Harry's life stands at a crossroads.
He is torn between a return to the only true home he as ever known or a dark and dangerous winding and twisting road through Horcruxes and ending with murder.
But can he become a murderer? Can he over come the Dark Arts, while dabbling within them? Will Ron and Hermione stand beside him on the road to doom? And if love is truly his greatest power then why did he let his only true love go?
To defeat evil, Harry must climb a mountain of dark Death Eaters and Ministry mayhem - but will he come out on top in the Final Battle?
Very good story so far. I only have one thing to say: What the run-ons! Other than that, great story!
Summary: It’s been more than a year since the downfall of Lord Voldemort, and the wizarding world has begun to try and rebuild what was damaged during the war. Despite this, Harry Potter begins to feel that -- no matter how much repairing and restoring he does for the magical community -- he is unable to patch up what is still broken in his own life. He quickly decides that the only way to do this is to builld himself a house.
Good story. I liked it.
Author's Response: Thank you!
Summary: The Second War has ended, but there is still so much work to be done. Death Eaters are still at large, the Ministry and its laws are in disarray, families have been torn apart, and love that has laid quiet in the hearts of four teenagers for a year or more is now ready to burst into the open. Watch as the foundations of the Wizarding world are rebuilt and Harry Potter and his friends find their places in a world without Voldemort.
All characters, settings, places, spells, creatures, and what ever else you can think of belong to JK Rowling or were inspired by the same.
Good story so far. No grammar errors ascfar as I can see. Impressive. But remember to keep up the updates!
Summary: "My marriage is falling apart for no apparent reason," she declares.
Ginny Potter loves her husband, loves her children, and loves her life. At least, she used to. But things are changing, and she's not sure why. *one-shot*
Good one. Not to be critical, but you really need to check the tense of your verbs.
Author's Response: Thanks! Critique is always good. Do you mean that its written in present tense? Stories are usually written in third or first person and past tense, but sometimes I like to mix it up by writing in second person or with present tense -- I've done it before in other genres, although this is the first time I've done it for Harry Potter.