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Review:CloakAuror9 says:
Corinne and Simon. Sigh. Well, I can't say that I was surprised with the two of them fighting. I figured that this kind of thing was bound to happen because tensions have just been high. With the Ministry, Elena and Ethan to deal with the two of them barely get their rests! What was surprised about though is how intense their yelling match was. I imagined it to be just a few snide remarks here and there, but wow. Just wow. That fight so awesome and you executed it so well. :D

And then there's Corinne and Elena. I'm so glad those two are slowly finding their feet towards their...acquaintanceship (is that the word I'm looking for?). I'm interested to see how things will go between the two of them now! Corinne might still be the cold-ish person she is, but at least she's starting to thaw. Jeez. I make Corinne sound like a piece of frozen meat, don't I? O.o

Why did Charlie Redmond kill himself so quickly! It's obviously out of fear, but fear of who? Hmmm! And who's Christian?

Ahh. The plot's really starting to thicken now and things are just getting more and more mysterious. Great job!


49th review out of 100

Author's Response: Hi Izzy!

So, yeah, in this chapter Simon and Corinne's bickering goes a bit further. The stress of the situation is definitely a huge factor, but part of the reason it escalated so quickly has to do with some things that weren't explicitly said. Again, those two have known each other for a while and so Corinne, for example, knows why Simon has such a problem with the idea of people/Elena dying as they search for the killer. And it's that sort of thing where people get all edgy when someone figures out their real reason for wanting/saying something.

Acquaintanceship, I guess that works. Alliance also sort of fits, the way I see it. Corinne is still unhappy about--a lot of things. And her personality is generally cold. But she's being less hostile for sure, towards Elena, which is thawing, as you say it. The metaphor works, I think, haha.

Ah, yes, questions. So many questions. That is how this story works. Questions arise. Then a question is answered. And then 2 new questions come from the answer. Questions are like the hydra in this story. You know, it's this greek monster that when you chop of one of it's heads, two more grow back in its place. (Speaking of weird metaphors :p ).

Anyhow. Thanks very much, again, for reviewing! It's really great to get to see your thoughts as you go through the story!


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