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Review:StormThief17 says:
It's taken me forever to get here, but I'm finally back! Dang you school! I will not let school keep me from fininshing this story at some point this year! It may be slow, but I'll still review!

I wasn't expecting Draco's POV but you did a great job with it! I still don't like him very much but I think he changed realistically and is IC. Astoria is interesting and I hope to see more of her. What's really sad is that they keep lying to each other and going behind each other's back. It was fun to see Hermione's POV as well! She's such an interesting person and you got her just right.

Its picking up quickly! This is clearly no sugar coated minor annoying villain, there is much more going on. I feel so worried for Hermione, and I hope she's ok! I mean, killing Ginny is bad enough, but Hermione? I would throw a virtual tomato at your head. I don't really think she's dead, but still.

Its really neat to see you take on all these different characters' POV's. It gives every scene a lot of power, and all the characters more depth, since we see their thoughts and experiences, not just one MC. Great job!

Chapter 7, I'm coming for you! *shoves real life out of the way*

Author's Response: Hello, dear!

I understand completely about real life. Work is sucking up nearly all of my writing time at the moment. But that's how things go. Don't worry, the story isn't going anywhere. ;)

The character of Draco Malfoy fascinates me. He started off as such a caricatured, one-dimensional, almost buffoonish villain in the first few books. Then JKR gradually turned him into a very complex, multifaceted individual by the end of the series. I do think he did a lot of growing up during the war. I feel like it led him to question much of what he had always accepted as gospel. And while he probably never stopped believing in some things -- the idea of blood purity, the fact that being a Black and a Malfoy made him just a little bit better than everyone else -- I think he came to realize that those ideals aren't worth fighting a war over.

You will see much more of both Draco and Astoria before the story is complete. They are definitely two of my favorite characters, and they will both be there right up until the end.

Whew, take a deep breath! ;) You won't need your virtual tomatoes yet, but Hermione's journey through this story is not an easy one. Enough said...

I really love writing from a lot of different points of view. It does give the reader a lot of perspective, but it can also be useful for keeping key plot twists under wraps until I'm ready to turn them loose. As a very wise author once said, "when deciding which character to use as the narrative voice, always pick the one who knows the least or has the most to lose."

I'm very glad you're still enjoying the story! Hope to see you back soon. Thanks so much for reading and reviewing!

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