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Review:peppersweet says:
'Death could not hold a candle to Daphne, or her mother, or her sister. Death was simple. One minute alive, the next not. Daphne was not.' EEK. EEK. I KNEW DAPHNE WAS SHIFTY.

once again, more perfect Draco. Gubby...*worships* ' Daphne pitied him for a moment, for he did not know that he did not have to live the way he did.' - yup, Draco the martyr. I see this. I can so see this.

There something very shady indeed about Daphne. Pleasepleasplease perfectlycharacterised!Draco, GET OUT OF THERE. PLEAASE. Something terrible is going to happen, I can feeel it...

fave lines:
'When his arm snaked around her waist in not a show of seduction but of restraint, she gave a knowing grimace. ' - IDK BUT I LOVE THIS.
'More fascinating–and perhaps deadly so–was the fact that Daphne’s tainted blood was brighter than his own.' - THIS. THIIIS.

'He was not beyond the tower window, and he was not cloaked in the flame seal. He was somewhere else.' - this line, I feel, is very significant. Draco's...well. This reminds me of the rime of the ancient mariner, strangely. There's a big contrast between the real and the unreal in that poem, and it's here too. Draco's the real and Astoria & Daphne are the unreal, if you get me. It's sort of like...Astoria's in one realm, Draco's in another, and Daphne is bridging the two. THERE I SAID SOMETHING MILDLY INSIGHTFUL.

You know, I actually read the Lady of Shallott a while ago and, well, detested it. I found it hopelessly dreary (sorry Tennyson!). But after reading this I looked it up again and - well. It reads very differently now. I think you've opened my eyes to that poem, so to speak. Thank you ♥

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