My name is Jayne, loved HP since age six. I got into FF at age 13, thanks to my troublesome twin sister. I like Fan Fiction about alternate wizarding societies in the potterverse. I like writing my own fictions, and might post a few. I like ravens, have three cats, and often sound like Im from Ye Olde Renn Fair for a reason. (I practically live for the bloody things. please excuse my language.) I like Halloween and Christmas and chocolate should only be served frozen.
Lindsey Tonks appears to be a normal, almost invisible Hogwarts student, but underneath her is someone far from normal. What the world doesn't know is that Lindsey is the daughter of two well-known imprisoned Death Eaters, and has an identity she must hide from the world. Underneath Lindsey is a girl named Lyra Lestrange, a girl who is meant to be a secret forever. But will it last forever?
*Begins in GoF and follows the series through DH.
**Will appeal to fans of the Black family! Prominent characters are Bellatrix, Tonks, Andromeda, Sirius, and (to an extent) Narcissa.
Part Four Synopsis:
It's the summer after Albus Dumbledore's death, and the whole world is falling to Voldemort and the Death Eaters. Broken-hearted Lyra, unable to return to Hogwarts, must go into hiding with her family. It doesn't last long, and eventually Lyra is faced with a choice: join or die. Lyra's decision comes with many surprises, including a new ally who follows her to the final battle of good versus evil. While Lyra's path may seem clear, she finds herself torn between two sides for the final time, and in the end, despite tragedy and loss, Lyra accomplishes the impossible...which defies all of the agreements she and her family ever made.
Three years later, the fic has been completely finished! Enjoy reading it without having to wait for new chapters. Thanks to those who patiently waited and faithfully reviewed!
*crossesFingers* please have them resolve this! Dang Snape.... *muttersAway*
Author's Response: Haha, yes, I've made Snape very dislikable! Don't worry too much. You'll see what happens in the next chapter :)
So those two aren't as bad as they seem. its sweet. I like you writing.
Author's Response: Thanks! Well, I still think Vernon is a bit of a prat. I'm glad you like it :)
One formidable Longbottom grandmother and two mischievous Weasley twins teach Rita Skeeter a very public lesson...
UK English, canon ish , humour.
I love it! You have a flair for funny things. Augusta is just as I always imagined her. Why could those Daydream Charms be sold in the local Walmart? Too bad for that not happening, please write more of your funny fics!
oh, wow - that would be brilliant, wouldn't it? Popping down to the local Asda (or 'Walmart' across the Pond) for a Daydream Charm!
The mind boggles with glee!!!
Delighted you enjoyd this so much, and I'm glad my Augusta lived up to your expectations.
*beams with happiness*
Thanks for R & R-ing,
Nominated in the 2010 QSQ Awards for Best General Story.
well... it definitely explains vernons hatred of magic better. I like it. How did you come up with the idea?
Author's Response: Thank you. As soon as I saw the prompt I wanted to do Vernon. Fanfiction often ignores the Muggle characters so I thought it might be a bit of a challenge. And I had already written Vernon in 'Petunia, Vernon and possibly a little Polyjuice Potion' and I had enjoyed playing with his character so much. I also knew I wanted to incorporate a batty witch and it just went from there! Thanks for the review!
I love it. The way Lilly speaks is exactly like a five year old, and my dad has said what Harry was thinking on parenting for himself more than once. It also raised questions on why we muggl es do what we do on All Hallows Eve. The way you write is captivating. I like it.
Author's Response: Thank you. I really wasn't sure if I wrote Lily's speech convincingly enough, so thank you for assuring me some more that it really sounded like a five year old. ~Lexi~
Nominated for the 2010 QSQ Awards for Best Poetry!
wow. its well written (unlike this review) its clever, and it makes sense. now im off to see if there are other posts by you to read.
Author's Response: Thank you for the review! I'm glad you thought it made sense.