Summary: One Shot: "...I can no longer handle this. Why did my life have to turn out this way? Iím young, after all, and I know that it is hopeless. Either way, I shall die, so what is the point?"
A boy turns to desperate measures to avoid his pre-determined fate.
"...Iíll end it all, before he has a chance to."
...interesting. I enjoyed it. And I've never read anything quite like it. Very good.
Summary: Your revolution will not be started with the words Crucio or Imperio, but with Hey, Parvati, how are you? Neville Longbottom finds his own way to fight back.
this is great. i like the idea of the letters and all the hope they bring. and i really like the idea of Neville saving the world. :)
Summary: And so this is what Hermione Jane Granger does; when all is said and done, and the Ministry leaves their dead in a cold, pale marble room, Hermione sits with them. Hermione Granger has a reason for staying locked in a room with the dead.
Wow. This really touched me and made me think in a way a story hasn't done in a long, long time. There isn't much to say...except that I hope you never stop inspiring others. :)
Summary: Her mother gave her her name? The madwoman? The one that, she now hears, cursed at her sister and disowned her? Seven cycles in the life of Nymphadora Tonks.
This is really great. I love the way you showed how Tonks matured throughout her life and how she slowly began to understand her mother. I really did enjoy it.