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Review:redherring says:
I loved the opening section, with the description of Draco's attitude to death. when Draco was sixteen and somebody burned a mark into his arm. - I really like that line, for some reason. I love the way it's phrased - it's somehow very passive, very detached, as though Draco doesn't want to think about it but can't stop it coming back to him, and like he's trying to rid himself of the guilt but just can't quite do it.

I'm really excited now about where this is going, so many little twists and turns! The part with Pansy was really interesting - she's a very interesting character in general, I think. A bit mysterious, a bit suspicious, and rather entertaining x) Update soon, s'il vous plait?

Author's Response: Thanks! The way I like to think of Draco in this story is kind of like... stories about men who went to say, WWII when they were eighteen. They have this incredibly dark perspective on everything but at the same time, they push it way back and bury it as best they can, but somehow it always comes crawling back out again. I think society now is much more open to the traumas of war than society then was, when it was expected that young men would fight. Since this story is written kind of in that forties genre, I like giving Draco that kind of perspective. I mean, he did experience some truly horrific things.

I LOVE writing Pansy. She is my favorite part of this story to write, she is absolutely outrageous.

Thank you!!!

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