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Review:UnluckyStar57 says:

I'm back (finally!) to review another crazy chapter!! :)

The sugar quill dream and Roderick's subsequent death are both quite dark for such silliness that abounds! It makes a really cool, hilarious contrast. I didn't see Peony's arrest coming at all--but it definitely makes sense, in a convoluted way. Before that, Peony's new attitude toward men is very spot-on histrionic, and she didn't back down, even when confronted with Blaise's monstrous pecs! Bellatrix's allergy to latex amused me the most, as did the description of Carrow as a toad!

As usual, this was a marvelously ridiculous chapter! :)


Author's Response: Hi there!

Thanks so much for coming back to the silliness! I don't know why, but I seem to enjoy juxtaposing the light and the dark in my writing. Either I have a hidden dark side, or my addiction to Oreo cookies has infiltrated my creative side. Who's to say? In most art forms, I really appreciate contrast.

Oh good! You're the first person to tell me that Peony's arrest surprised you. It was supposed to be surprising, so I'm happy it worked on someone. I'm also incredibly pleased that you found Peony's histronic-ness to be correct. When I wrote her, I knew what I was going for, but I didn't know the "clinical term" for it and ended up researching mental conditions for about two hours. I had hoped I picked the right one. :)

And Bellatrix's allergy... let's just nod and move on.

Carrow's toad-ness was a desperate attempt at adding a quick bout of character development without putting all the effort into giving him too much of a spotlight. If it was entertaining, I am relieved. :)

Thanks so much for another incredible review!

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