Summary: Long after a war ends the wounds remain. When forced to face something so horrific a part of a person’s very soul dies. People are left changed. Societies are left in shambles
During this time, people are prone to making bad choices. Horrible things are said and done because the bitter continue to fight. How can such a monstrous event ever truly be over? And how can those left behind truly regain their lives
This was a really good story and I'm glad to see it was finished. I'm happy read you have rehabilitated Bellatrix because we only met her after she'd been in Azkaban for all though years, which would drive a saint crazy! We knew nothing about her life before Voldemort or during the first war. We don't know what made her join the Death Eaters. After reading this story I am much more sympathetic towards Bellatrix.
Author's Response: Thanks so much. I'm glad you enjoyed it. I always like to hear that I've made someone more sympathtic to Bella. :D
Summary: Nominated for the 2008 Quicksilver Quill Award for Best Post-Hogwarts Story
When Albus, Rose, and Scorpius are put on the train to their first year at Hogwarts, their parents have simple hopes for them. Namely to have the normal, boring school years they never got to experience themselves. But sometimes, we ask too much of our children.
When the school becomes plagued by invasions of wild beasts, three different students from three different houses follow in the footsteps of the generation before them, but strive to achive the one thing none of their predesesors ever could: DON'T GET CAUGHT!
Excellent writing and very well thought out! I hope you're planning on finishing this because now I'm hooked and I want to see how it ends!
Author's Response: Don't worry! I certainly am planning on finishing this story. There are four chapters left.
Summary: Teachers and students returned to Hogwarts the September after the battle to suspicion and prejudice. What can they do to pull all the houses together as a single Hogwarts, rather than separate houses under one roof?
This story is an entry in the Cooperative Challenge for June of 2009 by Cheshlin of Slytherin and ProfPosky of Gryffindor.
Very good story! I'm glad to see that you imgaine unity rather than emnity between the houses after the Battle of Hogwarts.
Author's Response: Thank you very much for this review! We wrote the story in response to a challenge, and were supposed to show the Wizarding World rebuilding after one of the wars. To rebuild, rather than tear down, we both felt would have to be more positive. I am very glad you liked the story, and I hope you'll check out others we have each written.