Summary: Who said that all heroes had to be brave?
Who said that all heroes had to be bold?
Who said that all heroes should be Gryffindors?
Who said that all heroes want to be heroes?
Who said that Harry Potter was a hero?
Harry Potter has never thought himself to be an ordinary boy - and he is proven right when in the middle of the night an old woman and a large man come to speak with him.
This is the story of Harry Potter, The Boy Who Lived, Slytherin snake.
This is very well written. Merci :)
Author's Response: Thank you for the review, and the compliment!
I can't wait until the next chapters!!! This is brillant and I fancy it more than the original version...bizarre right? Your French is pretty good; without many errors, although I have never seen nor heard "j'ont"....Perhaps it is slang? Or an accidental mistake of conjugation avoir? Either way, no worries! I can't wait to read more!!!
Author's Response: Thank you for the review, hopefully the next chapters will be up soon, as soon as my beta sends them to me, they'll be posted. Yes, that is a slightly bizarre thought, although I can't say that I'm not deliriously happy to hear it said! As to my French, it is the result of the memories of a GCSE in French, an online translator, and a friend who did GCSE French as well. As ' j'ont ' is pointed out, I begin to assume that is an incorrect conjugation of avoir - if you have any knowledge of French, or how to correct it, please, I beg your help! I'm glad you've enjoyed this so far!