Summary: This is an alternate version of Book Seven. Harry reluctantly returns to Hogwarts to train with a new DADA teacher, one appointed in specifically for Harry in Dumbledore's will. As the rest of the Wizard World reacts to Dumbledore's defeat, Harry develops the skills he needs to fulfill the Prophecy--including mastery of the Kedavra curse.
Mysteries are explored along the way, particularly the "missing 24 hours" from 1981--the span of time between Hagrid taking Baby Harry from the ruins of Godric's Hollow on Halloween Night, and his arrival to hand off Baby Harry on Privet Drive the following night. The Veil Room in the Department of Mysteries is also revisited. A traitor is uncovered, and Dumbledore's wisdom comes into question. And even when all goes as planned, things are not all they seem.
great story. you're killing me with the wait.
Author's Response: Wish I could write faster, believe me.
Summary: Sequel to Harry Potter and the Mind's Eye. A new generation of Potters is in Hogwarts, trying to live up to their family name. Sirius, Harry's second son and third child, has to deal with incredible powers he doesn't understand and keeps hidden from those around him, while still wanting desperately to prove himself to be as great as his father. Children and Grandchildren of Death Eaters abound, and they seem to be following a new Dark Lord; can a new generation of Potters face a new generation of evil?
Great Story. Can't wait for the next chapter
Author's Response: Thanks; hopefully it won\'t be long!
Summary: Sixteen years after the conclusion of the second part of the Epilogues trilogy, the wizarding world finds itself again at the mercy of a new menace. Can England's top Aurors vanquish this new foe before time runs out?
UPDATE: With cool new links to supplemental material!
Great story, I have read all your stories as you post them. It seems like you just keep getting better and better with every chapter. And Tonks, even the good ones have to die sometimes. Looking forward to the next chapter.
Author's Response: Thanks, I\'ve noticed I\'m getting that getting better all the time compliment more and more frequently, so I\'ll take that as a good thing. And I\'m really sorry but the next chapter, I\'ve already taken a couple of stabs at it, and I can tell you now, it\'s gonna be a wait, it\'s very difficult and I think I finally have a first page that I like, but that\'s just the first out of how many pages? Not the easiest chapter I\'ve ever written. Thank you so much, and I\'ll see you when I eventually do get it up. thanks.
Great Story man!! I've read the whole series a number of times, almost as many as some of the HP books. I hope you can keep posting on here but if not then I'll certainly finish reading it at your website. Hurry...haha
Author's Response: Thank you kindly. Well, tentatively I want to say that we\'re going to be able to keep the story here, though I have to make some adjustments to what has already been written. I just finished rewriting a scene, so I have to go through, make a couple of corrections real quick, and I should be able to put it in queue tomorrow.\r\n\r\nThanks so much.
Summary: Three years have passed since Voldemort fell, but nothing is as it should be. The Order is struggling against a group of dark wizards with an unknown agenda, and no one has seen nor heard from Harry since the battle. Many believe him to be dead, and the Order fears that he has been taken captive. Meanwhile, this new uprising of dark magic poses a greater threat to the wizarding world than the Order could ever imagine...
I love stories like this, dark Harry. Polyjuice was a great idea. I hope you continue writing..
Author's Response: Thanks! I liked the part with the Polyjuice too, and this is my favourite chapter so far. Originally, I hadn\'t planned for the Polyjuice-part, but then, as I was writing the chapter, it just came to me, and it seemed like a good idea - I\'m really glad you liked it! Thanks so much for reviewing, and the next chapter will be up as soon as it\'s validated. I\'ve already finished chapters 1-7.