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I thought I'd advertise Social Loner's amazing bannermaking skills and my latest poem. Behold!
Come on then, what are you waiting for?
Summary: Beautiful Rosalie Holland is a terrible sleepwalker and wakes one morning with leaves in her bed and blood on her pillow. The new Head Girl, Lily Evans wants an ‘Outstanding’ for every subject and nothing is going to stop her. Shy Neve Canterbury will do anything to be like Rosalie Holland, even if it means hurting a friend. Dreamy Merle Foster has no idea why her best friend has betrayed her and broken her heart.
In the most important year of their lives four girls, with four intertwined destinies, will discover secrets, lies and things they never knew about themselves.
Interesting... have you read 'Betwixt'?
Author's Response: I'm glad you thought it was interesting, though I can't say I've read that book. Good read?
Summary: It's been twelve years since the Wizarding world saw Harry Potter after he mysteriously disappeared into the Forbidden Forest during the Final Battle in 1998. Now Lord Voldemort has conquered, extending his reach not just over Britain, but France, Germany, and Spain as well.
Meanwhile, hidden deep within the Canadian Rocky Mountains in British Columbia, a terrifying secret is brewing at the magic school that McGonagall herself founded just after the second battle for Hogwarts. It is at this school where Muggle-born Leah Andrews and her best friends, Gwen and Cory, will find themselves thrown into the search for the truth: What is a dead snake doing hung from a tree like a sacrificial lamb? Who really is the new DADA professor with the strange colour-changing eyes and bad mood swings? And just what does a gentle half-giant gamekeeper have to do with any of this?
One thing is for certain - all is definitely not well.
This is the sequel to Alternate Ending. I strongly recommend you read that one first, although I don't think it's necessary.
Excerpt from the Epilogue:
As he sidestepped them, he glanced down again at the wrinkled slip of parchment Charlie had handed him two days earlier with nothing more than a quiet word that there may still be one last loose end to tie.
Hi! I have to tell you to keep up the good work with this story. I don't usually like fics like this, but yours has managed to keep my attention well and grab me. Great job.