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I live in Utah, and I go to a university here, where I major in history. Writing, drawing, or light reading is something I do when I have time inbetween lengthy but interesting readings for my classes.
I first read Harry Potter when I was eight, and I've loved it ever since.
Summary: Part One in "The Broken Column" Series.
They call it the War of Blood, a cataclysm which will decide the fate of all sentient life and of wizardry. The Wizarding World is diseased, but Voldemort is just the canker. The worst elements of wizardry have now gathered, not only Death Eaters and Dementors, but all elements of darkness, because underneath it all, invisible to most but nonetheless present, there is an ancient war raging.
As he departs on the Horcrux Hunt, Harry Potter finds an unexpected ally. After he disappears, the unrest and corruption in the Ministry starts making things difficult for the Order and easier for the Death Eaters, Voldemort has found a new and deadly ally, and in the meantime, an elite group of goblins begin planning their own fight against Voldemort.
Summary: In the year 2005, a great battle took place at Hogwarts, one that ended in tragedy. Harry Potter was struck down by a victorious Voldemort. The Order of the Phoenix lost half its numbers. Ginny Potter was taken by a Dementor, leaving her daughter Lily in the care of Ron and Hermione.
The remnants of the Order were forced to flee Britain, doomed to spend the rest of their lives fighting for survival as the Death Eaters prepared to launch their assault upon the rest of Europe. And for sixteen years, Lily was hidden at the secret island Goblynsrefuge, the base of a second resistance group which in previous years had allied itself with the Order.
But all that changed after Voldemort learned of Lily’s existence.
A mysterious talisman, a traitor in the Order, and the appearance of a completely indestructible entity of whom the Death Eaters are terrified, all will build up to a dreadful cataclysm, one which, no matter which side is victorious, will inevitably result in the permanent destruction of the Wizarding World.