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Review:theroonilwazlib says:
This is (it took me ten minutes to find my brain, and ten more to find an appropriate word) gripping (yes, this was all I got after twenty minutes). The reader is dropped on a secret meeting, getting warmed up to the rebels, prying on their lifes a bit, and then is thrust to the other side, getting a load of philosophy dropped on him/her. Is that bad? No.

I feel that I couldn't like either side, but I couldn't dislike them either, so I'm stuck in the middle, knowing that I have to review this before I move forth.

Personally, I'm a sucker for description - throw me a detailed one and I'm putty in your hands, and this gives the impression that the reader is getting just the right amount of information; not so much that it would ruin the story, but not too little that would leave us mentally stumbling - no, this is a story to think about, and it's very rare a story that actually makes ME stop and think, so, kudos to you.

The description also allows the story to flow at a normal rate; not too slow which is what authors fear when describing something, but at a speed that one would deem normal.

I take OC's in fanfiction to be, very often, stereotypes and/or Mary-Sues and Gary-Stus, because it's troublesome to successfully add someone new to canon, but this characters, from what I can tell, are people, and that makes this story all the more (realistic, should I say? probable? Whichever - I can't say).

What I can say, though, is that this is going to my favorites. Congratulations!

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