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Review:lia_2390 says:
Have you ever thought of watching people read your work? I imagine you'll been grinning like a cheshire, especially after this last chapter. Because, what in all actuality? Holy crap! Okay, I'm trying to put things into perspective.

Let's go back to the beginning with Cadogan. I wonder what brought him here. Moody's line about him "appearing out of nowhere" first led me to believe he came out of the tomb itself, but then he could have apparated there too, but how? He probably followed her and saw her apparate in the alley as well, so perhaps my musings of Moody were wrong in that regard. But how did the two of them meet? What was the reason for it? If in the end, the same person who drew them together tore them apart because Mr. E went a bit too far. Or, he found out about something he wasn't supposed to. Was he really a lonely man looking for something like Helen was? Gahh, there are so many things, but this is why I love mysteries to much.

After Helen found the demonology book, she should realise this is something far, far beyond her control. I think that who is responsible, definitely was released from the tomb - the same one that caused the wind to blow up around her in such away back in chapter three - which is why I mentioned that of course she has to look like Ankhesenamun. (Maybe I'm thinking more of the Mummy's plot...I dunno). It made me go back to re-read the prologue. Mentions of Seth (the red-headed one) and the daemon.

The dream is the most puzzling of all. I honestly don't think she was speaking to Cadogan there, but to Seth himself. It's as if Cadogan was only a vessel or a puppet being manipulated by a greater being. Then there's the interest in Philae...the rumoured burial ground of Osiris who was killed by his brother Seth...


Hmm.

Author's Response: Oh yes! It would be fun to watch their faces, gauge their reactions... it would also be really useful, more useful than reviews (because most people write them once they've had time to think things through - there's a lot less immediacy to it).

This chapter is a bit of a doozy. It re-introduces some of the mystical elements of the prologue, and it's uncertain how much of Helen's experience on the boat is part of the dream world and how much is actually real. It seems that Cadogan is at the centre of that boundary between dream and reality, and there's much about him that Helen still has to discover. ;)

Haha, your point about Helen looking like Ankhesenamun has made me come up with a terribly mean plot twist. Thank you... though you might not thank me later...

Aahh, again, I have to remain silent on many things. I love reading your questions to see how you're piecing the mystery together. It's helpful because I've taken so long to actually figure out the plot of this story that I can't always remember what clues I've left along the way. Thank you so much for reading and reviewing this story! It means a lot to have heard from you. ^_^


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