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Review:MissMdsty says:
I don't think Lucius Malfoy really thought this out. Okay, it's all fun and games until the Dark Lord actually wins! And then what? Dear me, you founded this man's war against your world but when he has it all, does he really need the money anymore? Like I said, you didn't think it through.

This chapter did nothing to ease my fear for Hermione. And with her wand broken, she really has no chance (that I see now) of getting away. And now Draco will join in her fate. Running away when you've won? Really?

I like how we saw the loss of innocence in Draco as well, as he saw his parents worried and aging and saw their end. Creepy!

Author's Response: I sort of get the impression that Lucius Malfoy didn't think a lot of things through, and this especially. He's a bit like Pettigrew, really, in that he just wants to be on the winning side -- and also like Pettigrew, he cast his bets on the wrong horse, as it were.

Hermione's definitely not out of it yet, I'm afraid. :( But don't lose hope yet! Draco's quite instrumental to the rest of the story, too, so keep your eye on him...

I like loss-of-innocence Draco. MUCH more than at any other point in the books. :P Thank you yet again for such a fantastic review, and for all your reviews in general!!

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