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Review:nott theodore says:
Somehow this story just keeps getting better and better!

I thought you built up the suspense and tension really well in the opening of this chapter. I liked the way that you described the way that Astrid and Xavier looked after taking the Polyjuice Potion. It shows the level of planning they've put into this plan, and once again, your descriptions are lovely.

The way that they actually murdered Jean's uncle was really clever. Really they tricked him into killing himself - and again, it's an untraceable method. I liked the chaos that his death resulted in, and I felt like I could picture the scene so well.

Aw, I just want to give Johanna a hug! That was another really difficult scene to write and I think that you handled it sensitively once again. I feel so sorry for her and yet I think she's even stronger than I did before as well - I hadn't realised that she'd been through something so awful. It makes me wonder whether that is the reason for her choosing to fight, to exact some sort of revenge.

The moment between Camille and Xavier was quite sweet again - no matter how much they try to deny it, there's still something there between them, I think. I'm intrigued to find out what went wrong between them. It makes sense that they were really good friends before though, especially since they're both prepared to fight for their country. But to answer the question in your AN, I'm definitely rooting for them already!

Again, the descriptions of the Ministry were great, and provided a harsh contrast to the poverty that other people are living in. It's frustrating that some people will always look after themselves first, even when others are suffering.

I'm really not sure about Jean and I don't know what his motives for saying that about Astrid were. I think perhaps what Camille has said could be a part of it, since he seems to fit much more into the stereotypical attitude towards women of a male at that time, but I also think there might be something else behind it. I hadn't actually realised that this was Astrid's first misson, since she seemed so self-assured about things.

I'm not sure how I feel about Paul Goldberg either. I think he probably has the right motives for what he's doing, but has made the wrong decisions. Something about taking magic away from people who choose to collaborate with the other side just seems completely wrong to me... it takes away all semblance of free choice. I could probably go into a long rant about that but you don't need to hear that right now!

It's good that there are signs of conflict beginning to appear in the group. With such a big group disagreements are unavoidable, but also with all the stresses of the actual time and the war going on around them, it's something that's bound to happen.

I'm really excited and almost nervous to read about Simon in the next chapter!

Sian :)

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