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Review:Lord Sophiemort says:

I LOVED this - it's original, enthralling and completely unconventional. My type of fiction. xD

I think it's pure genius. I love the ambiguity you've created; the unnamed narrator, his vile fantasies, his motiveless intent upon a petty murder, and Colin's trust in him.

The confusion you cause your reader is also brilliant. Up until Wood's line, I was sat here thinking 'Who IS this?'. I had thought it might be Crabbe or Goyle, maybe Blaise, or some other Slytherin somebody (because we're always the murderers :[), but then Colin was completely comfortable, trusting in him... just, GAH! I was totally confused.

And then, when the narrator's identity IS revealed, it turns out it's a disregarded, only-mentioned-once-before Ravenclaw boy!

Fantastic writing. You MUST write about about Cornfoot. PLEASE. You've created such an interesting character - please don't let him go to waste!


Author's Response: Thank you so much. I didn't actually plan to keep his identity hidden like that, it was just difficult to find a place where someone would shout out his name. But I am glad that it confused you. A bit of mystery is fun in a story sometimes :) But, alas, that is why hardly known characters who are barely mentioned are more dangerous than the outspoken ones.

And yes, I am definitely trying to jot down a plot for a larger story featuring him. Probably a follow-up to this one. Maybe Next-Generation or something like that. He is a lot of fun to play with, especially since he's a Ravenclaw and not Slytherin (all of the snakes aren't bad. people should realize that more often).

I'm so happy you decided to snoop around my page. Lol. And I'm glad you liked this. Thanks for such an awesome review, dude.


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