Author has written 30 stories for Harry Potter, Twilight, His Dark Materials, Snow White and the Huntsman, Ender's Game series, and Divergent Trilogy.
There was absolutely nothing discernibly unusual about the situation.
"I see nothing," Remus said, looking at me for confirmation. I nodded, shrugging. As usual, Remus was thinking the exact same thing that I was, and Sirius wasn't thinking at all.
"You know," Remus began, and from his tone of voice I knew he was going to start hypothesizing about something. "Sometimes I wonder, Sirius—"
"Padfoot," Sirius hissed, but Remus ignored him, continuing.
"Sirius, sometimes I wonder if you're actually completely insane, or if your brain is just on a totally different wavelength than ours and you are, in reality, a genius."
There was silence for a moment as we all tried to digest this piece of information.
And then: "Here come the newly deflowered couple," Sirius announced. Remus sighed. James and Lily walked up to the table.
"Hey guys!" James said, and we all winced. You could practically feel the exclamation point in his sentence.
(A Rat's Tale)
At their most fundamental level, people don't change. The props change, the stages change, the outcomes change, the perceptions change, but the essential actions: they're always the same.
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