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Review:BookDinosaur says:
OH HAI KIANA.

So Rose and Lorcan told them! I loved their reactions, it was all very real. David's puzzled kind of despair was actually quite endearing, how bad he felt for not recognising Lorcan. And I love how you mentioned that the Weasley family was really big even back in the 1920s, I can picture it perfectly somehow.

And haha, I loved how Lorcan just mentioned Brits sticking together, it seems very patriotic and makes perfect sense in my opinion. And bahaha i think poor George might be a little addled but it's endearing. Kiana. you have successfully endeared almost all of the 1920s exploring crew to me. Now just please don't make any of them the villain. :P

Oh my goodness, I really need a name for the creepy guy with power. He seems very sinister and malicious and I'm just hoping he doesn't do anthing too awful to Rashidi and Dalila and Scorpius. I love how Rashidi is still a child at heart really, how he says he can help with the distraction and how he says his coughing is just a small chest pain.

The creepy guy with power has a potion suddenly became a lot more sinister at the end of the chapter. What smaller piece in a larger game? Why does he have a potion, what is it, and what is he planning to use it for? Why did he smell it? Oh dear, is it Amortentia? My mind is basically running amok right now. Calm down, me.

Ahh, worried mother Hermione is so lovely! I love how it's obvious that she's thinking about Rose every second by how she compares Hugo to Rose without really thinking about it. I don;t think she would have done the in a normal situatation. And how tense she is, she snaps at Hugo about the tea, and Ron poking fun at her because she takes her tea without sugar was just sweet, and it's exactly what I'd expect Ron to do. And then hermione decides that she's going after Rose! She's so in canon, and I applaud you for that, and now I am hoping that maybe creepy guy with power might not win. After all, will his carefully crafted plan stand up against the might of hermione Granger-Weasley's wrath?

Author's Response: OH HAI EMILY.

Yes, it would have been rather making them pretend to be Muggles for the rest of the story but I figured the truth should come out at some point. I'm so glad that you liked all of their reactions, and of course the Weasley family were big, it's weird thinking they wouldn't be.

Haha, yes a little patriotism had to go on show given that WWI only ended a couple of years ago so it seemed natural they would be like that :P Yay for you liking all of them now, but I can't say whether one will be a villain or not for obvious reasons :P

I'm sorry about the lack of name, but yay for him being evil! He doesn't really do anything that awful ;) Or maybe he does, you know I can't say Emily! I'm so glad that you liked Rashidi he's just so cute and sweet and I want him as a surrogate grandad :P

Bahaha, I love reading your thoughts when your mind runs amok it's so much fun! The only thing I can answer is the reason for him smelling it which is that is was simply a test to see whether it's ready or not, nothing more really!

I'm really glad that you found her in canon because it's always hard to measure how much the war would have affected her later on, so it was a bit of trial and error with her. Of course there would be tea jibes from Ron though, it is a very serious matter over here in England!

Thank you for another amazing review, Emily, it's so much fun to read all of yours thoughts and theories as they really do make me chuckle!

-Kiana


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