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Review:Lululuna says:
Hi again! :)

This chapter was heartbreaking on so many levels. First of all, the mayor came across as a relatively likeable and genial man, and while I understand why they need him dead it came across as quite tragic. For the greater good, I suppose. :( Astrid's doubts were entirely reasonable, but I like how in this story you play around with the standards of right and wrong, necessity and humanity.

Poor Johanna. :( You mananged to describe just enough of the scene to stir feelings of foreboding and repulsion without being graphic. Just the single symbol of the knitting needles, and how physically and emotionally painful the experience must have been for these poor girls, is very upsetting, but you wrote it very tastefully and smoothly.

I enjoyed the insight into the French Ministry of Magic as well, and the sort of nostalgic splendour of it. The Minister seems like a shady type, but they always are, aren't they? Stripping magic from wizards on the other side is certainly interesting, and though it seems a little barbaric, as the Minister said it is war and different rules and morals apply. I'm interested to see how they'll go about the missions.

I'm really liking Camille-she's so sassy! I loved her exclamation that Jean cannot keep her from thinking as she wished-somehow that line just tied the entire chapter together so well. In the pursuit of goodness and fighting for their country, they sometimes have to do unspeakable things as well, and maintain their free will and morality to avoid simply becoming as bad as the enemy.

Another really well-written and smoothly flowing chapter! I loved it, and I'm certainly adding this story to my favourites! :)

Author's Response: Hi!

Don't give in to first impressions, that's all I'll say. Jean's dislike will be explained, and hopefully justified as well. Astrid is probably the most doubtful character of all, and I'm glad you like that trait.

Urgh, I feel so terrible for Johanna. She's probably the character who has been through the most, and yet I think she's also the strongest, especially in terms of convictions.

My lips are sealed about the Ministry (as much as I just want to tell everyone everything)...

Camille is quite snappy, yes! I'm glad you liked that line.

Thanks so much for another of your lovely review :)

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