Favorite Book: Order of the Phoenix
Favorite Characters: Regulus, Sirius, and Ginny.
6th-7th Years • 311 Reviews
This story is set in the dystopian society of Wizarding England under the control of Voldemort. Fifteen years after leaving Hogwarts, Harry Potter is in hiding; he fears the words of the Prophecy and has lost the will to fight. This story tells the tale of an adult Hermione who sacrifices everything: her family, her moral beliefs and eventually her dignity, in order to save the Wizarding world. She becomes a Death Eater under the recommendation of someone she barely trusts. She struggles to find the courage and strength, but with every choice she makes she gets deeper and deeper into danger.
Chapter 33 is finally up. Thank you for your support and patience..
6th-7th Years • 724 Reviews
In this riveting
sequel to the "acclaimed" Veiled Revelations, Voldemort has risen to his full strength and is threatening both the wizarding world and the muggle world in an attempt to gain total control. A small group of people - the Order of the Phoenix - are all that stand in his way. Join James Potter, Sirius Black, Remus Lupin, Peter Pettigrew, and Lily Evans as they battle the most evil wizard the world has ever seen. (Reviews are always nice and appreciated - and Erik has rated this story 6th-7th years as a result of her incorrigible pride).
3rd-5th Years • 10 Reviews
"You all know why we are gathered here today. I am not going to make any excuses. I am not going to pretend that the past never happened, that it never existed..."
Harry speaks at Draco's funeral, recounting a life lived with truth.
1st-2nd Years • 84 Reviews
"I'm Harry. Harry Potter," the man smiled as he reached out a welcoming hand, "and who are you?" "Brian. Brian Harrison," the boy lied. He could feel the sadness rise in him as they shook hands, as if meeting for the first time.
1st-2nd Years • 20 Reviews
Sirius and Remus are in the library when Sirius happens to notice Regulus sitting next to a girl. A little too close to a girl for big brother's liking. So big brother proceeds to make a foool of himself.
6th-7th Years • 153 Reviews
Summary: A Post-HBP fiction.
When Harry’s quest for the horcruxes turns desperate, he leaves the security of his homeland to seek out the advice of an ancient and most unusual Council – one whose allegiance is only to themselves but whose knowledge is so vast it may be his only chance. What Harry discovers there will change everything. Soon, he comes to see that this is all so much bigger than just he and Dark Lord – his role, though pivotal, is terribly minute compared to the challenges the Wizarding World must now face.
Meanwhile, across the Atlantic Ocean, a young witch uncovers the truth about her bloodline. But only when catastrophic events begin to unfold, does she realise her importance in the greater scheme of things...
It is a tale of epic proportions: bringing in the truth behind Slytherin's betrayal, and the choices the Founders had to make to ensure the longevity of their world. Enemies must unite, lines must be crossed, and children must forgo their innocence. And behind it all, fly the Spirits of the Storm, waiting, watching, scheming. Welcome to the greatest epic war the Wizarding World has ever seen.
Chapter 11 is posted.
1st-2nd Years • 61 Reviews
Snape has some unfinished business with Dumbledore.
Submitted by lunafish of Ravenclaw in response to the extra credit challenge "Letters to Heaven." Posted before DH.
1st-2nd Years • 119 Reviews
Summary: CONTAINS HBP SPOILERS!
Two weeks after his seventeenth birthday, Harry Potter sets out from the comfort and safety of the Burrow in search of the one who murdered his mentor. Along the way, he meets someone who is also searching for the traitor, but for very different reasons...
1st-2nd Years • 9 Reviews
For over two millennia, Wizarding Britain has chosen the Ollivander family to guide them in the selection of their most essential magical tool. Ölvir Ollivander, XVIII, Grand Wand Master, senses the innermost needs of his patrons and matches them with the corresponding wand, which he never forgets. Mr Ollivander tailors his approach to the individual, while dispensing information and giving advice; and finally answering the age old question: “Why did that wand choose me?”
Written for the Spring Faire Festival, Wand Stories
was recognized as an Honorable Mention by the Wizengamot at Sycophant Hex.
Written just before HP&HPB was released. I will not be updating the minor canon changes.
• 94 Reviews
Hermione's quest for a quiet place to read leads to the discovery of a remarkable portrait. The girl in the picture meant so much to so many. She is remembered as a devoted wife and loving mother, but what was she like at sixteen? And how will her reappearance affect the wizarding world?