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Review:foreverfleur says:
The first section was just so interesting (for lack of a better word..sry haha)!! I really loved the details you are giving not just to Pansy but to her relatives, to her supposed 'friends', emphasizing the array of reactions and responses to wartime, post-war, etc. Her relationship (or rather lack there of) with Blaise for some reason stuck with me. It just echoed beautifully this limbo she seems to be in now, as she tries to figure out where exactly she fits in. I think it really brings an element of reality to your storyline that again is not only a testament to your descriptions but, more importantly, your vision for the post-war wizarding world. Seriously spot on!!

Ohh goodness and the second section--finaly getting a bit of Draco in there (who is one of my favorite characters to both read and write!)--just absolutely broke my heart.

My favorite part: 'He didnít like her anymore.' The way you spaced it, the positioning of the line, so simple yet so powerful. Really well done. Heartbreakingly so, as I said before.

Oh goodness me... I'm quickly becoming a Pansy fan, as you can see.

And well the last section, just left me wanting more. I'm really intrigued to see how Pansy bounces back from this... if she does, who might be Draco's replacement, if any arises. I also can't wait to see your characterization of Azkaban.

Great great work! Looking fwd to Ch. 7!

Yours truly, ffleur

Author's Response: Hello! I'm so glad that you found the first section interesting! (Don't worry- I overuse the word "interesting" too). I'm glad that you liked the amount of details I'm giving in the story- I enjoyed exploring the reactions of the Wizarding world as related to Pansy.

I'm also glad that you think that my vision of the Wizarding world post-war is realistic, especially since I'm exploring a darker post-war vision than I imagine a lot of people write.

:D I'm glad that you liked the section with Draco. I'd been imagining the scene in my mind for quite some time before I actually wrote it. Poor Pansy was so stunned, so surprised by his declaration and that was what I really wanted to get across in this chapter.

Hehe- I'm glad that you're starting to like Pansy. It means that I'm succeeding in making her more than just a simply "evil" character. Thank you.

Thank you once again for reading and reviewing! I look forward to reading your thoughts on chapter seven!

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