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Review:MargaretLane says:
Really good story. It never even really occurred to me to wonder how Mrs. Crouch might have felt about spending her last few months in a place like Azkaban. The fact that she is angry is really interesting. It makes sense though. Even though she CHOSE to do it, it is understandable that she would be angry at having to spend the rest of her life somewhere like Azkaban for a crime somebody else committed. You have me wondering about whether or not she believed her son guilty. We know her husband did, but we have no real idea what she though. If she believed him guilty, she was probably angry at him, no matter how much she loved him. And if she didn't, I guess she would be angry about the way things had turned out. And this is really well written. I can't believe how well you have described both Azkaban and Mrs. Crouch's feelings in only 578 words. I didn't really think it was possible to write a story in that few words; certainly not a good one. I am really impressed by the way you evoke the atmosphere. One of my favourite lines is. "Then, with a dreaded thought, she remembered: daylight never comes to Azkaban." Reading that, I could understand how horrible it would be to know you will never see daylight again.

Author's Response: Wow. What an amazing review! Thanks so much for reading this so carefully and I'm so glad you enjoyed it! Thank you again for such a thoughtful and remarkable review.

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