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Robyn Jordan

Robyn has been a nerd since her first Scholastic school fair. Once she discovered the Harry Potter series, nothing was the same for her or the people around her. Robyn is a true California girl, born and raised all over Southern California. She now lives in Oakland, but will always make it home to San Diego for Comic-Con and tacos. Her favorite things include playing vinyl records in dark rooms, browsing city library shelves, sporadic marathons of Star Trek, and preparing for the robot takeover. You can find her live-tweeting TV on Twitter @robyn_ravenclaw.

1 Comment

  1. khalulu
    07/24/2016 @ 1:38 AM

    Yeah – I think Rowling wanted to encourage kids to be skeptical and to question authority.

    I hadn’t realized that Dumbledore was involved in putting Sirius away with no trial. That was a serious lapse of justice. I wonder if he was influenced by the memory of Sirius setting Snape up to be attacked by Remus, which was basically ignored. I wonder if Remus was influenced by that too, because it seems strange to me that Remus would have believed such a thing of Sirius if they were all so close.



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