3rd-5th Years • 5 Reviews
A prisoner of Azkaban reflects on what is and what could have been.
Little did he know that he was in for a surprise…
6th-7th Years • 35 Reviews
Based on the combination of the Latin obliviscor, meaning "forget," and the Aramaic עַ�‘ְ�“ָא כְּ�“ַ�‘רָא, avda kedavra, meaning "what was said has been done," Oblivi Kedavra has the meaning “forget what has been done.”
After being struck by a home-made curse from Draco Malfoy, Hermione's mind is swept clean of any and all memories of Ron. Which is stronger? Love or revenge?
6th-7th Years • 153 Reviews
Summary: Winner of the 2008 QSQ for the Best Female Original Character.
Shiloh Sander’s second year begins peacefully, but it is a peace that is easily shattered when words of blood appear on Hogwarts’ ancient walls. With rumours of the Heir of Slytherin floating through the halls, battlelines are drawn in the Slytherin common room, between those who will support the Heir and those who will not. Soon Shiloh must decide where she stands.
But the choice is only the beginning.
In the middle of it all, Severus Snape continues his diligent search to find the daughter he lost, never knowing that this is the year it will come to an end.
One girl’s choice. One man’s deepest wish. One year that will change both their lives…forever.
Sequel to Once There Was A Darkness: Year One. Warnings of Abuse and Mental Disorders are for brief mentions of child abuse and insanity.