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Review:CambAngst says:
Hi, Val!

I'm pretty nervous about seeing poor Astrid getting closer to this German lieutenant. There don't seem to be very many good places that plot line could lead. I guess there's always a possibility she could talk him into turning sides, but I'm guessing it's more likely that her superiors will pressure her to spy on him or possibly kill him. I feel awful for her, but these are the kind of things that happen during a war. I like the way you've set her character up. Because she's young and beautiful, everyone seems to underestimate her. The Minister is trying to seduce her. Yet she's already killed for her cause. She's definitely going to be one to watch. The conversation with Lieutenant Schröder was also interesting. I can see the beginnings of a rapport there, even it it's uneasy.

Poor Simon. You've done a really good job of creating the bleakness of his existence. The horrors going on around him. But more on him in a little while...

Camille and Xavier seem to be inexorably coming together. It's fun to watch them do their little dance of trying to avoid it. Who knows, maybe they'll even find a way to be successful. At the moment, though, it feels like the comforting that's going on is rapidly turning into something more.

I love that you gave Astrid a talking patronus! Sometimes I feel like that's used far too infrequently in HPFF stories.

OK, on to my favorite section of the whole chapter. It was so heartbreaking to find out what happened to Esther. I think it says a lot about Sarah's state of mind that she was able to hold herself together through something like that. The horrors that are being inflicted in this camp. All of those awful things almost felt worth it in light of what happened next...

They found a wand! I am so eager to know how this happened, but it hardly matters at the moment. Simon and Sarah are free, at least for the moment. Naturally, I'm a bit suspicious. With Jean's team having been tasked with tracking down magical collaborators, the suspicious part of me wonders whether the wand was a test of some sort. Something the Germans did to identify any magical prisoners inside the camp. I could see Simon and Johanna having a very unpleasant reunion if that's the case. Suffice it to say that I can't wait to see where Simon and Sarah reappear!

Excellent chapter. Just like the ones that came before, I couldn't see a thing wrong with them. Great job!

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