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Review:Flavia says:
I liked it...but then again I've always thought stories are better with a good dose of hopelessness (is that how you spell it? Seems like too many s's...). I like the depth of James' character, and I thought there was something very real about the fact that he didn't want to lose Rachelle, even though he doesn't love her. That's a very human thing I think, to just not want to be alone. I do sometimes think James talks or thinks in a way that doesn't quite seem in character, like his reflections on the moon (see what I did there?) or in the previous chapter when he was talking about the books...but then again they are the parts of the story that I think are the best written, so i don't know how to feel about it!

I liked Leo's stand against his they really are pieces of work, aren't they?

I'm very happy that Rose and Scorpius are friends again, I am not adverse to a bit of ScoRose provided it's written well...and you do write it well.

Bring on the conflict and hopelessness I say!

Author's Response: Oh what a crazy happenstance, I just commented on one of your status updates :D

You will definitely like/hate the next chapter! James goes into this whole in Hamlet, when Hamlet fakes (well, maybe, that's up for debate) being insane. But, he does do reflections similar to his one about the moon/hemingway novels, so we'll see if you think it's realistic. I'm excited to see how you'll respond to it :D

Anyway, yeah I didn't think James would actually be happy with losing Rachelle, because junk like that is hard...and complicated...and, argh! Now I'm remembering some of my own break-ups :/

Leo's parents make me laugh, but yeah...they are quite the scandalous pair :P

Oh, you flatter me *blushes*. I think what I like most about writing my ScoRose is how oblivious Scorpius is! He's such a fun kid.

It is coming *insert evil laugh*

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