Summary: Fifteen-year-old Harry Potter wakes up in his cupboard under the stairs at number four, Privet Drive with no memory of the past five years of his life. What happened to his memory? What do his strange dreams mean? And most importantly, how will he survive in a school for incurably criminal boys?
This is primarily a mystery, with a bit of shippiness thrown in here and there. Of course, if I told you WHO is involved in the shippiness, that would ruin part of the mystery, wouldnít it?
This story takes place immediately after OotP (and thus disregards HBP).
A well written half of a whole. I'll move on to the next part, it is difficult to write a conclusive review when the story itself does not conclude.
I will say that I hope Tyler will show up in the future. Harry made a real friend at St. Brutus'. I don't think it is in Harry's character to forget about him, and leave him behind.
Author's Response: Thanks for reviewing. I\'m still not entirely sure I made the right decision ending the story here and writing a sequel, rather than just continuing with this one, but what\'s done is done. And don\'t worry, I completely agree that Harry wouldn\'t just forget about Tyler. He does indeed show up in the sequel.
Summary: Sequel to A Stolen Past. Please read that story first, as this one really wonít make sense if you donít.
Harry Potter has rejoined the Wizarding world after a year-long absence, but still has no memory of his time at Hogwarts. Will he ever get his memory back? Will he be able to pass his classes without it? And most importantly, will he ever be able to defeat Lord Voldemort? Read on as the last of the mysteries introduced in A Stolen Past are finally revealed.
This is a story of friendship and mystery, with a healthy dose of H/G thrown in for good measure.
Glad to see Tyler did make a triumphant return. I look forward to more.
Author's Response: I\'m so glad everybody seems to like Tyler. I\'ll be submitting the next chapter in just a few minutes.