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Review:ValWitch21 says:




This is your cue to cackle and rub your hands together like a fly. And yes, my comparison makes no sense.

ANYWAY. *rewinds*

Edie and Sealus bromance was adorable, though I wish she wouldn't lie to him.

I'm really happy you included some background info on Edie and her family during the war, because it was something I was really curious about. The way you made her aware of how lucky she was made me smile, because it makes her more accessible than she sometimes is. Also, why am I not surprised Lisa stayed to help?

Oh, Artie -- what was he calling Edie in for originally anyway? Just to carry around tea? He makes me laugh, with his repeated use of exclamation marks. Seriously! This type of phrasing exhausts me just by looking at it! It's just so chirpy and bright!

Obviously, I cannot believe Rose's attitude, and Oliver's even less. And of course we'll have to wait to find out why...

Naw, Edie, that is not a good idea! (I was very happy to see Hypatia back though). Kissing Jae Chang will not solve your problems. (Her reasoning as to why she kissed him makes perfect sense, and I'm happy you included that explanation).

RIGHT. If this review babbles and makes no sense, blame my sleep-deprived brain, and I don't know if I left a review on chapter but if I didn't then I will soon. If I remember.

Sorry for this messy jumble &hearts

Author's Response: Haha, no the fly comparison totally makes sense! I do have an unhealthy obsession with awaiting peoples' reactions every time a ~*~plot twist~*~ happens. Although I wonder if this was even a surprise? Hm... I should have asked that question in the chapter.

YOU DID SAY SEALUS. At first I thought it was a ship name, but I couldn't figure it out. Except now I'm reading it as seal-us. Like the animal... anyway! I've been pretty conflicted about Edie's role in the War, and whether or not I should mention it. I wanted this story to be primarily humour, and it started out that way. But I found out the longer that I wrote, the less realistic things seemed if I didn't throw in a little angst here and there. So I'm trying to navigate between including her past and having this story take a "dark turn." I really want to keep things light, though!

I think Ward was just like EVERYONE GET HERE NOW WE NEED HELP IMMEDIATELY NOW NOW NOW without really thinking. That's something I've experienced from internship advisors; when something goes wrong, get the free labor to help out!

Oh Edie, you impulsive little thing you. Kissing Jae is not the best idea, you're entirely right Val! But she has this nasty little habit of not thinking ahead. (Edie and I may or may not share this affliction...)

Thank you so much for this review! I'll be stalking your author page ;3

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