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Review:Dezire_427 says:
Okay, you should never do that again. Ever. Make me feel so sad and angry with just mere words (albeit extremely well-written.)

The thing is, I need a coherent, detailed analysis of Natasha's nature, a lenthy character sketch, because i've forgotten a lot of details from early chapters and now, I just can't understand why she doesn't say something. Her mother is less like her mother, more like a manager, Georgina behaves like a tyrant, and all these people are forcing her to leave things she loves and people she cares about for something she, to put it lightly, intensely dislike and can't care less about. If I were in her place, I would have told Georgina to take her filthy crown and dump it in a gutter, I wouldn't have cared. I fail to understand why Tash doesn't /say something/!

Asdfghjkl; this is too much!

The end was one of the saddest things i've ever read. That was just cruel, making James stand right there as she was leaving. I felt like crying and simultaneously breaking something. Plus, the scene you described about Headmistress Chang only ever being sympathetic to Tash? Total heartbreak. I can't feel my feelings anymore. My emotions are a holy mess.

I hope everything sorts itself out soon and Tash has an epiphany or something. Other than that, you're a brilliant writer who can't be complimented enough. :)

Two chapters please! :D
-Akansha.

Author's Response: AHah I'm sorry! I know this chapter is definitely very depressingly sad, but things have to get worse before they get better, yeah?

As for a detailed analysis of Natasha's nature. I think of her as very quiet and reserved. Very passive (obviously) and my biggest trait with her is that she's a people pleaser. She never wants anybody to be upset with her so she always does what they ask of her. She also has a very strong tie to her mother (if you reread the second scene of chapter 3 you'll kind of get some backstory on her and her mum). But yeah, she doesn't speak up and she's been that way her whole life, so it'll take quite a lot to get her to start doing it now. I understand your frustrations though, because writing her frustrates me to no end, but by the end of the story I quite liked her so hopefully you'll like her more too!

Yes, I understand the sad ending to this chapter. It was depressing to write, but it's a scene I've been planning since I started the story. I'm so sorry for making you sad though! But don't worry, everything will sort itself out. Whether or not you like how it's sorted is another story though!

Thank you so much for reviewing and I'm so happy you like my writing :)
-Rebecca


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