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Review:angel_speaks says:
Hiya! angel_speaks here to fulfill a review request from the forums ^_^

Characterization: I think that did pretty well on this. Based on my observations on the Weasley twins from the movies and within the book series, I think that The twins in this story was definitely similar to their canons. Adding that whole element of George 'speaking' with Fred was pretty creative and added a lot of dramatic effects to the story on top of your vivid descriptions.

Flow: You used a lot of your transitions really well which made it really flow smoothly. I don't think this part is an issue at all for this story thus far.

Grammar/spelling: First off, I loved how consistent you were in remaining with the same POV throughout the story. Good job! There were a few words that were spelled with extra letters and such but it not that big of a deal. If you'd like to reduce the chances, you can work with a beta as you write. They can really help you out.

Overall, you did a pretty good job! I could really feel George's pain and the ending...!!! Goodness, the ending made me tear... :(

Thanks for requesting!

Author's Response: Hi! Thank you for my review!

I'm glad you thought I did ok on the characterisation... I'd hate to not get Fred and George right... They're my fav characters!

I will go back through when the queue reopens and hopefully spot and sort out any of mistakes I've made - thanks for letting me know!

Sorry for the tears! I didn't mean to cause tears but anything Fred related usually makes me cry too!

Thanks again!

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