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Review:GingeredTea says:
Can I just start by saying that I absolutely love your introductions? You have this amazing talent of hooking me with the first line. I’m kinda settling this apology here, because I reread my review and realized your writing distracted me terribly from writing the review itself!

I love your Albus. He reminds me of a mix between Harry and Tom Riddle. Obviously you can tell why I am especially fond of him with a dramatic flare thrown in.. ;-)

“...those that misinterpreted this strange and possessive attachment he had with his cousin as inappropriate, but Rose knew the real reason was far more… childish. Rose was the only one who could keep his pace. And Albus just didn’t like sharing. Selfish ass.”

I loved this section. I love how you get into Rose’s head and she tries to get into Albus’ head as well. Oh my, I love your descriptions of non-physical things!

““They’re spiders, Rose. No one’s committing mass murder here.” He spoke with an air of impatience. “It will make potion testing much easier if you learn to do these things.”” What a creepy but logical boy Albus is!

I love how you can switch perspectives - with Rose and Hugo - and even though they’re not identified as a switch, it works so perfectly and seems so natural.

Rose’s struggle, as she realizes that Albus isn’t what she thought and as she goes off on her own - and figures it out - had me biting my nails!

Oh my...I got sucked in and now it’s the end of the chapter. I’ll close by saying you are simply brilliant and this idea (little of it that I know so far) is also brilliant.

Author's Response: Thanks so much for your review and compliments! This was a really psychological exploration of Rose and Al's characters and interactions - merely the beginning though. It gets a lot more complex from hereon out!

Thanks so much for R&Ring!

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