Summary: Meet James Potter, a clever, somewhat mischievous, popular student at Hogwarts. He takes every situation in stride and has everything under control, except one: Lily Evans, an amazingly beautiful and intelligent individual. He loves her more than anything, but she despises him more than anything, and a not-so-impressive run-in late at night with her leaves James thinking that chasing after Lily might be hopeless. Then, a series of events happen in James' life, which is topped off by an unexpected visitor that makes his sixth year too sweet to remember.
Summary: A person once said that in life, people must make sacrifices for the people and things they love the most, no matter how difficult it may be. Since he was born, Harry Potter has always been burdened with this saying. The Dark Lord, the Prophecy, and the many twists and turns in Harry’s fated life have always kept him from thinking a lot about “sacrifice” though. But at the end of Harry’s long journey of desperation and death, he reflects upon this very thought. He thinks about how it can make the greatest difference, and also how it can define a person. Most of all, however, he thinks about how lonely sacrifice can really and truly be, and how it is the most difficult decision made in life.
Summary: Choices; every single person on this earth has them. Some are small, and other ones affect the course of the future. A boy who would later become the most powerful dark wizard of all time had a choice, and that choice, was the choice of Tom Riddle.