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Review:AlexFan says:
I remember reading the first chapter of this a very long time ago and I came back for the second one!

This was a lot more interesting than the first. I enjoyed seeing everything from Persephone's point of view. The feminist in me was angry at the sexism being displayed by the men in this society but I could see that Persephone could see it as well and she had to ignore it. Considering the time period of this story however, I understand why everything is the way that it is.

Persephone seems like a strong character, by the sounds of it she;s had to go through a lot in her life and she hasn't let it get to her or bring her down which I admire.

I also look forward to seeing how Persephone's magic could help the Society and what it is that they all actually do (you may have mentioned this in the last chapter and I just don't remember it).

And a new character enters into the story as well! I look forward to learning more about this David Weatherly. Very obviously he and Persephone had a past together and it sounds quite interesting so I'm actually very interested in learning how those two are connected and what is going to happen between them.

Author's Response: Thanks for coming back to it! Even though I haven't updated or even written a new chapter for this story, it's still my favorite of the ones that I've written. :)

Yes, I wanted to make the contrast between Persephone and the members of the Society very striking. They are all incredibly sexist and unwilling to accept change, which will definitely be a thorn in Persephone's side! In a way, it was fun to write characters like this because it's something that I have to imagine, having never really experienced it myself.

I really love Persephone's character--I think that she's my favorite OC that I've written! If I ever come back to this story, her magical prowess will be revealed and the Society's interest in her will be explained. Of course, I actually have to write the third chapter, so the explanation might be a long time in coming! :(

When I wrote David Weatherly into the story, I immediately felt conflicted about him. He and Persephone definitely have a past, yes, but what about their future? It is something that I still do not know. Maybe one day...

Thank you for your awesome review!! :D


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