Summary: The war is on and the only person with the power to stop Voldemort's second reign of terror is sulking alone in a cold, dark room. The unexpected arrival of an old school chum in Privet Drive jolts him to action, however, as Harry begins his most exciting year at Hogwarts. Year 6 will include a visit to the ancient village of Godric's Hollow; a first hand account of the 1000 year old quarrel that ripped Hogwarts apart; a Fred and George-style farewell to a certain ex-Minister of Magic; and the discovery of the Half-Blood Prince, a mysterious figure who holds the key to winning the war...
(And, as J.K. says, what's life without a little romance?)
Excellent story. Lots of plot, accurate, and lots of detail. Good story, this is a good creation - keep it up!
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Summary: Was Dumbledore stupid to trust Snape? (HALF BLOOD PRINCE COMPLIANT)
Wow... this is something I would expect to read in the next book, this is JK material. This is great, accurate; so it seems. All seeems like the things that Albus/Severus would say or do. Nothing overboard. Just right. Nice job!
Summary: When you read a story, you always read it from the hero's point of view. You read how much pain they're in as they try to stop their enemy. But what did the bad guy think? What was in Lord Voldemort's head from the time he first made a Horcrux to the time he met his final match? Well, finally we know. We know what the Lord Voldemort thinks, and we can read the stories from his point of view. Chapter 9, "Battle on the Rock," is up, please review. Chapter 10, "Armageddon," the final chapter in this story, is ready and finally in the queue. Unfortunately my computer is broken again, and I may not be able to write another story in a while, but I'm thinking about doing one like this from Dumbledore's POV. Anyway, please, tell me what you think of this, and thank you for reading.
excellent... really good. Dumbleore one "in the end..." didn't he? excellent...
Author's Response: Thank you.
Summary: *Runner Up in the 2006 Annual Quicksilver Quills Awards for Best Dark/Angsty*
It's the one thing everyone must do. You can't avoid it, you can't bargain with it, you just do it. It hurts sometimes, hell, it hurts most of the time, but it's also the most natural thing in the world. One of those rare things that makes us human.
This story is included in the Epilogues story arc, however it is a side story that can be read at just about any time. it is most favorable, however, to wait until reading Epilogues Part I for certain thematic reasons.
dang, really really powerful. couldn't stop the tear's; heavens that's sad. but interesting. veyr very powerful, keep at it. firstname.lastname@example.org if u have any comments or anything
Author's Response: hehehe... I normally do have comments, that\'s what this awesome response box is for, though I do have a habit of writing long responses and forgetting to copy them in case I time out, but since I\'ve made such a big deal of it this time I doubt I\'ll forget. right, there\'s a story to talk about isn\'t there? Thank you so much, I\'m glad you got something out of it. This story means so much to me and well there you go. If you thought it was powerful, just imagine how I felt writing it. Thank you so much.
Summary: Harry swore to go after Voldemort by himself. Ron and Hermione have promised to help him, even if it means not going back to Hogwarts. But can three underqualified wizards stop the Dark Lord alone? My version of Book 7...
why do u have this story, at 31 chapters i believe, on another website but with only 27 here? email@example.com
Summary: As an enemy is defeated, a friendship is born . . . Albus Dumbledore meets the Dark wizard Gregorius Grindelwald for their final duel, and later meets alchemist Nicholas Flamel on the battlefield following a hollow victory.
This story was written for the Fall Hospital Wing Project by Gmariam of Ravenclaw and received first place.
i like this a lot - give sme a thought that possibly nicholas flamel (if not already dead) might make an apperance to help with the war in book 7... maybe. well goot story - plot, connecting it all good good and i read a love lost and have it as a favorites; ur a talented author in my opinion - firstname.lastname@example.org
Author's Response: Thanks for my first review on this story! I\'m glad you enjoyed reading about Nicholas Flamel. Unfortunetly, I believe that JKR has said that Flamel did die after Dumbledore destroyed the Philospher\'s Stone at the end of Book One. Chances are he won\'t be around to help Harry in Book Seven, although it could certainly happen in fanfiction! I am also happy you read Portrait of a Love Lost as I am particularly proud of that story. Thanks again for reading them and leaving a review! ~Gina :)