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Review:Calypso says:
Hello again!

Ooh, I really like the moral twist you're putting all of this- In a way, I'm glad that your team aren't going to get away with their actions without some kind of pay-off. It could be really interesting to see how any doubts the characters might have will play out, because ohmygosh they're ruthless aren't they? I almost felt sorry for the Mayor there, he really didn't stand a chance!

Johanna's backstory was just heartbreaking! I felt so sorry for her. (And the feminist in me had a nice little internal rant about how unfair and hideous the whole thing is!) It certainly puts an interesting slant on her actions in the first chapter...
I really like how we're discovering bits and pieces about these characters, and gradually building up a picture of them all.

Definitely rooting for Camille and Xavier here! (Xaville? Camier?) The little scene between them was perfect: very subtle and understated but none the less impactful for it. I get the impression that they still have some sort of feeling for one another...?

I think I'm reserving judgement about the Minister for the time being... I know they're in desperate times, but his plan does seem pretty awful, especially in light of what Astrid reads in the file. I like the idea of mountain elves though- it was very original and the description of it sounded as if it came straight out of Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them!

I'm very intrigued by Jean's comment about Astrid too, and where that could be leading, too...

Another really wonderful chapter- I look forward to reading on! ♥


Author's Response: Hi!

They are quite ruthless, terrifyingly so sometimes, and even though I'm the one writing sometimes I have to pause, stare balnkly at the screen, and wonder where on earth what I just typed came from. But I also think this ruthlessness is necessary to their survival, in an almost primitive kind of way: kill or be killed. If that makes sense?

Oh, Johanna. Again, one of those moments where I have no idea why I'm so horrible to my characters...

I go with Camivier, but Xaville sounds good too! As for them still having feelings for one another, well. If I said anything, that'd spoil it, no?

You're absolutely right to reserve your judgement about the Minister, even I'm not sure where I stand. This story more or less writes itself, so everything can happen without me agreeing to it, which probably isn't very reassuring.

Thank you so much for yet another lovely review! ♥

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