Summary: In the years following Voldemort's victory in the second war, Muggle-borns must become slaves and servants to pure-bloods in order to survive. Over time, Hermione Granger has learned to suppress her pride and independence in households where she is considered lower than dirt. She thought she would be prepared for this new family, just like she was for all the previous ones. What she didn't know was that this new family was none other than Draco Malfoy's. Will she manage hold up when she finds herself struggling to withhold her sharp tongue, returning hatred, and...something else?
The last chapter of this story has been posted! Thanks for reading :)
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WAHHHHHHH!!!!! i'm not exactly in tears but there's a horrible sinking feeling in my stomach....anyway really good fanfic, i love the idea of the flame!
Summary: A long time ago Bellatrix taught her little sisters an important lesson about fear.
That was awesome. I loved how Bella thought that the storm was beutiful and powerful, and then Cissy said 'and scary', and Bella responded that sometimes powerful things were scary. Very symbolic and very clever.
Author's Response: Thanks so much.
Summary: Those sent to Azkaban are condemned to a place that is worse than death.
wow...this is really quite touching....i love how "the biting wind howls, echoing the forgotten" and "souls are lost in Azkaban" Quite haunting, i don't think i'll forget it for a while... really good though!
Silver Selena Moon and Salazar Scorpio Moon -
Determined and forceful
Emotional and intuitive
Powerful and passionate
Exciting and magnetic
On the dark side....
Jealous and resentful
Compulsive and obsessive
Secretive and obstinate
Destiny Sev Snake -
Practical and prudent
Ambitious and disciplined
Patient and careful
Humorous but reserved
On the dark side....
Pessimistic and fatalistic
Miserly and grudging
Twins spawn from the Dark Lord himself and a daughter of an ex-Death Eater. Together they are the Youngest Death Eaters. Forced into a life because of their heritage but who are they truly? Who are they faithful to, light or dark?
Ohhh, i love this fanfic! It's great! Really well thought out...I have suspected from the beginning that the twins would be Good, because even though they share many of Voldy's traits, and Salazer even looks like him, pricisely because they are twins would have some affect on their choice of good/evil right? i mean, Tom Riddle was never loved and nobody loved him, but the twins had each other and love each other (And they have Destiny as well).
anyway, please keep writing and i am so looking forwards to the other years, especially year 7!!!
Author's Response: Just wanted to let you know. I have almost posted the entire Year Two.
Summary: Can an Unforgivable Curse ever be forgiven … even if it is cast by a saviour?
A dark one-shot charting the wizarding world’s reaction when Harry is forced to play Voldemort at his own game to defeat him.
“Harry James Potter, you are charged with casting the three most heinous curses any wizard could perform.”
Wow! What a great story! You wrote it perfectly. It seems to me that you really understand the way Harry thinks (and the way Jo writes). I absolutely love one of the last paragraphs, the way Harry counted the hands, his disbelief that they were treating hm this way after he had saved them.
"A stern-looking, elderly witch in the front row slowly raised her hand. Not after he had saved them all from Voldemort. 2 … A middle-aged, balding man behind her raised his hand too.
He had done it to free them.".
That last line there, "He had done it to free them", really hit it right for me. I think i'll remember that for quite a while. i also love the
"Thirty lines; thirty days (thirty hands – the thought flew through his mind unbidden)".
Well I really loved this story, it was writen really well, you really grasp Joanne's personalities, how she writes her characters. Really well done! -tiana
Author's Response: Thanks for such a lovely review. I'm glad you liked Harry's characterisation. I'm glad too that that last line worked for you because it really draws out the irony that I wanted to highlight.