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Review:Rose says:
I've just finished reading your entire series, haven't had time to review each chapter, but can I just say that it is AMAZING? I'm totally in love with your four main characters, especially Gabe, and I think you have something really incredible here. This is awesome because it goes along with the canon series, yet veers in it's own direction. I really like that you didn't just use JK Rowling's plot, but you moulded yours into something completely original, that still allowed the canon plot to happen. Your characters are consistent, yet they still grow through the series, and their relationships are believable. It really gives a great insight into what was going on politically in the wizarding world, and is very believable in the sense that the inner-workings of the government are just as complicated as in real life. I don't know if you got any inspiration from WWII, but I can definitely see some connections there. I also like that you get a real sense of the Slytherin character while staying away from the typical bad-guy sort of stock. All in all I think this is beautifully crafted and comes across as effortless. Thanks for an awesome story. As for this chapter, I love the relationship between Tobias and Jen, and I'm SO glad that Tanith and Toby have finally figured out their relationship. Daedalus's reaction is also believable in that his character is still stubborn and abrasive, yet it's still clear that he loves his daughter and wants her to be happy. All in all an amazing chapter, and a great story. Please update?

Author's Response: I'm glad people are still discovering this series, even so late on, and that you review at all is hugely appreciated! I have tried to keep it very tight with canon and yet its own thing; it makes it all more 'real' in its way, or that is my hope, to believe that these events could well have happened alongside the book.

I am quite a nerd for politics and history, and so yes, I have certainly drawn on real world inspiration like WWII for the developments I've made - but then, the WWII parallels were already there alongside JK's own work! I am happy that it's working in a compelling way, and I am very happy that you've enjoyed the work so far and this specific chapter. Yes, Daedalus is a difficult and cynical man, but he does at the end of the day love his daughter. He also knows it's not worth going head to head with her over some issues, he's learned his lesson!

Thanks for reviewing. Updates are forthcoming!

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