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Review:Renfair says:
Well, that answers my question of whether Molly joined up this war or the next.

I think you've done a very good job in this chapter and the one before showing the brothers/sister relationship of the Prewetts. They obviously love each other to death but also drive each other crazy. I wonder, is Molly older or younger than the twins? It could go either way because she's constantly having to patch them up, but they're also only getting into trouble because they're protecting her and her family. "She has five young boys sleeping upstairs, but as she opens the door to her house to reveal one of her brothers, sometimes she thinks that she has seven." --That makes me think Gideon and Fabian are younger than her... but they're also guys, and guys always need a bit of baby-sitting to save them from themselves ;)

I'm glad Molly's so good at healing. That can be even more important than being a fierce warrior since someone has to put the world back together once everything's finished.

Sorry these reviews aren't quite as long as my others. I want to keep reading since you're doing such a good job of describing the anxiety and sense of uncertainty each character experiences. ~Renny

Author's Response: Yep! My thoughts are that yes, she has young children at home and it's not exactly fair to ask this of her, but at the same time, Molly has always come across to me as a character who is fiercely protective of her family. I think I always imagined her as taking a minor role in this first war, like patching up the wounded, so she could still take care of her family, but I can't see her staying out of it completely.

I really can't imagine how Molly must feel - losing her brothers in the first war and her son in the second. She's still this amazingly strong woman that we see in canon, though, and I really love that about her character. I enjoyed writing her relationship with her brothers. I suppose I kind of imagined her as younger but like you said, boys are boys and women mature faster anyway. ;) I think it could go either way, though.

I don't mind the length. You're still very thorough and your reviews have substance so I always appreciate them. Thanks.

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