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Review:dirtydeedsdonedirtcheap says:
Oh, Moody! Seriously, he makes my day in this story. I couldn't stop snickering at the image of his scared face flying in an airplane. Though flying tends to scare me as well, there's always too much turbulence when I fly.

Anyway, for a second I thought our dear Anastasia wasn't going to be able to complete her mission. I kept screaming 'Retreat! Retreat!' in my head but of course they wouldn't. That's like throwing herself to her own death if she wouldn't have been able to complete her mission. Though I don't understand how she wouldn't have known that there would have been something to reveal them if they were under cover because I feel like that would just be the first thing I think of, what happens if there's this spell or there's this device? You know?

The jump was key, it's one of my favorite things I see happen in spy movies/action movies. I never understand how some of them actually do make it into the water. I know the movies are fictional but there is a family friend that did jump off a bridge many years ago that I know and he did make it. Apparently he was trying to think of a daring way to get on the news and show his ex-girlfriend just how much he loved her. Sounds insane but he survived his drop so I suppose why shouldn't the fictional characters in any universe survive theirs?

Author's Response: I loved writng the scene with Moody on the plane, and given how much he distrusts just abou everything, I ca't imagine he would be too fond of flying.

And yes, the jump is pretty much the ultimate actin movie cliche, so I had to work that in somehow.

Thanks forreviewing!

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