Wow. There’s so much detail put into this story. Your world’s just as quirky and imaginative as J.K. Rowling’s, and yet you’ve managed to give it a distinctive American touch—the department store, all the brands and advertising, the references to different places. I really love the way you’ve blended little pieces of the history to make basically a new culture. How much time did it take you to plan it all out? You also write really well, and your characterization is very well-developed. Looking forward to more!
Author's Response: I have a lot of notes written down. I spent a fair amount of time outlining the plot and background details, since I intend to write more books in this series. Thanks!
This was a bit of info overload, but I see why it was neccesarry. The beginnings paragraphss were long, but succint. The ending was pretty good. Didn't leave on a big cliffhanger, but it served to pique my interest more. Keep up the writing. Looking forward to reading more.
This is probably the most creative story I've read on mugglenet. I love Alexandra, and I love the American wizarding world (especially the ice cream)! I'm especially curious about Charmbridge Academy and how it will differ from Hogwarts. Can't wait for more!
I just want to say that I'm really enjoying the story so far. You've obviously put a lot of time into writing it. It's very well written and I can't wait to read more. I especially loved the descriptions of the candy and confections in the last chapter. I like the way you've put an American twist on the magical world with things like Goody Pruett and the Ozarkers.
i like your story it is very original its cool thats u made up ur own instead of building up on the harrypotter story like almost everyone else i cant wait to read more