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Review:Lululuna says:
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Another brilliant chapter, as always. I hope you're not getting tired of hearing me say that! I love Devlin and seeing the process of his mind, and it's quite interesting how for the last several chapters the story has mainly been from his point of view, with a few slips into Harry or Geoffrey. You write from a child's perspective so well, especially considering one as complicated as Devlin.

Ah, Devlin is a little stylish lad, isn't he? :P Thinking about him at Hogwarts is a little terrifying, especially with all the Tom Riddle as a child references in this chapter. Well, if being an evil grandson to Voldy doesn't work out, he could always be a fashion designer for wizards. :P Okay, but all kidding aside, I think how he goes upstairs looking like a boy and comes back up looking like a man was very telling.

So the plot thickens about what exactly Devlin did to protect Emma! What I'm hypothesizing from this chapter is that there's some sort of love charm over the Potter house, like the one that Lily's blood meant for Harry when he went to the Dursleys, because of some sacrifice Devlin made. That might explain why Emma is extra safe when she's at home. It also seems in this chapter like the little girl who was tortured was actually some other little girl who Devlin either thought was Emma or identified as being relatable to Emma. Ah, this is so complicated, and I'm really excited to find out more!

The flying was a great lighter moment, especially how Devlin had a little tantrum when Harry let him win. That was a bit of Dubhan, since Dubhan would hate for somebody to treat him like a child, but then also perhaps a bit of Devlin with how he acted quite childish about it. It's so interesting to see the cracks in his demeanour and how he's very, very slowly starting to open up in some ways.

The possibility of Voldemort hiding information in Devlin's head because he knows Harry wouldn't let the Ministry infiltrate it was SO brilliant! I honestly have no idea how you think of these things.

Emma. ♥ She's so adorable, and so is Devlin's obvious lingering love and protection for her even if he doesn't quite recognize it as being love. I thought the way the picture she drew was described was really well done, I could imagine how it looked in my mind with the dog's tail looking like a fifth leg and Devlin's face being turned into a smile. :)

And Devlin is now using his scheming powers to protect her - yay! It's also quite chilling how well he understands "Grandfather" to the point of knowing what Voldy might be thinking and reacting.

This chapter was wonderful, as always. Your writing is so chilling and fluid and beautiful, and I always love reading and leaving my thoughts on your story! :)

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