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Review:sunday sunday says:

i've always thought that his character had an interesting story to tell. i mean, there was clearly other, important, key, intense stuff going on while harry was out running amuck chasing horcruxes. the order of the phoenix (when percy first starts defecting from his family) has always been my favorite book because of all the politics behind it and as he wound himself deeper and deeper into that political knot, i've always wished we got more of that. so, bravo.

i think you got the interworkings of the ministry so down pat. for sure. nothing about it seems unnecessary or unbelievable or ridiculous. it was all, i guess. very well done. and percy, of course. you did a great job with, y'kno, his inner conflict while still keeping him the play along goody goody that he's always been. though, i must admit i would hate to be inside his head. right from the off, all that thinking and reasoning in the first couple paragraphs there! oh my god, i would be exhausted living in there! but again, completely true to his character and very well done.

as for the religion, well, i'm not going to sue you :P i don't have the money to sue you, but despite all the conflicts about it in potterverse, i like where you're going with it. i think it might partly be because i think percy is one of those characters that would do really well in the real world, y'know? his is one of those stories that could be applied to someone you might know. and with that aspect it's like you're pulling us that much closer to earth. bringing the story closer to our own lives. relatable. effective. good job :)

can't wait to read the rest!

-sunday ./.

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