help get Harry through three years of war, and see him come out the other side as hero instead of a martyr.  The characters are all well done, and the prose slides seamlessly into JKR’s canon, style and theme.

    Why You Might Not Care: We don’t learn anything new or breathtakingly interesting.  It’s a quiet moment and a heartfelt moment, but it’s quite transparent and predictable.  Having said that, it’s a nice little testament to the trio’s friendship and to Dumbledore’s ability to provide some peace of mind in the most frustrating of circumstances.

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    2 Responses to “Benedictio Amicorum”

    1. Yuan Tao Says:
      October 21st, 2007 at 3:44 pm

      Was feeling particularly vulnerable to friendship stories, and then this comes along. The dream was the part that really made it a worth-while read. =] Thanks!

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    3. Kali Says:
      October 25th, 2007 at 9:03 pm

      You know? I think I read this waaaaaaaaay back in the day.

      It’s cute, though, and they are all very well characterised.

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