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Review:nott theodore says:
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Hi again! I'm really glad that I got to come back to this story since your first chapter was so intriguing, and such a unique idea! I think part of me thought that after the first chapter we'd continue to follow Remus in James's body, but you've surprised me again and we're doing the opposite.

Actually, I think this is a brilliant way for us to understand the full impact of what Remus has had to suffer through during the war in his role to try and convert more people to the Order's side - and it's even worse to think he'll have to do it again in the second war. But because James knows most of what goes on with the werewolves and transformations and everything, I think it had even more impact to see him struggling here. I liked the details about the heightened senses that he noticed, but also the worse side - the desires that the human part of him wants to completely suppress and is disgusted by. Even after all these years as Remus's friend,he's only really starting to understand now.

I thought you did a fantastic job of mounting the tension in this chapter. Even though James knows what Remus has been doing and has the sense to try and get by on it, he's kind of an impostor being an impostor, and that's quite a dangerous place to be in. When the message came that Rhea wanted to see him, I started to get worried, and you did a great job of increasing that worry throughout.

Ugh, the end of the chapter though! (What he's asked to do, not your writing!) I want to say I can't believe they would ask Remus to do that, but I fully believe these werewolves are capable of it - and now I'm worried about what's going to happen, and what James/Remus are going to be forced to do, and the danger that they're in...

Sian :)

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