4 Reviews Found

Review #1, by water_lily43175 

9th December 2015:
Oh Albus, you are TOO GOOD and you need to learn to be more cunning and brutal.

HA Selena taking out a Thornweaver via magical thatching. LOVE IT.

Author's Response: Albus is a bloody liability right now, but he couldn't leave people to be EATEN BY ZOMBIES.

Selena accidentally defeats the enemies with a library filing system. Methuselah would be so proud. There, just feel sad about that.

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Review #2, by whykay 

21st July 2015:
Coiled and the first strike back. I think Eva will find out something thoroughly unpleasant. I hope she is able to convey it to Albus. I think they just want Albus Potter for now - none of the others matter to them much, as she predicted. And maybe her.

Especially so given that they are also seeking after Selena (why, again?!), and Rose. Not Matt. Maybe not even Scorpius.

Am actually humming a prayer. Phew. And cheering them on.

Author's Response: Albus is a rather valuable catch, though we'll see the general priorities of Geiger & co soon enough. Eva wouldn't be that valuable; Raskoph would surely love her head on a pike, but she's a bonus. Not worth the resources.

Selena being the daughter of Lillian is a good enough reason for there to be a target painted on her. It's unclear if the activity in Helluby is targeting Rose or Scorpius or both; it's just Rose who's wandered closer to the danger.

Thanks for reviewing! They appreciate the cheering. :-D

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Review #3, by RelentlessFire 

21st July 2015:
Ooh my god! Every one of them is going through a hard situation, can't wait to know what happens next!

Author's Response: They're all varying degrees of screwed right now, yes! Thanks for reviewing.

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Review #4, by Whimsical Diva 

20th July 2015:
Haha - in my last review I'd wondered if Albus would be caught because the Thornweavers might've found a way to detect the Invisibility Cloak. They didn't have to up their game, did they, when they could always count on his conscientiousness and his idealism to do it for them! Oh well.

And funny how Selena and Matt were the first ones to get themselves out of the tight spot - though I wonder if they're fully out of deep water as yet.

And Scorose ... I guess they're going to have to fight for their lives before they go on any romantic dinners.

I don't know if it is just me, but I kinda feel we're reaching the end ... Or at least the beginning of the end. Ideally I'd love for this series to go on forever, but since that won't be possible, I was wondering just how many more chapters are left? The more the better!

Author's Response: Yeah, Albus picked a hell of a time to rediscover his conscience, didn't he? Then again, I suppose the really tough spots are what consciences are FOR. On the other hand, funny you should think about detecting the Invisibility Cloak. 'cos now Geiger & co have it.

Britain hasn't fallen, this is just one lone Thornweaver op. Maybe I should have made that clearer? It's odd because it never OCCURRED to me as a writer that you guys would think this was a nation-wide attack, but it's not that illogical. I guess this is what I should get an editor for. ;) But Matt and Selena still have hijinks yet to get through.

We're not actually at the beginning of the end yet. We've got quite a ways to go still. You know how I said Oblivion would be shorter than Starfall? Yeah, um. I think I lied. It SHOULD have been shorter, if I'd planned and structured it better, but it's not. I've finished Chapter 47 today (bless you Camp NaNo), and I'm guessing it'll be ~55 chapters? It's hard to tell because Oblivion will probably have a longer denouement than Starfall, and definitely longer than Ignite's 1 post-climax chapter. As after the plot I have to wrap up EVERYTHING and EVERYONE and while we will not have a '19 Years Later' Epilogue (I pinky-promise), and in fact no current plans to give any indication of the long-term fate of the characters, I wish to send them off into the sunset in style.

Thanks for reviewing!

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