La Reine Noire
If there was one talent that threaded its way through the bloodlines of the Black family, it was that of survival.
A cautionary tale of four intrepid fifth-years and their quest to capture Hogwarts on parchment
"If Moony, Wormtail, Padfoot, and Prongs, the four brightest blokes Hogwarts has seen in generations, can't decorate a bloody Christmas tree, there is something very wrong with this world."
Attempts to educate the three daughters of Druella Black according to their station do not exactly go as planned.
Her mother had told her stories of ladies in towers, imprisoned there by wicked relations, and rescued by knights. But the visions faded quickly, leaving nothing but the filthy little shack in the woods. And there were no knights in Little Hangleton.
A month has passed since the death of Lord Voldemort. A chance meeting on the street forces Remus Lupin to confront questions he cannot answer.
October 1981. One prophecy, two children. What if it had gone the other way?
'Some rise by sin, and some by virtue fall.' Spanning from spring of 1976 through the fateful Halloween night of 1981, the adventures and misadventures of Messrs. Moony, Wormtail, Padfoot, and Prongs, and their contemporaries, particularly those belonging to the Most Noble and Ancient House of Black, Toujours Dysfunctional. Warnings: contains dark thematic material, violence, innuendo, as many literary references as can be managed, and very mild slash.
April, 1982. Venice is a city of ghosts, especially for those trying to escape them.