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The Secret of the Shrieking Shack by snidget76

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 4 Reviews
Summary: The Shrieking Shack has been empty for years. People think that it will always remain so. But things are about to change when a werewolf attack changes the life of Dominique Weasley.

Two Halves by KaleidoscopeKate

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 4 Reviews
Summary: Fred and George, in all of their irresistible sexiness, decide to ask out the Patil twins, but the date is a flop. Years later, two half-sets of twins remain alive and begin a reluctant friends

The Marauders: Year Four by Quillfeathers

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 2 Reviews
Summary: It's year four at Hogwarts for the Marauders and James Potter has a full agenda. Between keeping up with the rigorous coursework as OWLs draw nearer, studying to become an Animagus along with his best friends, and trying to catch the eye of Lily Evans, it's shaping up to be the busiest year ever.

The Turning Point by Dracosgirl1992

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 5 Reviews
Summary: Its the school year after their O.W.Ls and the Marauders are eager to start their N.E.W.Ts. But not all is well. Lord Voldermort and his supporters wreak havoc in the Wizarding World outisde of Hogwarts. It seems there is no place safe, except Hogwarts.
This is the year when the Marauders must turn their attitudes around. This is the year where they realise what is important in life - not pranks and wreaking havoc, but the bonds of friendship and love.
The trouble is, these bonds can be unravelled...


...This is The Turning Point.

Thou Shalt Not Suffer by TheWizardsHarry

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 46 Reviews
Summary: I was eleven years old when I first heard about Hogwarts, but my faith told me everything about that school was evil. This is the story of how I reconciled my religion with the truth about what I am.

The Orange Cat by SaboteurVictory

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 20 Reviews
Summary: We all know Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger met at Hogwarts, became best friends, saved the world, fell in love, and got married.

But did they really meet for the very first time on the Hogwarts Express, or was there perhaps another moment in time, long forgotten by the time they turned eleven?

Ties That Bind by MissRachel

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 7 Reviews
Summary: Life is never what one would imagine it to be. For Hermione Granger, life has taken a terrible turn. She is left broken and trying to put the pieces of her past back together in order to help herself move on.

The Resistance by enchantedsleeper

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 34 Reviews
Summary: [Spoilers for Deathly Hallows] We all know what Ron, Harry and Hermione were doing at the time. Now, this is the story of the second Dumbledore's Army, and their resistance against Snape and the Carrows. Canon pairings.

The Stars As My Witness by Gmariam

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 9 Reviews Past Featured Story
Summary: I cannot see their bodies, buried beneath the ruins of their life together, but I know they are there. I can imagine their green and hazel eyes, staring into the dark emptiness. It is all I can do to stay upright, filled with equal parts rage and grief as I gaze unseeing at the heartbreaking scene.

How did it come to this?

The Youngest Death Eaters: Year II by DestinyMoonStar

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 28 Reviews
Summary:
Year 2

The second year has begun:

After a summer without a word from Voldemort the trio began their year at ease for the most part anyway. With a flying car crash, and an incompetent professor, they believe this year will be a dull one. How wrong are they?

The Chamber of Secrets has been opened.

The houses become even more split than ever before. The famous Harry Potter is being blamed because he can talk to snakes, but the other students do not know there are two other Parselmouths in Hogwarts. The Moon Twins can hear and understand the omen whispers and they search for the culprit. Will their secrets and old habits of working alone lead them to lose all the trust they have earned? Or will the trio bond together like never before and solve the sinister mystery, before it’s too late?


The Locket by Alice Elizabeth Greenfield

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 1 Reviews
Summary: Alice Greenfield's sixteenth birthday is anything but sweet, when she learns of the disappearance of her Auror parents. With the help of her best friend, Albus, can she discover her parent's mission and whereabouts? If she succeeds, she may just find herself along the way.

The Four by Equinox Chick

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 4 Reviews
Summary: For me, the start of my grand love affair with the Potterverse didn't begin with Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. No, it started with Prisoner of Azkaban because of the Marauders. This poem is about them and my attempt at a goodbye to four people who inspired me. (Well, Peter - not so much)

Thank you, Julia, for the challenge and for teaching me about villanelles.

Disclaimer: I am not JKR, or Julia, or anyone with talent.



The House Cup by XenaTwin

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 2 Reviews
Summary: The four house animals are not getting along. What to do? Luckily, the Hogwarts winged boar always seems to have the answer.

The Final Hour by thenewandawesome

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 2 Reviews
Summary: A tribute to all those who died in the battle of Hogwarts. Poetry.

The Other Potter by AlexPotter

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 8 Reviews
Summary: Alexa Potter is entering the darkest year of her life. Harry disappears with Ron and Hermione during Bill and Fleur's wedding, and she has to survive the worst year in Hogwarts' history. Harry's junior by eleven months, she battles with the enemy, but also her heart.

The Prince's Tale by antebellum

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 8 Reviews
Summary: What if You-Know-Who was defeated long before Harry had ever been born. What if Severus Snape had a shot at what he died for in the original series? Allow me to give you the romantic "What if?" you all wondered about when reading the original books.

The Victory Day Victims by Sainyn Swiftfoot

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 11 Reviews
Summary:

Two successive Victory Day parties; two survivors of the War poisoned. Similar circumstances, similar poisons, similar modi operandi.

 

Henry Chumly is an old, callous, unaccepting, misogynistic and in every way completely unsavoury drunk. Almost coincidentally, he also happens to be the best detective at the new agency of the Ministry, the the Cadwallader-Hundert Agency for Response to Malmagic.

 

Padma Patil is young, pretty, talented and excited to work at the Ministry, cracking cases and nabbing criminals. Before her application is accepted, though, she has to spend the customary few weeks working under a professional detective. She expects ennui, tasks far below her talents and frustration; but nothing anyone had ever told her prepared her for Henry Chumly.

 

This is the story (if you ask him) of how Henry put up with the bint and solved the case single-handedly or the story (if you ask her) of how Padma stunned everyone by not only managing to avoid murdering her utter bastard of a superior, but also being the first probationer to play a pivotal role in solving a case. This being a mystery, and in tune with the essence of mysteries, if you wish to find out the truth, you’ll have to read on till the end.

 

[chaptered; OCs and minor characters; comic mystery]

 

This is Sainyn Swiftfoot of Hufflepuff writing for the 2011 Mysterious May Challenge in the Great Hall, Prompt 2.

 

The views expressed by the utterly hateable Henry Chumly are not those of my own. Please do not take offense. 


The Web We Weave by Black_Beret

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 4 Reviews
Summary: Fred Weasley, a young man now, is nothing like his father, George Weasley. Indeed, he has his grandfather's interest in Muggles and his Uncle Percy's serious attitude towards life, but from his father, he had nothing but the crooked grin.

Fred, who works undercover in the Muggle world as the lawyer Derek Sharp and defends his own kind in the Muggle system, has no interest in his family or the life he used to lead. His tragic past, however, refuses to leave him alone, as does a certain Muggle in a yellow raincoat. All too soon, his two worlds become hopelessly intertwined in a tangled mess, leaving him with two options- leave the Muggle world, his job, and the stangest woman he has ever met, or turn his back on the wizarding world, and it's laws, and throw it all to the wind.

The Missing Hands by Hotrav

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 10 Reviews
Summary:

Molly Weasley seems to have a heart big enough to accept anyone in need of love. It doesn't matter if the person is an abused little boy named Harry or her son's always present 'friend' Hermione, Molly will mother them.

Perhaps her need to reach out is caused by what should be present, but is not. The Missing Hands...

Beta Reader - Hogwartsbookworm


The One by kickingchick94

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 6 Reviews
Summary: What started out as a scheme for revenge lead Hermione to question her happiness and emotional commitment to the one she thought would be hers.