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Review:electricfeel says:
Wow, this was really good! I've never, ever, considered writing or reading about Eloise Midgen. This was just such a good read, I enjoyed every word of it.

Depsite enjoying it so much, I did find it heartbreaking. I think every girl in the world who reads this can probably relate to it on some level. We all feel like we could change bits about ourselves, we all want to be more beautiful. But Eloise's real lack of confidence just tore at my heart. You've really managed to potray her sadness so well. The part where she was praying was just so tragic, I could have cried. It was such beautiful writing.

Another part I absolutely loved was with Roger Davies, when she comments on how something so cruel could come from such a beautiful mouth. There was something really profound about that. Despite writing about a world that may be a little far-fetched, you've woven a subject into that world that may be seen as a "Muggle" subject and proved that actually, it goes beyond that; it's a human problem. We all want to be beautiful. We think life will be easier if we're beautiful.

I feel like I'm gushing on and on and going off on a tangent, but just know that I absolutely loved this. Props to you for taking such a misunderstood and neglected character and turning into one the reader actually relates to and likes. :)

Author's Response: Aww...thank you! :) I'm glad you enjoyed it! :)

I completely agree with you. I think that is why the first chapter came out so deep and heartfelt, because I could really relate to it as well. Who doesn't want to look pretty, right? I've read quite a few fics, where the main character doesn't even care what she looks like (I'm guilty of a few of them myself :P), so I thought this would be a little different venture. I'm glad you could relate to it so well too! :) That part where she prayed was actually taken from my real life experience; it does feel a little tragic if you can understand just how desperate Eloise is. :)

Exactly. And Eloise does feel that pretty people get away with saying cruel things, because, well...they are pretty.

Thanks! thanks! thanks! This review made my day! It was so lovely! Thankyou so much for taking time to read and review! :)

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