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Review:Romi. says:
This Albus is just... so sinister. So twisted and so truly *ked up that it scares me! Ironically enough, its the not the big EVIL stuff but the minute details in his character and the sheer, cold vindictiveness in all his dealings that makes it so authentic. Even then, somewhere you feel a pang of sorrow reading it all,his change into a monster all his brilliance going to waste.

I am sorry if I missed it but WHY would Harry do this to his child? And go to that great an extent at Albus's young age? I really want to get into Harry's frame of mind.

Another really really important elusive thing that's gnawing at me is what exactly does Albus want?! Is he doing it just because he can or because he has a higher purpose. See, immortality isn't what he seeks as I interpret from the genius scene with unicorn blood but he also wants to connect the living and dead...ugghh, so confused. Hint please? ;)

Regarding Albus's scene with Lily scene, I wonder does he really care if she loves him. Probably not. But again, you see the making of a villain. Its so fascinating to read :P

I am also really intrigued with Rose being the last. Things will have to go so terribly horribly wrong that statue is lifted and it is an open war pitting muggles vs us...oops, wizardkind. Mind, even with Second Wizarding War, didn't happen so super excited about that.

Love Rose and her ability to cut through Albus's BS!

The most important thing, you have THAT writing gift, to draw the reader and keep his enraptured!

Please update soon! :)

Author's Response: MWHAHAHAHA I love it when readers ask these questions! No, you didn't miss anything; I have yet to explain why Harry Potter did what he did.

I'm so glad you understood that unicorn blood scene. You're right. He doesn't want immortality--perhaps he hoped that he did but "shattering disappointment" strikes him when he finds he doesn't have the same cravings. It's a very pivotal development for Albus, since, to some extent, he's still trying to figure out who he is. As to the higher'll just have to see! I've dropped some very small hints--while everyone loves to draw the parallels between Albus and Voldemort, consider the similarities between Albus and his dad. The scene in chapter 2 with him and his dad holds the key...that's all I'll say.

The scene with Lily and Albus was to show how even his own SISTER doesn't really love him. while Albus is averse to emotions he's not completely unfeeling (maybe he just lieks to think so??). He's stung by her lack of faith in him. More will be explored with Albus' feelings later on.

Yes, the war! Things are going to have to go very bad for that. I also love Rose's ability to cut through his BS--someone has to hahah.

Haha I'll try to update within the week (no promises!) Come by again!

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