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Review:randomwriter says:
Hi Amanda! :) I enjoyed your first chapter so much, that I've decided to keep checking this from time to time. I hope I don't miss an update!

This chapter, like the first, was extremely well written. I love the tone you've used here. Your style is simple but clear which makes it easy to follow what is happening. Another thing that struck me is that through there is not much visual imagery in the scope of the story line, you've narrated it well enough for the reader to be able to visualize each scene in their minds. It's a great achievement.

I really like the idea you've got going on here. The whole theme of PTSD (I believe?) since she and Hermione keep having these post war themes. Maybe one of the reasons I'm really enjoying this is because I am a student of psychology, so I find this all very engaging. The plot, along with your writing has really drawn me in.

Bringing in Ron and Hermione was like a breeze of familiarity. I love how you've written all four of them, actually. Even though it pains me to see the trouble they're going through. It'll be nice to see what happens.

I also enjoyed your opening scene with Harry and Ginny. I can't exactly put my finger on the reason, but something about it really made me smile :) Though I wish she hadn't kept it from Harry. But hey, it's your story. I'm sure you have your reasons.

All in all, it was another great update. I'm eagerly awaiting the next update now, and my curiosity levels are steadily on the rise :P

Enjoyed this one :)

Author's Response: Hello again! Thanks for stopping by!

Yes, PTSD is a major theme here, and as you can see it manifests itself in different ways depending on the individual and the events that person has experienced. I'm a graduate student in clinical psychology and tried to make the symptoms as realistic as possible while also keeping it interesting.

I'm happy you liked the introduction of Ron and Hermione. As for Ginny not telling Harry, as I tried to point out, she doesn't want to burden him with her troubles because he's had so many of his own and finally has peace. Of course, her feelings on the subject could change as the story continues.

Thanks again for your kind review!


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