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Review:morgana67 says:
It seems very fitting that the next part of your story commences with the opening of the tomb by Carter.

Helen's character really comes to life here. Okay, I always thought that her perception of all men as predators might have been slightly unfounded or perhaps a little exagerated. Although she's evidently a very strong and courageous woman she appears full of fear in this regard (well, not just fear of men, of other things too) and I wonder if there is a further backstory here.

The untidy American is very mysterious. I'm pretty sure that he will play an important role in Helen's life.

The way in which the Muggle and magical worlds interact sounds very realistic in the way you describe them. So, was Helen the only magical person amidst that crowd?

Author's Response: You're probably right that her perceptions about men are exaggerated, and it really comes out in her narrative voice for some reason. I'm still working on the reasons for it and trying to make it more plausible - there is a backstory there, but the details still need working out. It's like I'm shutting the gate after the horse has left; however, a lot of Helen's narration can't entirely be trusted - it's the fun to the first-person narrator, and it's something I've wanted to explore further with Helen's character.

Showing the interactions between the Muggle and the magical is something I love doing in stories, and I'm glad that it sounds realistic. To answer your question: no, she wasn't. Curse breakers aside, at an event like that, there's certain to be someone from the magical world in attendance. ;)

Thank you again for the review! It's been wonderful to go through them and respond - it always helps me to come up with new ideas for the story. :D


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