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Review:peppersweet says:
oh. oh. OH. THE TIME CHANGES. Some serious supernatural gubbins are occuring. I love the horrorish fairytaleish atmosphere here. It's got good...ambience. No, that didn't make sense but...oh well. You know me and the crack I bring to the HPFF table.

Draco is so resigned. I love it. He seems almost...willing to die. Willing to be taken away from everything. His character gives me the impression that he wouldn't necessarily choose to do things, so to speak, but if they happened he wouldn't fight them. There's probably a word for that. Pushover? Nah. I don't know. I can't really express my thoughts about him clearly enough, but, Gubby, I love this characterisation of him so much. As a 'Draco writer', I know how difficult it is to nail his personality. You're epic.

'The rest of the city was still lit mechanically, which threw upon the empty streets a strange sort of glow: unsettled, unpleasant, like a camera flash going off too close to the subject. The bones of the city were visible under the harsh joyous light.' This is perfect. So perfect.

Prague has fallen...but to the good? I really, really don't like Daphne now, eek.

'They collected on her surface as if she were a windowpane, and fell one after another until she could not see clearly through her own eyes.' dude. epic.

I'm sorry I can't be coherent at all. I'm far too absorbed in this story. As a Draco/Astoria shipper, I so, so want this to end well, but I've read the poem (and, er, I've read ahead...) and I know it can't, it just can't. And I'm so full of dread for the next chapter...

'There was a sweet, bitter, rancorous desire bubbling at the tip of her tongue, at her nerve endings, her quick-moving blood. It was hardly an articulated feeling, resting deep within her person, but it was enough.' - Gubby, you genius.

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