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Review:academica says:
Hi James! I thought I'd pop in and read another chapter of this lovely little story.

I see Moody and Nicholas are bonding (though poor Duncan apparently has to suffer a bit for it), which is lovely. I loved the brief little "conversation" between Duncan and Moody, and I'm certainly not surprised that Moody isn't exactly "one for leisure". Duncan's reaction with the chocolate was priceless. I also love how Duncan is becoming more and more accustomed to magic, and as a result, is accepting it more easily as he goes along. I suppose you would sort of have to with Moody.

It was neat to catch glimpses of Avery and Mulciber here, and to see Moody and Duncan so easily take their forms and get business done. I love the matter-of-fact feel of this story, as exemplified by Moody's final comment. I'm definitely still interested in the story, and I'm looking forward to seeing Moody and friends unravel the secrets of the Kwikcode machine and plan their next moves. (I'm also, of course, looking forward to the moment when Tom's people figure out what has happened.) This story is just like a classic spy movie, with action that is very easy to follow and the extra touch of magic that adds another lovely dimension.

Very nice! :)

Recenseo 2012

Author's Response: Thanks a lot Amanda, it's always great to get unexpected reviews like this!

It's easy to picture young Moody being really intense like this, and Duncan had to respond pretty much the only way he knew how.

I'm glad you're interested in the story, and there's going to be some twists in the next couple chapters!


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