I have never felt bad for Narcissa before, but right now I want to go and give her a big hug! After reading it, I can totally understand how she would feel so left out and how she could be easily forgotten!
Everyone always thinks of Andromeda as the Black who meant nothing to the family since Narcissa followed their ways. But being the middle child kind of means that you follow your older sister so I guess she never really had much of a choice, but she didn't get much acknowledgement for it anyway. The youngest is always left out which allowed Andromeda to be separate. Aww, I really do want to hug Narcissa so much and that is really saying something since I don't really care for as a character in general!
I LOVED it!!! Awesome job!Author's Response: MASTER!
I'm sorry it took me so long to get back to you! Anyway, I'm very glad that you liked how I wrote Narcissa. I think she definitely gets forgotten or just overlooked, it's very sad!
Thank you so much Master!!!
Love you muchly,
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Hey, here to review for the challenge. :)
All in all, I thought that this was a good story. This interpretation of Narcissa was really interesting, and as I thought about it, I thought that it made a good deal of sense. Bellatrix and Andromeda were more memorable than she was, by a long-shot, and I can see how that would have caused an inferiority complex in her. Narcissa always seemed to me to be the most flexible of her sisters, and this really explored that in terms of how she saw herself.
Nice job. :)Author's Response: Hello!
Thank you so much for the review and also for creating your wonderful challenge so I had a chance to write this.
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Made me feel quite sad for her. Shame this is a one-shot, I think you captured her, with all her strength and fragility, quite beautifully.Author's Response: N'aw thank you so much Kezzie! Your reviews always make my day :)
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