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Review:Lululuna says:
Hi! I'm finally here for your requested review. I'm really glad you re-requested and gave me an excuse to come and review this wonderful chapter in your very original story.

I really like Draco's uncertainty here and how he doesn't really believe Anaxandra's story himself. However it's nice to see him protecting her a little bit which fits intriguingly like the tagline of him being an invaluable asset. Draco's initial dismay about having to deal with her while she's in protective custody were amusing as well.

On that subject, the whole protective custody thing kind of frightens me, especially with them taking away her wand. The no communication to the outside world makes sense, in case she was contacting someone who turned out to be dangerous, but taking away her wand so she couldn't even defend herself seems a little extreme and more like she's being imprisoned than protected. That being said I'm loving all the legal jargon for wizards, it makes for some really great details! :)

I really liked Robards in this chapter and he really comes across as the long-suffering, hardened security chief. His lines where he complains and wishes he could just put her in Azkaban for making Timothy cry were hilarious- poor Timothy, but what kind of an Auror cries when questioning someone?! :P This chapter made me more curious about the mystery that is Anaxandra and what's going on in the wizarding world with all these murders- I really have no idea on what to expect.

The description of her model galaxy was really beautiful, and such an intriguing talent to have to calm her! I loved the line about how the real stars were even better, however. I feel like I haven't really gotten to know the real Anaxandra very well yet with all the excitement so that little detail made me feel a little more interested in her and made her more relatable.

Of course Draco would just barge in! I like their little rivalry for "dominance" as was put and how even though Anaxandra immediately detests him she can sympathize with him and understand his perspective. I feel sorry for Astoria more than Draco in this chapter- true, he has a demanding job and she could be a little more understanding, but it was nice of her to stay and make sure he got home safely all the same.

Another great chapter, and I really like how the story is coming along! :D

Author's Response: Thank you for reviewing!

Well, she didn't have a wand in the first place, so she didn't have any means of protecting herself already, and the house they are being held in is charmed and all that so whoever shouldn't be there won't be there. Plus, Draco's supposed to be there the majority of the time, and that should be protection enough, so the Ministry thinks ;)

Haha, well Anaxandra is a spit-fire, so I could only imagine that she really chewed him out :P

Ah yes, her model galaxy :) I love writing about it, as I think it's a very beautiful piece of her life and background. This will be explained more later.

You'll see a little more of Astoria later. She makes a couple more appearances, and I have no idea if you'll keep taking her side or not :)

Thank you very much again for reviewing!

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