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Review:patronus_charm says:
Hello there Iím here from the Ravenclaw Review Tag :D You included Sigmund Freud? *tries to calm self* I may like psychology a little too much and may have read some of his workÖ I feel so stupid not connecting the title with the subjects :P

I really liked the introduction of Cassiopeia and I thought it was really glad. For starters Ravenclaw won which was awesome and secondly she seemed to be a really awesome character. Iím one of those weird people who always prefer the mean guys to the nice ones so of course I really liked this whole persona you built up around her.

You went into a good detail with the description both physical and emotional description which was something nice to see as it isnít always done so it was a pleasant surprise to see it here. Another thing I really liked was how you stuck to the attributes of each house and it made me laugh seeing the Hufflepuffs brows furrowing and now Iím going to go to sleep with images of that.

The psychology was merged in really well and added to the story a lot. As I said before I know a bit about Freudís work so it was alright, however most people probably donít, so I would perhaps suggest including an explanation about what each means in your author note so people got the whole meaning. Itís only a suggestion though :)

The side mention of Rose and Scorpius was brilliant and it made me crack up seeing my OTP act in that way. One tiny suggestion you might want to consider is perhaps create more tension towards him and Cassiopeia for even greater comedic effect. Just do the romantic clichťs really but make them both oblivious to it and it will be gold!

That was a really great start to your story and yay for Freud!


Author's Response: Thank you for your review!! :)

Yes, I love me some Siggy myself. We talked about him a lot in Psych this year, and his work definitely plays some of a part in this story. (Just a little, though. Hahaha...)

It's quite interesting to know that you prefer villains to heroes, but it's really cool. I'm glad that you liked Cassiopeia, and yes, yay Ravenclaw!

I'm glad that you thought my description was good. Sometimes I worry that I don't put enough into it, but hopefully that's not the case with this story. It's nice to hear that you were amused by Lysander--he's a bit of a character, I'd like to think. :)

I probably should explain myself, what with all of the psychology that I'm throwing out there, but I'll have to save that for a time when I edit. Thanks for the heads up!

Scorose is an interesting phenomenon, especially as seen (or NOT seen) in the brief mention that I threw in. I'm glad that I cracked you up with their interaction. :D


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