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I took the Pottermore sorting test twice (both a long time ago) and was pleasantly surprised to get Gryffindor both times! I thought I’d be a Ravenclaw. I’m going to take the sorting test again later this month now that I’m older to see if the results are still the same.
(This isn’t part of the tag, but if I had to pick someone to bring back it would definitely be Sirius Black!)
Sirius Black: A book with the best father/mother figure
Caroline: Little House Revisited is about one of the most infamous mothers of all. As Caroline was pregnant for much of this book, there was a lot of insight into her take on mothering.
Severus Snape: A book with a redeemable character
Ponyboy Curtis and Johnny Cade went from murdering a Soc to saving a room full of burning kids. It doesn’t get more redeemable than that!
Albus Dumbledore: A book with a great mentor/teacher
Diana Bishop has a ton of great mentors in the All Souls trilogy, but I think her medieval teachers are my favorite. Especially Good Alsop!
Hedwig: A book with a great animal sidekick
The first thing that popped into my head was Rainbow and all the other hippocampi in the Percy Jackson series.
Dobby: A book with a character who created bad scenes on accident
Rishi Patel always meant well but even with all his good intentions he managed to muddle things up.
Fred Weasley: A book with your favorite brother/sister duo
I had SUCH a hard time picking just one set of siblings, but ultimately I decided to go with the Devereaux’s. Technically it’s two duo’s since there are three brothers and a sister, but I think it counts!
Nymphadora Tonks: A book with the best family feud
Everyone in Game of Thrones is connected somehow either through marriage or birth or long-lasting friendships and this series is just one giant feud.
Cedric Diggory: A book where a character died too young/too soon
The men in Lone Survivor aren’t characters, they’re real people who sacrificed themselves for each other and for their country, but I didn’t want to pick a fiction book and potentially spoil for anyone! (Plus, I totally should have used Game of Thrones for this answer! Darn!)
Remus Lupin: A book with your favorite shapeshifter
Wolf by Wolf is one of my favorite alternate history books ever! Even though the main character is a ‘skinshifter’ Graudin doesn’t overdo it with the fantasy elements and her skinshifting really takes a back seat to the plot.
Who would you bring back?