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Review:Your Secret Santa says:
Hello again

I just read The star listener a few minutes ago, and it's so weird because this story just shows another side of Hannah. It's a good and well-written story, and I really loved it.

In The star listener you see Hannah from Susan's perspective, and she seems so strong and brave, and she acts like a leader. I believe that's how people around Hannah see her. But in this story, you see that Hannah have struggles of her own. You see the side she doesn't show most people, because I think she sort of feels like she needs to stay strong for everyone else. She feels like she needs to be brave and keep everyone together, because everyone depends on her to do just that.

In this story, the war is over. You can really see everything she struggled with during it. She feels everything I expect someone would feel if they survived a war. It's like she in some ways died in that war, because she will never be the same person again. It's obvious that the memories from the war is haunting her, and they will probably do that her whole life. And you just can't help but empathize with her.

You also have some really good quotes. I loved several of them. The quote: "They had all known what they had signed up for, but they never really expected to die for it" is just so true. You can sign up for something that's dangerous, and when it ends badly for you or someone around you, it still comes as a shock. You just don't expect death, and especially not when the victims are so young as the ones in the HP war.

My favorite quote, however is: "The end might have happened. But that doesn't mean it's ever really over". That's just so true. It's never really over, because you'll always have the memories. You'll always remember what happened.

Okay, so I have said enough now. I think it's quite obvious that I love your story. Sorry for this extremely long review. Hope I made it obvious how much I loved this story. 10/10

- Your Secret Santa

Author's Response: Yah, i think a person can only be so strong for so long and she spent so long being strong for the war that eventually the demons she kept at bay showed up at her doorstep. I don't think that images from the war will ever leave either, they will always be there and eventually i think it gets better but I'm not sure if that sort of thing would ever really leave a person. No matter how strong they seemed. This is just shows an extreme end of how far a person can crumble.

Thank you so much for your beautiful review! I appreciate you comments so much! They made me feel over the moon! Seriously!

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