Summary: What if there were more to Remus Lupin's bite than a badly timed stroll in the woods? The arrival of a feral invokes secrets of the past and terror for the present...
One of the greatest fics I've ever read! Hats off to you, Pallas. The ingenuity and intricacy of the back story you created for Remus and his family is unparalled. What REALLY struck me about yout story is that this was published BEFORE HBP, the similarities between Kane and Greyback were truly astonishing! Congratulations on a terrific story!
Summary: In this riveting sequel to the "acclaimed" Veiled Revelations, Voldemort has risen to his full strength and is threatening both the wizarding world and the muggle world in an attempt to gain total control. A small group of people - the Order of the Phoenix - are all that stand in his way. Join James Potter, Sirius Black, Remus Lupin, Peter Pettigrew, and Lily Evans as they battle the most evil wizard the world has ever seen. (Reviews are always nice and appreciated - and Erik has rated this story 6th-7th years as a result of her incorrigible pride).
Bravo, Madame Phantom! As usual, well worth the wait. For those who aren't studying French, what does the title translate to? Just wondering. Can't wait for more!
Author's Response: It translates as "Sunset". Thought French was a bit more dramatic than the English ;)
Sheer genius again! It was absolutely worth the wait. Keep 'em comin, Erik!
Summary: “Imperius… Werewolves…You-Know-Who…” The last words of a dying man force Remus Lupin into a dangerous investigation at the infamous Feral Institute. Sequel to Oblivious; pre-reading would be useful but it isn’t vital.
Pallas, you've done it again! You're a master of cliffhangers, I'm on the edge of my seat! Please don't be long in posting the next segment!
Summary: 'It takes a lot of courage to stand up to your enemies, but even more to stand up to your friends.'
One evening in his fifth year, James Potter learns that defying his best friend is the right things to do.
This story has been written in honour of James Potter's birthday.
Disclaimer: I am not JK Rowling, despite the spag bol. I'm also not Gina (gmariam) or Natalie (hestiajones) but both have spurred me on tonight.
Title is nicked from a Bowie song. I'm not him either.
Very well done! The sense of fear and urgency on James' part was perfectly captured. To me, this moment in their history is when James finally shed his blind faith in Sirius, and had to act on what he knew was right. Obviously they get past it, but with your last line, it's clear what James is feeling at the time. Beautifully done, would love to see more.
Author's Response: Thank you! Yes, I think this, plus the Snape's Worst Memory incident are what changed James, but this incident is where he started seeing that Sirius wasn't quite as wonderful as he thought. Also, it made James think of other people - Snape and Remus - instead of himself and Sirius. Thank you so much for the review. ~Carole~