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Review:maskedmuggle says:
Hello!

I really enjoyed this! I found it quite a unique plot - particularly with the character of Sirena, and it's awesome to get Louis Weasley as the main character, as he's one of the less popular Next Gens to write about. First off, I thought you did a great job with Fleur's accent - I don't think I'd be able to imitate it as well as you did! I loved the interaction between Fleur and Louis, it all felt really realistic!

I liked the plot situation that was happening. When you said that "centaur land was trespassed by a Muggle expedition", I feel a bit uncertain since.. wouldn't' centaur land have muggle-repelling charms? Anyway, I'm reading way too much into it so just ignore me if you like :P I just like to question everything I read, hehe! The only other thing I noticed was that confidant is spelled confident, but apart from that, I found this story really interesting and well written!

The idea of Sirena being a mermaid and her being the one that attacked the muggles was unexpected, but pretty believable! I do think that this would work much better as a short story so hopefully I'll remember to check it out once the House Cup is over and you do get another chapter in - I'm really interested to know how Louis reacts and what he does now! Great story! :)

- Charlotte/maskedmuggle
House Cup 2013 Ravenclaw

Author's Response: I think Louis is rather overlooked as a Next-Generation character, so I'm glad that you liked having him as the main character! To answer your questions, centaur-land would be protected by Muggle-repelling charms realistically, but that's part of the whole magical creatures problem that I want to address in the next part after the HC is over.

Thank you so much for reading and reviewing!(:


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