Summary: CONTAINS HBP SPOILERS! Two weeks after his seventeenth birthday, Harry Potter sets out from the comfort and safety of the Burrow in search of the one who murdered his mentor. Along the way, he meets someone who is also searching for the traitor, but for very different reasons...
Good story, definitely did not see the end coming from a mile away.
Summary: Over 3500 reads and counting!!! _____Okay so I had said this was to become my version of book seven but I just don't like that they are already together I want to develop that over a series if I'm going to write one, not smack dab at the beggining so I will post the sequel to this story and that will be it. I will write a book seven but I want it to be better than what this story allows!! So look for Harry Potter and the Final Riddle later!! The sequel to this story (5 A.M. Revelations) has been validated sp please go read!
It's late at the Burrow the night after Bill and Fleur's wedding and Hermione has alot of things on her mind that she needs to get out. Will a certain redhead be able to help her or will he be as cluless as ever? Please Review!! this is my first HP fic!
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How you've done?, wonderfully. It doesn't seem like the characters were changed in any way to make room for your story, it feels like a mising chapter of the Deathly Hallows.
Summary: Draco wanted to get away. He needed to get away from all the things that reminded him everyday of the mistakes he had made and the one he had lost. He found the perfect spot too, a small town in Wyoming, USA, a place called Nowhere. A perfect name as far as he was concerned. Magic, fate has a way of finding you no matter where you go though.
People need to get over themselves. Cliffhangers arethe best way to finish off chapter's or stories in my opinion. Makes the audience/readers want more.
I thought her confession was like a Politicians speech. That is to say, she was speaking but not saying much. The way she told him though, was realistic I thought.
I wonder if I'm the only one who thinks Justice might be Ron Weasley. He's supposedly dead, he loves Hermione, hates Draco, her child with him should have been his (read the books), I often expect the unexpected. Just for a better surprise at the end if I'm wrong, or joy at being right.
Summary: Harry has sworn off loving Ginny...at least until the war is over, but will Ginny go along with that or will she have something to say?
At a quarter past seven, the clock hand bearing the name Ginny Weasley joins her brother Ron’s in the traveling position.
Does this mean a sequel?, will there be a twist where Ginny joins them?, is this over?
Summary: Harry, Ron, and Hermione have found and destroyed all the Horcruxes, Harry has subsequently defeated Voldemort, and now there is but one concern on his mind.
Before Deathly Hallows alright. Fred alive for one. Didn't see it coming myself (his death I mean).
Author's Response: I know. It was a complete surprise for me as well. If you like pre-DH, or at least pre-Fred's death, check out my other fic, "Waiting". cj
It didn’t seem possible. He had been standing before her merely five minutes ago, but now he was gone. She stared up at the empty archway. He had mentioned voices, but there was no sound. Someone was holding her, pulling her arm, calling for her to run, but she couldn’t move. Where had he gone? Where had Sirius gone? Why weren’t they coming back?
Ginny thinks back to that fateful night in the Department of Mysteries—the night she lost Harry Potter.
This is so sad.
Author's Response: Thanks for the review! It was very sad to write.
Summary: What if Harry didn't break up with Ginny so stoically? My own version of Harry and Ginny's break-up, from Ginny's POV. One-shot.
By the way, I'm not JK Rowling. No surprises there. The only payment I'm getting is reviews! Speaking of which, all reviews will receive a reply!
She's lucky it all worked out for her in the end. It doesn't always work like that for all of us.
Author's Response: But it didn't. Ginny had to go through a year of not seeing Harry and fighting the Carrows, only for her own brother to die at the battle. So it didn't really work out for her in the end and I have no idea who you mean by "all of us".
Summary: In Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, five men deal with remorse, yet in completely different ways. It affects the soul, mentality and even the body. This poem explores the way these five men cope with wrong actions and the guilt that follows it.
By the way, I'm not J K Rowling. I doubt you're surprised. All reviews receive a response!
He found out his wife was with child
And he took it the wrong way
As the fear of his child being wild
Took his common sense away
Without warning, he had gone
Without so much as “goodbye”
It took this coward’s friend’s son
To make him go back by asking “why?”
Because what he did was unforgivable
Almost as bad as those curses
He just felt so miserable
Until at last he followed his urges
When he heard her say his name
And, God, he missed that voice
So he dithered and at last he came
It was certainly the best choice
These two verses, I just can't figure out whom they're about. I feel like an idiot, but there it is. Please tell me.
The first is Remus and the other is Ron.
Summary: She left him. Two years later, he still hasn't picked up the pieces and moved on.
You're leaving it at that?
Summary: A sequel, of sorts, to A Different Kind Of Magic. Ginny’s being dragged along by Teddy to see his and his grandma's new house. What could possibly go wrong?
Well, when Ginny’s heavily pregnant and Teddy full of five-year-old energy…the answer to that is…everything.
The rating is purely due to Ginny's choice of language, and rest assured it is very brief. All reviews receive a reply!
"I'm glad you got me pregnant," glad she said it. They always the strangest things when they're in labor.
Author's Response: Most people say strange things when they are in labour. Some women even go so far as to break their hubbies' wrists.
Summary: The Boy Who Lived discovers that he may not have escaped the Final Battle unscathed after all.
Damn, this is sad, but good.
Author's Response: Thank you! Yes, it is sad, but I'm glad you found it well done none-the-less. I really appreciate you reading and reviewing this story, thank you!! ~GIna :)
A night of paperwork, coffee, and burning the midnight oil... it wasn't an unfamiliar occurrence. But add in a minor slip-up and a mistaken potion, and events were sure to take an interesting turn.
This story was nominated for a 2011 Quicksilver Quill Award: Best Non-Canon Romance
Good warning at the end. I laughed out loud (because it's these two).
Thank you (I think). Have a good day/whatever.
Summary: My name is Rose Evans. My parents were Lily and James Potter, and Harry Potter is my twin brother, though he didn't know. I was raised by Severus Snape. This is my story.
RECENTLY NOMINATED FOR 2011 QSQ BEST ALTERNATE UNIVERSE!! Thank you, grangergirl35!!
“Snape was never cruel to you. He lied to you more than he lied to anyone else. He hurt you the most, and you're going to have more trouble excepting Snape for what he is than any of us.”
You misspelled accepting.
Harry and Ron took the flying Ford Anglia to school when they were 12. So Rose couldn't have run into him when she was 12.
I would have preferred that she tell Harry who she was. And who's to say that Severus didn't put it in the pensieve. it could have been easier for her than she thought.
Summary: There's always someone who you're always going to make excuses for, isn't there?
A HP poem.
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No offense of course when I type this, but I find the lines to be random in a way. To the point that it can't be about just one person. I don't see any characters in the books/movies that have secrets and are protected to this level by someone they love.
Or maybe I'm just going about it the wrong way.
I certainly think you're going about this the wrong way. In fact, whilst I always respond to my reviews, I haven't been completely sure what to say to yours. You have favourited three of my stories, none that you have reviewed, and I am still wondering why on earth you would review something if all you have to say about it is your own personal preferences -- a villanelle, for example, is supposed to be repetitive. That's the whole bloody point of it.
I normally appreciate reviews, but I definitely do not like that you began two of yours with the words "No offense". It's my belief that if you like something, you will review it positively, and any criticism will be concrete and not just based on your own personal preferences.
And a word of advice -- if you don't want to offend someone, do not preface your review with "no offence".