Summary: Barty Crouch Junior’s world is about to be turned drastically upside down, when he suddenly finds himself trapped inside a horrifying nightmare between Death Eaters, a terrified family, cruelty and deceit. This story, which will consist of six parts, follows the events surrounding the notoriously well-known Longbottom’s Torturing Incident, slowly revealing the disturbing truth and evil genius behind it all.
Interesting rewriting of the situation, but you certainly made it quite plausible!
Summary: Voldemort attacks the Potters, James and Lily try to protect their beloved baby boy. Then suddenly they're in a house they do not know. Harry isn't with them and they don't know what happened. Where are they? And who are the redhead children running down the stairs? Why have they been sent?
The story is placed in the future, years after Voldemort's death, but danger is still lurking.
Features Harry/Ginny and Ron/Hermione.
Joint winner in the genfic category of the Multifaceted Fanfiction Awards
I saw this on your sig in the 'Fanfic Pet Peeves' thread over at CoS - it's an interesting setup, certainly, although some of the characters seem a bit ... flat? (But others are great - Ron/Hermione's daughter for example.)
BIG quibble though - and apologies if it has been asked and answered before - is that James and Lily don't seem to be asking a lot of obvious questions. Like: what happened to us at Godric's Hollow? What ARE we if we're not ghosts? Is there any way we can communicate with people two-way? (I did notice your comment above that James and Lily wouldn't be able to have a conversation with Harry, but presumably, based on what they've done so far, they could order someone to say or write something, and generally slowly get the idea across that they were being talked to?) The plot is interesting enough, but James and Lily as onlookers are [i]literally[/i] not involved in it?
Author's Response: Thank you for reading. As for your question, James and Lily wont be able to communicate two ways with anyone. The powers of their comminication are very limited - but will come in handy later.
Summary: Auror-in-training Kingsley Shacklebolt is learning to blend in with the crowd in downtown London. There, he meets a small, lost girl, and learns how much impact a simple act of kindness can really have.
Nice little 'parallels' story -- makes a pleasant change to see Kingsley in a story (even if he was at a loss how to deal with kids :D), and little!Hermione was very plausible. The remembered quote was most effective.
An enjoyable and plausible K/Hr story. I do like to see this relationship in GoF taken seriously. :)
Summary: A Gryffindor entry for the Spring Challenge, challenge number one. How did Hagrid survive his time in Azkaban during CoS? Read and find out!
Nice little Missing Moment (although I thought Hagrid was supposed to be a bit more despairing by the end?). But it's good to see a Hagrid fic that treats him seriously!
Summary: Theodore Nott thought he was in control of his life. When a tragedy makes him realize that he's not, he'll do whatever it takes to get that control back...even allying himself with people he has always considered his enemies.
“You can’t always control the wind, but you can control your sails.” -Anthony Robbins
The rating may go up in later chapters. I will not incorporate any events from Deathly Hallows.
Interesting start and characterisation -- Theo's a bit of a mystery in canon, so a version of him as an anti-Voldemort Slytherin is good!
Summary: "If he really is a rat, it won't hurt him," said Remus in PoA. How did he know?
Written for the Peter one-shot challenge, prank prompt, by Vindictus Viridian of Ravenclaw House. Humor warning.
Hi there! I just wanted to say that I liked this story a lot, and have Niffled (recced) it at FictionAlley Park. I hope it gets you some more deserved readers. :)
The 'Niffle post' is:
Author's Response: Hey, thanks! I do appreciate that.