Summary: “Lord Voldemort has never had a friend, nor do I believe that he has ever wanted one.”
-Dumbledore, HBP, ch. 13
Dumbledore was rarely wrong, only once did Lord Voldemort desire a friend. It started out as only a game…
First place winner in the Color of Love Challenge.
Nominated for Best Romance Between Other Characters in the 2008 QSQs!
This may possibly be the best story in the HP fandom. And Lydia Prince may possibly be the best female OC I've come across. She is perfect in that she is imperfect. And Tom's character is very very believably done.
Tom here feels that what he is doing is best and that has given him more depth than any story about his madness. Not to mention that he is so so so human!
Author's Response: Thank you very much! :)
Summary: When a fatal disease spreads like wildfire around the Wizarding World, it is up to Rose Weasley to find a cure - with the help of no other than Severus Snape. But working with a man she's fallen in love with is much harder than it sounds.
First Place in the Gauntlet's Sixth Run!
Whenever you beg for reviews at the end of the chapter, I can only channel incredulousness. Although I do admit that I just had to know what happens next that I didn't stop to review...
A wonderfully, moving, powerful, powerful story which should bag the awards for whichever category it's nominated in.
I really can't express how awesome this story is! And that is my only real regret in this review. Everything else was perfect.
Such a disjointed review, forgive me.
Summary: Dieter Heydrich is a model German boy. He has perfect Aryan complexion, is an exemplary member of the Hitler Youth, and is fanatically loyal to his beloved Führer.
But on his eleventh birthday, Dieter discovers a hidden magical world led by an extraordinary wizard named Gellert Grindelwald…
Nominated for QSQ 2009, Best History/Mystery.
WINNER of QSQ 2009, Best Male Original Character.
Note: As you might have guessed, Für Das Größere Wohl is German, meaning: “For the Greater Good.” Yes, this story is from the perspective of the bad guys.
Wow. You're story is so amazing that it's creepy. Dieter is so unbelievably in-character, spouting Nazi ideals like he was born with them (which he probably was). You are an amazing writer. I love this story!