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Review:magnolia_magic says:
Hi, here from review tag!

I was so impressed with this. You write Draco so well, with such arrogance and pride. I haven't really read that many stories about him, and none that seem so true to the character we see in the books. It was plain to see that Pansy was just a toy to him, just an object designed to please him. It makes total sense that he would think about people that way, in terms of what they can do for him. I just think his narrative (and dialogue too, for that matter), is so chilling.

I loved the scene with Snape too; I could just imagine Draco's shock. His whole concept of the world just comes crashing down around him (hence the chapter title, I guess :P), and I just thought it was so well done. I'm looking forward to seeing how he handles this! And I love Snape's dialogue, especially the line about "a new definition of the word regret." It was just the kind of witty thing he would say, and I could just hear his drawling voice saying it :)

You've got a really great start here; I was hooked from the very first line! As soon as I can carve out some more free time, I'm definitely reading on. Keep it up!


Author's Response: Hi!

I'm glad you enjoyed my version of Draco Malfoy. He's obviously going to change a bit over the course of the story as events unfold around him, but I hope that I can preserve some of that essential self-importance and cluelessness that make him who he is. He really does look at Pansy in much the same way that a child thinks of their favorite toy. But if you keep reading, you'll find out that he's not the only one with an agenda in that relationship.

The scene with Snape was so much fun to write. I just got the image in my head of Alan Rickman sweeping into the room and it more or less wrote itself.

I'm really glad that you enjoyed it! Thanks so much for reading and reviewing!

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