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2 Reviews Found

Review #1, by victoria_anne one

28th March 2016:
You can just break my heart... It's fine, really...

Why, hello there!

So this story - wow. You have blown me away, and given me more than a few goosebumps!

Poor Antoinette! Oh my heart just breaks for her! How cruel and sad her life turned out to be, ruined by just a moment :( her mother didn't help either!

I like how you showed Antoinette's life throughout the years, how she grew up being judged by her beauty literally from the beginning. It's so sad how people think they're giving her a compliment by calling her beautiful, but they're so unaware of the harm it does. It's true how quick we judge others by their looks, even the beautiful ones.

I'm glad she's slowly getting better, I was devastated when she ended up in hospital, and still she was judged there by the other patients :(

The way you echo Albus's words at the end are such a haunting way to end this story! It's honestly so amazing. I love finding little gems like this in the archives! By the way, you've probably noticed but we have a fundraiser going on at the moment and I really hope you consider donating to help keep the magic alive!

Love Bianca

Author's Response: Thank you so much for your review! I've always been better at writing sad stories than happy stories and even this one just broke my heart. I'm glad you liked it, and I'll be donating once I have the money!

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Review #2, by AngelEyez3954 one

21st December 2015:

This story is so beautifully written, and so hauntingly sad! I think you've done an excellent job of bringing Antoinette's story to life, and while each section is rather short, it tells a powerful story.

I feel so bad for Antoinette throughout the story, even at the beginning. When she is visiting Shell Cottage, and not interacting with the other children, it just broke my heart...and then it got sadder from there!! Based on her early childhood and the horrific assault, her dissent into drugs is realistic! And the reactions of the other patients at St Mungo's are also so realistic and sad. It is so true that so many people in our society feel that beauty should make someone happy, but it doesn't necessarily work that way. It is important to look beyond someone's beauty, and not to judge them without knowing the whole story. To sum it up, I think your story has a great moral to it, and I really enjoyed reading it!

Great job :)
For Day Twenty-One of the Advent Calendar

Author's Response: Thank you so much! I worked so hard on this story and I'm so glad that you enjoyed it!

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