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Review:CambAngst says:
Hi, there!

This chapter was incredibly emotional. Crushing, really. There's a line in The Crow were the villain -- who's a really articulate, philosophical guy, for a movie villain -- recites one of his father's bits of wisdom: "childhood is over the day you know you're gonna die." Even thought I hope she doesn't die, I felt Brienne's childhood coming to an end in this chapter. It was really sad to see all of her feelings of security ripped away after she's already lost so much.

Her choice to not talk to Stanley or her father and let them know that she had overheard will probably be regrettable in the long run, but it made perfect sense in the context of a frightened, reeling young woman.

In the midst of all the grief and fear, I liked the little points of clarity that seemed to come to her. Not least, of course, the fact that her feelings for George are real. I can only guess what she'll do about it. I have a feeling this could become one of those internal battles where she tries not to let them show because she doesn't want to put him in danger or hurt him if something happens to her. We shall see...

The end with her mother's wand was really touching. A lovely sentiment to cap off a very powerful, emotional chapter. Nicely done!

Author's Response: Hi! Wow, thank you very much. I'm quite proud of this chapter, though I had a little trouble with its shortness at first. This was generally characterisation, characterisation, characterisation xD And I'm glad you liked it!

Thank you!

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