I'm really enjoying this story. I think it's a really great portrayal of a one-sided sibling rivalry and I'm loving Tracey's increasingly delusional interpretation of Roger's actions.
Author's Response: Dear Themis, Thanks for writing in. Yes, Tracey's paranoia is by now out of all proportion to Roger's offence. I hope you can keep reading as she becomes decreasingly likeable. Next chapter tomorrow. Best wishes, GhV
Tracey is still acting much younger than her age -- and Roger isn't interfering at all. I suspect you'll carry this story on until after Roger (at least) graduates; I hope she straightens out then!
Author's Response: Thanks for reviewing. Yes, Tracey's resentment is now out of all proportion to Roger's crime. As you say, she needs to straighten out... GhV
Hmmm... Tracey may be paying too high a price to distance herself from her brother! However, she IS thinking like a Slytherin in trying to cement herself into the heierarchy in an advantageous position. This promises to be an interesting story -- keep it up!
Author's Response: Yes, Tracey can definitely think like a Slytherin. The question is: how high a price will she be willing to pay? Thank you for understanding my story! I have finished it, so I hope to move the chapters throug the queue quickly.