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Review:daretodream says:
Last chapter? Oh no...

Gwyneth. Absolutely, positively HILARIOUS. She is frighteningly cheerful, I definitely understood that. For sure. If I was Millie, I also would have wanted to run in the opposite direction. No one person should ever be that sweet and nice all the time. It can't be natural, honestly.

But Honoria that's Ferris's new girl. I can't help but find her name slightly ironic (maybe it's just me?). But I agree with Millie. As happy as I am for her that she is getting away from having to do her patrols with Ferris, I wouldn't want him paired up with Honoria either. Bad behavior shouldn't be rewarded, now should it? And this is definitely a reward...

Seriously though Millie, a hippogriff. SERIOUSLY? Thank God Berkley was there to save you, or else you would be Buckbeak food right now, wouldn't you? Yes. Yes you would.

A HIPPOGRIFF. That's quite the trend though, honestly. If it catches on, there are going to be quite a few students in the hospital wing, especially if they all have the same knowledge of hippogriff's that Millie does.

Berkley saved her though, because what else are boys good for? And not only did he save her, he got her the quill that she wanted. Now THAT'S what I call a best friend.

Then again, he did heal her wounds himself instead of taking her to the hospital wing, so maybe we shouldn't give him to much credit.

I LOVED the last line. It was flat out hilarious.

I like the title, but I think that if you hate it that much and you think of something else that you like more, you should change it. It's your story and if you don't like something about it, make it so you do like it. Though I understand how hard it can be to think up new titles :/

Another SPECTACULAR chapter. I'm adding this to my favorites, so when you post a new one(hopefully soon) you'll be hearing from me again.



Author's Response: Hi again! Thank you so much! I think this chapter was my favorite to write so far and I'm so glad that you enjoyed it!
Gwyneth was a last minute decision but I'm SO glad that I decided to put her in; I love her and her annoyingly perky self and can't wait to use her in other scenes. But you're right, being so happy all the time is completely unnatural haha.
I mentioned Honoria in passing in the previous chapter (I'm not sure if many people picked that up haha) but I like how you pointed out that her name is ironic! I honestly didn't even notice that (it just goes to show how our English teachers are wrong when they talk about intended symbolism in books; sometimes they're just an accident). Although your explanation makes me sound much cooler than I am, I actually chose the name because of the word it rhymns with (as stated in chapter 2; I would write it here but it's a bit inappropriate).
And yes! The Hippogriff! I had this idea after I published the first chapter and it was so exciting to finally get to use it! Berkley definitely saved Millie's butt there and we'll find out if the whole thing was worth it in the next chapter.
I think Berkley definitely rides on the edge of the fine line between being a good friend and a bad one. I mean, he saved her but then didn't take her to the hospital wing. As amusing as it is, it's kind of messed up. But I wouldn't be too mad at him because his awesomeness and the last line (flare for the dramatics, eh?) make up for it.
I'm glad that you like the title! It seems that I'm the only one who doesn't, haha. Unless I think of something REALLY amazing (I haven't yet so far) I think I'm going to keep it as is. Thanks for the input!
So again, thank you so very much for leaving me three lovely reviews for this story (and for favoriting it); I really appreciate it!!! I'll try to update soon!

~Jess :D

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