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I've always been good at English, or so my teachers say. I love to write, whether it be poetry, short stories or even expository essays for English class. I have always loved the Harry Potter series, but recently renewed that love by rereading the series again, in sequence. I had forgotten how much I loved this world, and I can't wait to continue that love with my own ideas and stories! I hope you all enjoy.
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Friends, Funerals… and Fred by FinnFiona
Rated: 6th-7th Years [Reviews - 21]

Summary:

[Final warning: DH spoilers follow.] Three days after the final battle of Hogwarts, Harry must begin the painful task of attending the many funerals of the fallen. The first is perhaps the hardest, and Harry is focused on helping the Weasley family make it through the day—but maybe he still has a few things left to learn himself.



Author’s Note: I’ve read many a good story on the death of Fred Weasley, of whom I have always been very fond. Yet I think I needed to write my own version for that extra bit of closure. I hope you all enjoy, and maybe even experience a touch of catharsis yourselves. And as always, please leave a review! They're a huge help, and will all receive responses.



Categories: General Fics Genre: Warnings: None

Word count: 9724 Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Published:
12/18/07 Updated: 12/22/07


Reviewer: Hedwigs_Pen Signed
Date: 07/20/09 Title: Chapter 1: Friends, Funerals... and Fred

I absolutely loved this story... Fred's death, along with Dobby's, hit me the hardest in DH... I know that JKR had her reasons, but I always thought that it would have been better to kill Bill or Charlie, if she wanted to kill off a Weasley brother.... I mean Fred and George are a set!!! :( And I've always felt like because it took place in the middle of the last battle, rather than earlier, like Dobby's, Fred's death wasn't given the proper closure it should have had. Thankfully, this story was here to save the day! It really did provide me with some closure, as corny as that sounds. I bawled, especially at the part when George was crying "Why did you leave me?" Such a tear jerker.... Overall, an amazing and well written edition to JKR's legacy. Favorited!

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