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Review:Cavell says:
The effects the book is having on Molly slightly scares me o.O Her urge to go to the Slytherin table, her newfound ability to lie, the snarky thoughts about Muggle-borns - but all the same, the bit of Molly that is Molly is still there, and that's what scares me the most. She can still answer riddles effortlessly, still eager to read, blush, and think about Adonis, and can talk to her cousins without spilling out with some 'blood traitor' stuff. It's weird to think that while Molly's still there, Malea is too, and slowly, she's taking over her mind.

Something dangerous, but not deadly, which won't kill you but simply torment you day after day after day, until you're driven mad from the pressure, from the endless pain. You've heard the story about Professor Longbottom’s parents. You know it's possible. Geez, Laura. Way to give your readers a heart attack. Practically the same thing is happening to Molly, and here she is, talking about it during a lesson. It was a beautiful line, though, even if it was creepy - you have a brilliant way with words :)

All in all, fantastic chapter - though the fact that slowly, very slowly, Malea is closing in on Molly's mind and we're getting closer to see how horrifying the effects will be is a little daunting, I still loved this chapter :D Well done.


Author's Response: Good! :D Lol, that's exactly the kinda effect I was going for, so I'm so glad you know I succeeded! I'm so bad at gauging what is/isn't subtle enough and all that kinda stuff... It is a bit creepy, when you think about it, isn't it? The idea of someone taking over your mind without you noticing or realising...

Haha, it's not really the same! :P I promise! Don't panic! Thank youuu! :)

Thank you so so much for this review (and I'm very sorry about the ages-late response...)! :D

Aph xx

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