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Review #1, by MrsJaydeMalfoy 

14th September 2016:
Oh my Goodness... it starts. *sighs sadly* :(

I really liked that we got to see Lily's emotions in this chapter - OBVIOUSLY she's going to be so conflicted about her emotions right now, from excited to sad to worried, so I think it was really great that you were able to convey all of that.

And then, Petunia. *sighs* I was happy to see that Dumbledore had responded to her, but in all honesty I really was wishing he'd have let her come.

Buuut, then seeing her reaction and the way she's treating Lily already beginning to deteriorate, made me lose a little bit of the sympathy I had for her. I think it's obvious that it's jealousy, and that she's only acting this way out of hurt and sadness, but that doesn't make it any more pleasant or fair for poor Lily. :( When she threw the ring I literally gasped.

I can't imagine things getting much better in their relationship from this point, but I am still looking forward to the next chapters, because this story is SO beautiful and well-written and original! Let me know when the next one's up and I'll do my best to review it more quickly!! ♥ Great chapter!

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Review #2, by Crumple-Horned Snorkac 

11th September 2016:
Greetings from the Crumple-Horned Snorkack, out for another short adventure into the internet as a holiday from my months-long hibernation in the boreal forest of Sweden. How fortunate that I discovered this story!

You do such a wonderful job of showing how the division between the two sisters wasn't really anyone's fault in particular, just the result of a lot of jealousy and feeling left out and other things that are perfectly understandable to humans of that age. And the feeling is not limited to humans, in fact. My BFF the Loch Ness Monster is always telling me of the beauty of under water in the Loch, but Snorkacks aren't very good swimmers. Alas.

Poor Petunia, though, writing to the headmaster of Hogwarts and not being allowed in because she's not a witch. I would tell her she's welcome to stay with the Snorkacks in the northern forest here but she may not be able to find us, so I don't know how helpful it would be. It makes me sad that she said such mean things to her sister right before Lily left for school, because it's going to be a long time before they'll see each other next. And it's not Lily's fault that Lily just happened to be lucky enough to have magic. But of course it is going to change her, going to school. It's very sad how this is all turning out, but very believable, and no one is the villain. Both characters are perfectly understandable in how they're feeling.

This is such a wonderful story! But now, I must leave as I promised I'd meet Nessie for tea.

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