Tom Riddle's lifelong goal was to defy the mundane and become the perfection that others only dare to dream about: to become extraordinary. And nothing would stand in his way.
Follow Tom Riddle through the most important events of his school years.
Sequel to QSQ Nominee 'Never Ordinary'.
Thirteen years after the Final Battle, all is well for Harry Potter.
But not for long. . . .
Lord Voldemort, with the help of Azkaban escapee Bellatrix Lestrange and a shunted Lucius Malfoy, is brought back to life using the Darkest magic ever attempted. But given this second chance, will he take control of the Wizarding World? Or will he be conquered once more by Harry Potter?
Summary: Perfection isn't always what we see in the mirror.
Summary: All of his life, Harry has never had anything whole — only pieces of loved ones lost.
Summary: In the midst of the Battle of Hogwarts, Ginny finds Harry dead.
However, accepting death is not so easy... and sometimes depression is easier than grieving.
Most warnings are precautions. This deals heavily with depression, however, so it is quite the angst-fest, and somewhat disturbing.
Summary: "All is well" endings don't always happen.
And when you're afraid, sometimes all you can do is jump.
Summary: What would Ginny have felt had Harry died?
Summary: Tom Marvolo Riddle hated the ordinary. He never thought of himself as “normal”, and didn’t want to be remembered as such. Normality was for other people, Tom had decided, he was destined for greatness. And he would go to any lengths to achieve those means…
A partial account of Tom’s life at the orphanage he so hated, showcasing the most important events of his childhood.
Nominated twice for Best General Story in the 2007 QSQs!