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Review:SilentConfession says:
Hey! I haven't read any of your work in ages and i'm glad i popped over again because this is fantastic. I'm always a little amazed when i read these Every Word Count stories because there is always so much in so little words. You did not disappoint at all with this as there was so much emotion and so much madness here that was really quite extraordinary.

I really liked how Dorcas couldn't tell her past, present, or future anymore and how they just seemed to one in the same. It really just showcased what she was going through and how her mind was becoming more warped. There is something really strong about the mirror and how it seemed to overwhelm her. I really liked the part where she was wondering how many other people sat were she was sitting, trying to get away from seeing the mirror. It was really vivid for me.

I loved how, at the end, you don't know who killed her? Or was she tortured? I'm actually guessing she was tortured as that was her worst nightmare when she looked into the mirror. The DE used it to see what they feared the most and then would create that into reality? You left that bit of it hanging but it's playing with my imagination who because she clearly thought she'd be saved from the madness that was bubbling up inside her until they raised their wand at her. Maybe... it was Peter and she thought he'd save her but since he was a traitor... obviously, he wouldn't. :P probably not but i thought i'd take a guess.

Lovely job Beeezie! I really loved reading this and i'm glad i clicked on it! I'm putting it in my favourites as well! :D

Author's Response: Join the club - I haven't read anything of yours in awhile, either, and it's been making me sad. :( I need to find some time... I think I need a time turner.

I agree about the 'Every Word Counts' stories - they've always impressed me, and I didn't think I would ever be able to write one, because I have a tendency to be a bit wordy. This kind of popped into my head one day, though, and I'm glad it did, because I'm reasonably pleased with it.

And actually... well, without saying too much (because it kind of pertains to another story of mine), I tend to think that it was Peter, too, just after he turned, and this was his first task to prove his loyalty.

... hopefully saying that didn't completely ruin the mystery.

Thank you so much for the review, and I'm sorry it's taken me so long to respond to it. ♥

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