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Review:TheHeirOfSlytherin says:
It's pretty cool that Jack feels for humans, even just a little. Vampires are usually portrayed as evil and inhuman or brooding, guilt-ridden time bombs, who can't stop after a drop of blood, but hate themselves afterwards, Jack just seems to have morals. Now he's even more awesome than before.

This new clan sound interesting, I can't wait to meet them. And I loved the addition of Rorp, he seems cool (though I think all vampires are cool, purely because they're vampires :P). And the familiar woman, didn't see that coming.

Antique Weasley product! Wow! :D

Can't wait to read more of this!

Sam.

Author's Response: heeey! Yay so happy you came back!

Yeah, I always found it a bit, well, simple to make vampires appear so strongly opposed to their own nature. Jack can control his blood-thirst just as we can keep ourselves from clearing the shelves when we are passing by, say, a supermarket (well, sometimes anyways :P). What bothers him is more the way, to others, he is first and foremost a vampire and only if they get to know him can he be just an individual. That said, I do understand the reasons behind the broody, self-hating vampires. As a metaphor of our own, urban conflict between civilization and our more intinct-diven physical nature, they work just fine. But I prefer to not demonize the civilizational constraints or the instinctive drives. Jack is just trying to find a balance. And I'm glad that you feel his moral side is redeeming :)

Oh and haha glad you liked the antique Weasley product :D The twins are never going to stop being absolute LEGEND :D


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