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11/01/06




Hey everyone! My name is Ellie, and I'm eighteen years old. I love reading, writing, Harry Potter and music, and I'm a PI accredited beta on the Forums.

My favorite pairs are James/Lily and Rose/Scorpius. Actually, I love anything from the Marauder era and Next Generation, so expect any future stories to be one of these two genres.

I hope you enjoy reading! Reviews and feedback are much appreciated!

---Ellie


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Fragmentary Blue by Hatusu

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 26 Reviews Past Featured Story
Summary:

The whole world has gone crazy, tipped on its side, changes happening so quickly that Harry canít keep track of them all. He isnít at the centre of it anymore Ė heís drifting peacefully somewhere on the very outer rim, and he likes it this way, and he never wants to go back.



He has a dream one night. Soft hands lift him out of his bed. He opens his eyes and their faces are like maps of a country heís never been to but has always wanted to go. They say theyíll take him to a place where all he has to is breathe.



He says okay.



After Voldemort's defeat, Harry struggles to come to terms with love, death, and the end of innocence. One-shot. Rated for very, very mild sexual implications.



Reviewer: deeobee Signed
Date: 01/22/08 Title: Chapter 1: Fragmentary Blue

I absolutely love this. Itís written so beautifully and the imagery and pace are amazing. I feel like I can relate to Harry and the emotions heís going through after the war, especially when he realizes Hogwarts will never be the same to him again and his restlessness with life as a normal person. And I love the ending Ė itís hopeful and promising without being sappy. Thank you so much for writing this!

Author's Response: Thank you very much -- I\'m glad you enjoyed the autumn/Hogwarts section, which almost wrote itself on the first go. I had to think a bit about summer and spring, but that bit about Hogwarts came very naturally. I\'m glad that you don\'t think it\'s sappy, as I tend to write on the sappy side and have been trying to veer away from that with recent attempts. Thanks again!