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Review:forsakenphoenix says:
Heh, Constable of Wankershire. I kind of wanted to punch his pompous grin off his face. I was amused when Dumbledore confused him and that that won the approval of the other men in his group.

Your descriptions of Cairo were wonderful, from the soldiers bustling around to the merchants trying to sell their items to the locals avoiding the reality of war. It was very well done and drew me into the story.

I really enjoyed their interaction with Isis. She was a lot like Trelawney, I think. I also like how you show Bromhead as a man who isn't afraid of anything. I'm afraid that might get him killed in the future, though.

I like that we got a glimpse of the characters on the other side too, to catch up on their progress. It makes me root on Dumbledore and Evans and hope they can get to the sceptor before the others.

The end camp scene was a nice touch. I really enjoyed how Dumbledore shared with them bits of magic and explained the parallels between the Nazis and the Death Eaters (well, Grindelwald in this situation, but it's pretty similar to Voldemort's reign later on). It really ties all the historical aspects into the wizarding world for me. I love it! I'm hoping to get around to finishing this story this summer. So look out for more reviews from me.

Author's Response: Aren't British insults the best?

There's some pretty international settings in this story and I wanted to get the different settings accross, so I'm glad to hear that it seemed to work here.

Isis was meant to be a nod to Trelawney, and I wanted to convey that sense of impending doom.

There are so many parrallels between the HP bad guys and the nazis, and the history nerd in me wanted to explore that a bit more.

Thanks a lot for the review!!

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