- Harry Potter
- Drama Mystery
- Multiple Eras
- Philosopher's Stone Chamber of Secrets Prizoner of Azkaban Goblet of Fire Quidditch Through the Ages Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
Published: 04/02/2002Updated: 04/16/2004Words: 305,784Chapters: 30Hits: 74,152
Harry Potter And The Fall Of Childhood
- Story Summary:
- First in a trilogy of novels about harry's last years at Hogwarts. This one takes Harry through a new world of Death Eaters, secret identities, girls, battles and more than I can list here.
The first in a trilogy of novels. Deviously plotted, this first story chronicles Harry's fifth year as he navigates hidden magical experiments, secret identities, conspiracies, and the world of dating and friendship. Very complicated and involved plot, and lots of character development.
Harry spends his summer at Hogwarts, though not necessarily uneventfully. Even a fun-filled birthday can't entirely make up for the reason he is there, nor for a few disturbing discoveries.
The school year gets off to a quick start with assignments, new duties, and some more clues to a mystery Harry doesn't even know he's solving.
Some info about Harry that he's never shared before. More classes, more Padma, some Quidditch, and a dash of Dumbledore.
Harry has a long overdue chat with Neville, and the Quidditch issue is settled. Also, Harry gets a new name.
Harry does some reading, gets disturbed, then Snaped, in that order.
Draco, libraries, Padma, Hermione, and a first for Harry.
Harry makes an early visit to Dumbledore, makes a date with Padma, chats with his Godfather, and plays some Quidditch. Then he falls over.
Harry awakens in the hospital wing, makes some ominous discoveries, and does some studying. Then he digs in some mud.
There's exercise and pondering and a clandestine meeting, among other things.
First in a trilogy of novels about Harry's last years at Hogwarts. This one takes Harry through a new world of Death Eaters, secret identities, girls, battles and more than I can list here.
A chapter just dripping with juicy information that no one quite knows what to do with.
First in a trilogy of novels about harry's last years at Hogwarts. This one takes Harry through a new world of Death Eaters, secret identities, girls, battles and more than I can list here.
The ball, full of meaningful glances and odd conversations.
Harry discovers that his holiday won't be quite what he's expecting.
Harry spends a pleasant Christmas morning with his Godfather, then has some pleasant and not so pleasant encounters.
Shocks, plans, and upsets.
Harry makes some discoveries in his mission to help Hermione, and has a very enlightening lesson. Or three or four.
A date, an interesting encounter, a Quidditch match and a revelation.
Harry has a revealing meeting with Hermione, a confusing talk with Hagrid, a date, and a really odd morning.
Harry and Hermione lay down the law. Harry gets a shock or three. Dumbledore is Headmasterly. Snape plans a fishing trip.
Harry remembers. Spans eight years, from 1988 through Chamber of Secrets, Prisoner of Azkaban, Goblet of Fire, and earlier in Fall of Childhood itself.
Harry goes fishing with Snape, and catches more than he expected.
Harry spends an early morning in the dungeons, drinks a potion, gets some mail, has an awkward conversation, then a few more awkward conversations.
Sirius arrives for a visit. There is Quidditch played, Harry style intrigue, Ginny, oh and a cliffhanger.
Harry has an enlightening tea with the Headmaster and...guest, then has a really bad couple of days. He also has a dream. Yeah, one of those.
The plot takes a sharp left turn, and Harry starts planning.
Harry does some covert reading, some wrestling, and some scheming. The summoning charm is abused by the forces of good and evil alike. Oh, and there's the big scary showdown.
In this penultimate chapter, everyone explains everything to everyone else. Well, almost everything. Also, Harry gets a shock, Snape gets a letter, and Ginny gets a spine.
The story comes to a close in this final chapter. Exactly one thing of plot importance happens, and there is blatant sequel set-up.