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Review:Lululuna says:
Hi Tory! :) Ah, I loved this chapter so much. Devlin's thought process is very striking - how he seems to suddenly see the world through an entirely different light, deconstructing one of the things he thought he knew about Potter.

I had forgotten about his physical link with poor Geoffrey and how when Devlin suffers Geoffrey does, so that was a great link. I do feel a little sorry for Geoffrey and how he's being cooped up, but I don't see what else they could do with him and I suppose they're keeping him safe. Also, I was wondering: does Alexandra know she's Voldemort's daughter? I was operating under the assumption that she and Harry knew but now I'm not so sure, since Devlin seems to know and to be hiding it from them, for now. Interesting how she called him "Tom."

It's so powerful to see how in the chilling yet childlike mind, the difference between "thinking" and "knowing" is so poignant. It feels fitting as well that Devlin relies so much on documents and hard evidence to believe, that just ideas aren't enough. I also got really excited when he wondered if he should be calling Potter by his first name.

Hmm, I wonder if the scene at the end has something to do with how Devlin knew about cops? What I'm guessing is that he somehow escaped and asked the Muggles to call for help, but that Voldemort got there on time and Obliviated all of them. Interesting.

And who is Maria?! Does she have something to do with the girl being tortured and the body? Your last review response was so cryptic... I'm so confused, but in a really brilliant and excited way. :) For a moment I was wondering if they somehow cloned Devlin... but this isn't science fiction, I suppose. :P

This story is just too great and suspenseful. Every time I read a new chapter the words and hints echo in my head for ages. I love reading it, and I know I'll be back soon for the next chapter! :D

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