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Review:UnluckyStar57 says:
Hi! I'm here from the B v. B review battle!

...Wow, I really need to make it a priority to read this whole story in one sitting. It isn't monstrously long, and it's SO marvelous. You've got description and dialogue and plot all perfectly laid out. It really is brilliant. :)

So, we meet Cho. She seems very different in this World War universe, but that might be because first, there's a war, and second, she's usually overlooked in fanfiction, unless she's pining after Harry or something. (This is just what I've seen.) But in this story, Cho is a warrior for a cause--a nursemaid, but a warrior nevertheless. She wants to help, using her skills to make the ailing men get on the road to recovery. It was interesting how Sister Miriam knew of Cho's magical abilities--she's a nun, and I'm not sure how accepting they are of witchcraft--but she didn't condemn Cho for it. Really, it's an asset to the cause, and the rebellious sister realizes it. Very good name choice, by the way! :)

And... Oh! Cedric! Now I'm curious to know about his past relationship with Cho. Did they date? Were they just friends? I guess I'll have to read on to find out!

This story continues to be AWESOME. I will definitely be reading more of it in the near future! :)


Author's Response: Hey, nice to hear from you again :)

First off, I'm so glad you're enjoying the story!

Cho does seem to really only take focus if Harry is pining over her or she over him in canon, and I was a little confused by that, because she's obviously talented and there must be more to her if she wound up in Ravenclaw. She did a lot of brave things and I could picture her trying to help out with the war and being willing to take risks that some other girls in her position maybe would not.

Miriam was one of my favorite parts of this story because she brought some comedy to a really bleak situation. I think you would have to be able to do that to put up with the difficult things that you would see as a nurse, especially in this time. I think she was probably more accepting than most of magic because she recognized that they needed all the help they could get in dealing with injuries coming from the front lines. Think of something like mustard gas--it would be brand new and really scary to a lot of people during this war, and maybe Miriam saw things like potions and charms as logical remedies for unnatural, cruel "magic" like mustard gas.

You'll have to see how well Cho and Cedric get along :) I think both of them having been Hogwarts students is a major asset to their relationship in this unfamiliar, scary place.

Thank you for this really lovely review!


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