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Review:Jackson Robles says:
I think we've reached the point that my reviews are going to drop in length. I do try to keep them rather long. It's hard though. You know? It's not like I'm SEARCHING for things to say - it's just I don't want to repeat anything I've said, you know?

Ahem, anyway. I do like the idea of Duddykins and Lunet as good friends. And the POV change was a nice little shake up as well. Lunet's fiesty, but she means well, which is probably what makes her so likable. You know what I mean?

And good ol' Dudley. Least he's not a horn dog for Hazel, which leads me to believe he really does like her. Justin and Nesta? Well... I'm sure that'll go well... yeah...

And what of Owen? I wonder if we'll be seeing any more of him in the near future.

Like this chapter? You got to show off a bit of your Italy knowledge. All that stuff sounded familiar. Oh the joys of studying the renaissance (ever since Euro I've always pronounced that Ren-AYE-saunce - you know? :P) And I'm sure they were quite the entertaining pair in the middle of St. Mark's square - could everyone understand them?

There were actually LESS screw ups in this chapter (not that... being called screw ups is a bad thing - though it does kind of throw things in a negative light, doesn't it? How... about... typos? Eh. Hold the same weight with me)

Mr. Jackson ... *middle name to be figured out later* Robles

Author's Response: Mr. Andrew Jackson Robles (may not a middle name... but perhaps now I could call you "Old Hickory"? haha!)

Italian knowledge comes from many a summer escapade into Venice with my lovely cousins. St. Mark's Square is ALWAYS crawling with tourists, most of whom speak English, either natively or as a second language. Most Italians I know are also required to learn English in school. So it is probably safe to assume that there were plenty of people who could understand the two. And even if one didn't understand English, I'm sure they would find it QUITE bizarre to see two teenagers making such a scene.

Oh yay! Fewer "screw ups"! Lets call them "unfortunate mishaps of the grammatical sort" UMGS, for short :P.

-Serious Leigh Black (I've decided I like the middle name)


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