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Review:patronus_charm says:
Ah this story was amazing! This last chapter was probably the one which blew me mind both in regards to the plot and to the level of writing. I can’t even think of anything to say it was just so brilliant ♥

I sort of guessed that he was swimming to Azkaban. I think it was just the descriptions of it and it reminded me that Sirius did that too and I was glad to see that I was proved correct. Ah Teddy! You gave into Victoire’s power again. I honestly thought he was going to do something to her at least shout and I think it was due to this line ‘And suddenly I am made of steel’ and I thought that he had finally realised what Victoire was really like.

I’m kind of glad that Teddy didn’t kill or injure her, because despite both of them being mentally unstable Victoire more so, I would like to think that Teddy would still have a little bit of humanity to prevent it from happening. That being said, I still can’t believe that he just fell back under her charm but that just shows what a strong power she held over him.

The ending was so shocking! First of all I almost couldn’t believe that Victoire actually killed her lover. I didn’t realise that her love for abusing power stretched that far and my sympathy I sort of held for her has almost disappeared after that revelation. But she still makes herself seem innocent with this ‘“I wanted...” you stutter, and the sign of weakness surprises me, “I wanted to see what it would be like.”’ I’m still so confused about whether I should feel sorry for her or not!

Then Victoire pushed Teddy off the cliff! Why? Why? I guess she just used the same reasoning for killing the other man by saying she wanted to see what it would feel like. One thing that I found curious about the ending is Teddy’s almost understanding that this was going to happen. I guess it relates back to the theme of Victoire’s love being intoxicating so it was either death or carrying on loving her.

Wow this story was just amazing and I’m so glad that I tagged you in the Ravenclaw tag, because I wouldn’t have wanted to miss out on such an amazing story! ♥


Author's Response: Ahhh, these reviews are amazing, I think you mean! Thank you so much! I really wasn't expecting this level of analysis and praise when I went into the RRT - so thank you so much! You far surpassed my expectations!

You know, I always forget /why/ I wrote that Teddy swam to Azkaban. Looking back on it, it seems a little silly, a little unbelievable - but that connection with Sirius (him being a 'dog' too) makes it all make sense, so thank you so much!

Like I said before, I think that Teddy is only obsessed with Victoire, whereas Victoire is only obsessed with his obsession, if you get me. I don't think that makes sense for anyone but me, but hopefully it'll work. It's very dark, and Teddy's a bit crazy, so I wanted my writing to reflect that. It is very different to all the fluffy TedVics out there. She changed. He changed her into a werewolf thing, like him, so he fell in love with her all over again because they were finally on the same level. But then.. dun dun dun... she rearranged the power struggle so she was back on top of it. Superior, and all that.

Yeah, Victoire's crazy. She kills everyone. She's a bit mental. I actually love that line you pointed out - all of Victoire's dialogue is so unpredictable, I think, and at times quite cliche.

Metaphorical deaths are always fun - lots of burning souls and longing looks and over-pretentious grasping onto someone as the breath leaves them. But real deaths are more fun. I love my body counts and this story has... three, I think. Maybe more. Victoire might have gone cray cray elsewhere.

Thanks for the review! Really, thank you so much, Kiana!

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