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Review:shadowycorner says:
So I'm sneaking this chapter in because I really wanted to read about Pansy's reaction to the whole end-of-the-war-you-lost-tee-hee issue. It was even better than the first. It's much like Pansy to think and believe Voldemort had really won. The crushing disappointment and fear must've been pretty drastic for her. She's just...she's still a kid, this girl who instead of worrying about her family and pausing to consider the gravity of what's been happening at Hogwarts keeps living in her perfect world, dreaming of Draco and engagements. For such a person, being dragged back into reality must be all the more painful. I think you did it very well in this chapter, translating how she just doesn't get it, and stubbornly refused to accept things, going, almost literally, with her head against the wall. On the other hand, it showed her determination.

It was also in character for her to stop the elf from punishing himself not because she felt sorry for him but because it was making her head ache more.

The writing flowed very well, it was easy to read and I enjoyed reading it. :) Despite all the negative things I seem to be pointing out about Pansy, there's something about the way you write her that makes me kind of care about her. Maybe because I can sense she won't have it as easy from now on as she used to. You are perfectly showing things from the other side, the losing side. I imagine all families of Death Eaters were in real trouble after the war, even if they haven't been involved. House arrest is something that would drive me crazy. And I really wonder how all this affects and shapes Pansy.

Another intriguing chapter. :) I'm favoriting this, just so you know.

Liz :)

Author's Response: Eeee! This review made me so happy! I'm so pleased that you enjoyed this chapter!

I don't think Pansy would have been Pansy if she hadn't thought that Voldemort would win. And you're absolutely right that she's still very young. She hasn't really yet had to think about the larger consequences of the events of the world and now she's in for a rather rude awakening.

Haha- don't worry! Pansy is a very negative character at the moment but I'm glad that you're beginning to sympathise (somewhat) with her. Living on the losing side will not be easy and you'll see just how muhc house arrest affects Pansy in the coming chapters!

Thank you for favouriting and for reviewing! :D

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