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Review:Debra20 says:
Hey Sam! Not so secret Santa here to read another chapter of this very, VERY promising story! :D

I'm so glad I had another chapter to read, though, now I'm sad I don't have any more. I am really liking this Theo AU story. You are setting the stones for a very gripping, interesting story.

Your interpretation of Theodore Nott is warming up to me more and more. He seems very real, very human and very layered. I love the fact that you portrayed in him one of the essential Slytherin qualities, which is personal preservation. They do like to be cautious and take care of themselves, which you very eloquently shown when rather than making the hero and jump into the Ministry, you had Theo hide behind a wall. He is both cunning and aware. He realized that alone he couldn't do much if the took on the role of the attacker; that he'd be more useful spying for information that would later on come, undoubtedly, in hand. I am also curious to learn more about his Seer ability. I was just wondering, like literally a few paragraphs earlier what his dreams meant. It seemed like a recurring theme in your story, and I suspected it would be something more important than just plain dreams...and then the answer came haha. I am intrigued as to how his ability might have affected his father's view on him. Will we be seeing how the fact that he's a Seer (or potential Seer) might have affected his family relationships?

I can't wait to read the next chapter! I'm dying to see how you'll fit in Theo with the Trio and everything going on!

Author's Response: Hey! :D

Theodore Nott is someone I've planned for years, so he's very real to me, very layered and very complex.

Self preservation is an innate quality for Purebloods, I think, just more so in Slytherins. Theo is a planner, he doesn't rush into things unless he absolutely has to and so far he doesn't think he has to.

His dreams will play a big part in this story, both for the war and for Theo's personal life. He thinks his father views him as one thing, but he doesn't know the whole story.

Thank you so much for leaving a review!


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