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Summary: Lord Voldemort is no more, but the victors paid a high price. This story begins as Harry, Ron, and Hermione’s seventh year comes to an end and Ginny's starts. While delving into the ancient story of Merlin, Percy Weasly brings attention to what appears to be the complete collapse of magic. Can he, or anyone stop the changes before it's too late?

Categories: Post-Hogwarts Genre: Warnings: Character Death, Sexual Situations, Violence

Word count: 246004 Chapters: 47 Completed: Yes
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09/02/05 Updated: 12/29/06


Reviewer: dragonprince Signed
Date: 03/12/08 Title: Chapter 39: The World Turned Upside Down

I've enjoyed the story so far. But unfortunatly for me you've made an error in not finding out how UK telephone numbers work. Atempting to dial 0 for the opperator wont work all uk numbers start with a 0 and also they have the format 0XXX XXXXXX and not the format you have used. Ok this is a nit pick but I am a pedant at times

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