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Review:marauder5 says:
I meant to keep reading this story a long time ago, but I haven't got around to it. But finally, I read another chapter. And it was as good as I had expected. Not that I'm not interested in the Devil's Duel and its outcome, but it was quite nice to get a break from it.

It was also very nice to see Sirius and Regulus get along. I see no reason why they shouldn't. Sirius must forgive Regulus after what he did, right? He was good, after all. So that makes me really happy.

Ariana was a nice addition too. I like how you described her fear of life on earth, and I hope we'll get to see more of her in this story.

It was also interesting to hear their speculations on the outcome of the Devil's Duel, to get a better insight on why they forced Peter to join and the rules of the imprisonment in the Grotta.

Overall, a very good chapter. I have no complaints, and I'm eager to keep reading :)

Author's Response: The Devil's Duel is a grueling, time-sucking, stressful occasion. As much as I liked writing the various rounds, the real meat and mystery is in the in-between chapters. You'll find as the story progresses that there is a whole lot more to this island than meets the eye.

I loved giving Sirius and Regulus the opportunity to have family again. The brothers had a great many years to reflect on what was important and what wasn't, and in my head I think they embraced each other fairly quickly after Sirius arrived in Cliodna's Clock.

Ahh, the speculations. They are endless. If there's one think you can say about the afterlife, it's that they have very, VERY little to do. So they will talk certain subjects to death.

Thank you for reading and reviewing!

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