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Review:daretodream says:
The meeting is coming!

The moment that is going to make the whole story really start to come together, I do think. At least, what you have so far. I never am quite sure what you have up your sleeve for us next.

Though I do believe that Draco will eventually wind up on Hermione's side (obviously, this is a Dramione, is it not?) He doesn't seem to have exactly what it takes to be the ruthless politician necessary to do whatever the "Department" has planned for him, as Blaise so aptly pointed out this chapter.

Blaise seems very astute in a lot of ways. He recognizes his own flaws and the flaws in his plans. He also seems to be willing to swallow unpleasant truths, if they accomplish the ends he is trying to achieve. All in all, a really interesting character.

And it is JUST like Harry to play the hero and not clue anyone else into the problems he is havign with his life. Seriously Harry, that's quite the hero's complex you have going there. Though I am worried about Ginny. What could possibly be going on there? Is she no longer on the good side? Hm...

I'm intrigued to see where this dinner goes. It should be interesting, to say the least.

~Cassie

Author's Response: Draco... well, he's not Blaise, that's for sure. Blaise is a mastermind - his childhood made him that way, and he probably inherited some of it from his mother. In comparison, Draco seems, well, less. Draco's never truly been independent. He's always had someone to tell him what to do or how to think, and in a lot of ways, that's made him less clever, less brave, and less sure of who he is as an individual. That doesn't mean he's a complete idiot, though. Part of this story is about Draco coming into himself. Big changes are on the way for him, but you already know that. I sort of gave it away with the whole Draco/Hermione description, didn't I? Whoops! Ah, well, I hope the rest of the story isn't as predictable. ;)

Blaise is great. I love him. He makes so much sense as a villain. Can you imagine what his childhood must have been like, with his mother being a psycho black widow-ish woman/seductress? I'd love to read a story about that childhood.

Ginny is definitely a wild card at this point. That's all I'll say because I don't want to give anything away.

Thanks for the review!

Aether


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