Harry's life stands at a crossroads.
He is torn between a return to the only true home he as ever known or a dark and dangerous winding and twisting road through Horcruxes and ending with murder.
But can he become a murderer? Can he over come the Dark Arts, while dabbling within them? Will Ron and Hermione stand beside him on the road to doom? And if love is truly his greatest power then why did he let his only true love go?
To defeat evil, Harry must climb a mountain of dark Death Eaters and Ministry mayhem - but will he come out on top in the Final Battle?
Poor Harry. I'm curious as to why ginny was worried about Harry having a Dark Arts book; perhaps we'll find that out in the next chapter. I'm also wondering where the locket has gotten to. Well, I suppose we'll find out soon enough. Great chapter as always!
Author's Response: Yes, you\'ll find out in the next few chapters, dont worry. Cheers.
Summary: As the wizarding world rejoices, Harry’s never come so close to just giving up. But as he tries to walk away from Voldemort’s crumpled body, something stops him. Someone. Ginny.
But Harry’s a broken man. He’s in no state to deal with his feelings for Ginny or to give her the relationship she deserves and he tries to tell her that. But Ginny’s got something of her own to tell. Something that might just make Harry face up to his demons and stick around.
However, Harry’s not the only one struggling to cope. Ginny is on the verge of breaking down and fleeing herself, but will anyone notice in time? And what on earth is Ron going to say when he learns of his seventeen year old sister’s situation?
Extract: Truth to be told he didn’t really know how exactly you would classify things between him and Ginny at the moment, but he did know the lie of land. They were having a baby together.
This fic is finally back!!!
Oh man, that's absolutely terrible. Will Harry and Ginny ever get a moment of happiness? I'm guessing the Healer was a Death Eater, or one disguised as Harry. In any case, I really hope things cheer up soon. Surely Harry will find her in time to be there for his child's birth, right? Couldn't they just send her an owl and follow it? Owls can find people without knowing their location. Or maybe one of the Healers knows. Perhaps Ginny's been seeing a Healer secretly since she can't give birth alone, and Harry finds out and can convince the Healer to help him. In any case, I really hope things get better for them soon. Praying for a happier chapter 7!
Author's Response: Chapter 7 should B quite fluffy, but it may not last long...
Summary: Voldemort's gone....but the Death Eaters aren’t. Ron, Hermione, Harry and Ginny’s lives are completely changed when a mysterious girl appears, claiming to be from the future. But is she really who she says she is? And what has happened in the future that so desperately needs to be changed?
6 years post HBP
H/G and R/Hr(DH spoilers are very minimal, just in terms of a use of a name- it doesnt follow canon storyline wise)
Why is her heart breaking? They almost kissed; that's a good thing. I'd expect that's only going to give Harry hope, and he'll probably start trying to get closer to her.
On a separate note, happy holidays!
Author's Response: Happy Holidays! Im gonna explain better in the next chapter the reason why Ginnys so upset, hopefully that\'ll clear it all up. thank you for the review!
Summary: The darkest summer reveals the strangest light. An AU sixth year with canon pairings.
This story amuses me to no end. I enjoyed seeing how Hermoine thinks (the language was of a much higher level), as well as Luna (I spent a lot of time laughing). I particularly enjoy Scott, both for his ability to view the war like any normal person would (strike back; you know where they live), and how he isn't afraid to talk back to and fight with the Slytherins. And I'm glad Harry's starting to grow from being around Scott. He doesn't react as much to the cursing, and he seems to be a lot less tense, enjoying his time more.
Author's Response: Hermione and Luna are surprisingly easy for me to write. I'm not sure why, since I've never been a sixteen or fifteen year old girl before and therefore can't really identify with them, but I guess I have solid concepts of who I think they are in my mind. Ginny is always the female lead who's a problem for me. I don't think I know her very well. Scott sees the war as just another small scale conflict that can be solved with a few well chosen fatalities. He's been involved in so many that they've ceased to be anything out of the ordinary for him, and in his mind the Slytherins are nothing more than an annoyance and occasional stress reliever. I'm really glad that you think Harry has been changed a little bit by Scott's presence. In the books it was always the more aggressive side of himself that he kept suppressed around Ron and Hermione, who were never very comfortable with it. Scott tends to encourage Harry's offensive tendencies, which makes him an immediate confidant for all the things that Harry never really shared with anyone else in the canon timeline. It's the fight more than anything else that brings the two of them together as friends. In Scott, Harry sees someone who is not only willing to lend a violence that might be necessary to the side of good, but just might be able to get Harry out of the whole mess alive. Thank you very much for reviewing.