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Review:Elphaba and Boyfriends says:
Ooo, I wondered what was going on between Evie and Felix ... :)

After this chapter your characters are still mysteries to me, but I feel like I'm starting to get a feel for them. Evie especially seems to struggle with her identity, and from her conversation with Reg it seems like leaving her home behind for Hogwarts, and leaving the muggle world for the wizarding world is a major source for her angst.

I found this passage near the beginning to be especially interesting: "He always played his cards well, because as much as he didn't comprehend me, he somehow managed to understand me better than anyone, save a single soul." At first I assumed the "single soul" referred to was Hestia, but after getting to her conversation with Reg at the end I wonder if it is referring to him? More mysteries! :)

So far I am intrigued enough to want to keep reading and see where the characters' relationships go. I have more questions at this point than opinions. :) Will a love triangle develop? Will Evie eventually have to choose between muggle and wizard society, or will she walk the line between the two? ... and also how will Lucius and Narcissa fit into the story??

Author's Response: Ah yes, Evie and Felix are rather unorthodox. Aha. Felix has some demons though, if that much isn't already obvious. Demons always get in the way of things.

Mysteries they are. I'm glad you said this though, that you're at least getting a feel for them. Evie's a blessing in the fact she's perceptive, but the essence of the group is pretty much reliant on that fact alone; they don't know one another in the most genuine sense a friend might, but they're still one another's most important people, because they understand at least, and take things at face value (this is important if the truth is barely whispered).

As for your questions (they made me all bubbly inside, it's lovely to know you're really thinking about it!). Love triangles? It's safe to say, yes, although probably not in the most usual sense-there's already a jumble going on now. I worry I'll say something silly, so I dare not say much. They've all got a few choices coming, Voldemort is beginning to recruit, and being ambiguous will be less easy when it comes to that. Evie's got her sister too, who's as much as a ball and chain as a safety net-whatever decision one makes, the other will face consequences in turn. The last, well, they both make an appearance in chapter four =]

Thank you darling thing! You've made my day! x

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