Hatter's Point of View Part 33
“What do you mean, ‘moving him’?” Alice had a confused look on her face.
“I have people helping me.” Jack replied
Yeah, the Queen of Hearts! Hatter thought. “What people?” His teeth were clenched, and he could feel his anger rushing through his veins.
“Do you want to see him or not?” Jack completely ignored Hatter’s question, and kept his eyes glued on Alice.
“Yes, of course. Right. Wow.” Alice was completely overwhelmed. Hatter hadn’t heard Alice speak much about her dad, but he could tell that it must have been awhile since she’d seen him. Her reaction to the watch had been evidence enough of that. “Um, okay.”
All that considered, Hatter still felt shocked that she had so readily agreed. “Don’t tell me you trust this guy.”
She turned to face him, and, even in this tense moment, Hatter was struck by how beautiful she was to him. “He knows where my dad is
Always... Book 1 Chapter 12
And then it was over.
The Potter boy caught the snitch so fast that it seemed like Snape had barely kicked off the ground. In reality, there had been about 5 minutes of gameplay, but it would probably go down as one of the shortest games in Hogwarts Quidditch history.
Snape felt disappointment sink into his stomach as he descended through the air. He had a slight nagging feeling that trying to stop the jinx on Potter's broom wasn't enough to pay back his life-debt to James, and he had been hoping to do more to cancel that out. I suppose that I shall have to be content with this.
He spat on the ground as he dismounted.
Looking up, he saw the Headmaster rising from his seat, and the old man nodded his head once at Snape, then turned his attention to Professor McGonagall, who was undoubtedly extolling the virtues of her teams newest member.
Catching the sight of a purple turban, and the disappointed face under it, Snape immediately stormed off the pitch.
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