|Reviews for Five Times Dudley Should Have Done Something|
| Kknd2 chapter 1 . 1/11
You have to wonder why JK would later write a monster that results from a magical child being treated exactly as Harry was in first series of books. Something roughly as destructive as a tornado, that results from trying to repress your own magic and is utterly outside of the host's control. The only implausible (for there ARE no plausible ones) reason for that not being the case is the Dursley's deliberate denial of magic existing.
And Dudley is the one person there to see the abuse, and in a different way, be abused himself. I especially appreciate the reasoning for his silence, God knows all too many use that same logic to explain their silence.
| Guest chapter 1 . 11/10/2019
Oh no. No, that wat wretched. Oh Dudley. And poor Harry. Oh no.
| Guest chapter 1 . 11/9/2019
Anyone who says raising Dudley to be the spoilt, abusive, obese monster that he was isn't child abuse, probably has thier own Dudley.
| Charlie0925 chapter 1 . 10/10/2018
Geez, this was awful but brilliant writing! Poor Harry!
| Guest chapter 1 . 1/5/2018
Thank you for posting dudley's possible side. I know the last part was AU well its likely all AU but the first 3 points are actually possible and would explain dudley and his thoughts. Ive seen lots of revenge stories on the dursleys and most if not all of them put dudley on the same level as his parents and im glad you didnt
| jahmoney chapter 1 . 1/5/2018
glad story glad to be the first review