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Review:Courtney Dark says:
Wow, I can't believe i'm up to chapter five already! I have to say, it's super exciting watching the way this story unfolds.

This was a pretty short chapter but I enjoyed it just as much as all the others-surprise, surprise. I love the way Brienne's character is developing and how we are slowly bekng introduced to other characters that make the story so much more believable.

You just have this...this knack for writing. Like, everything you write seems to come out so perfectly and seamlessly which makes me super jealous! I wish my writing was as flawless as yours and as...carefree if that makes any sense at all.

I feel as though this chapter was completely needed, though it is quite fluffy/fillerish to balance out all those other angsty feels and, as I've said before, it keeps the pace of this story very natural which I think is what I like best about The Joker and Her. The Quidditch practise was a nice way to start. I love the little details you added into this sequence such as: 'he was pulling a thick coat firmly around her as the chilling breeze blew through her hair, taking the falling leaves with them.' I don't know why, but this sentence really helped me to put myself in Brienne's shoes and I actually found myself longing for Hogwarts!

I have to admit, I was wondering when you were going to introduce Angelina and I am glad that you did now, as she is an important part of the twins lives. I'm hoping that she and Brienne will become better friends as the story goes on. I also like the fact that Brienne was complaining about being up so early-it definitely reminded me of Oliver Wood-the Quidditch crazy maniac captain who Fred and George were always complaining about!

The fact that Brienne speaks in French when she doesn't want others to know what she's saying or when she's badmouthing someone is a very nice touch! It's little characteristics and habits like this that really make characters believable and give them more depth-it also reminded me of Brienne's background and backstory, which I think is important to keep in my head.

I liked the addition of Crookshanks (it was Crookshanks, right?) not only because it brought me back to the original Harry Potter books but because Brienne laughed-really laughed-for the first time, which shows how she is developing as a character and feels more at home with Fred and George than ever before. I am looking forward to seeing how you expand on this.

I liked the addition of the girl talk between Brienne, Angelina, Alicia and Katie about Brienne and George. It just felt so real and Brienne's reaction just fit perfectly. I can't wait to see where things go with her and George. Oh, and I really enjoyed the water fight. It was just so...the Weasley Twins! Love it.

Author's Response: Hi! I think this is probably my least favourite chapter, so therefore this is my favourite review for it! xD I'm just so happy that you're still happy and impressed with it. It's so flattering.

Writing is my only measurable "talent," (except for baking) so thank you kindly for saying that I've impressed you :)

I think this chapter was important for introducing Angelina and for characterisation. Angelina is obviously a key player in the story so I hope you like her and that you want to see more of her :)

Thank you very much again for your awesome review :)

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