A mysterious illness leaving a mere handful of uninfected. A school in quarantine, isolated from the outside world. Danger on all sides, striking seemingly at random. And, at the heart of it all, Scorpius Malfoy, the only one to believe this is a part of a wider, dangerous plot.
A continuation of 'Latet Anguis in Herba', set during the events of The Half-Blood Prince. The Slytherin seventh-years return to Hogwarts for the last time under the shadow of the war and their own demons. But with the wizarding world under the heel of Lord Voldemort, how are they supposed to cope with NEWTs, careers, the Quidditch Cup, and the inevitable drama any student has to cope with - let alone a Hogwarts student?
Three years after the war, McGonagall stands on the brink of retirement with nobody placed to succeed her as headmistress of Hogwarts. Meanwhile, Ron Weasley attempts to juggle his work as an Auror, the pending nuptials of his best friend and sister, his rapidly deteriorating relationship with the love of his life, and the fact that he's starting to have vivid dreams about the life of Godric Gryffindor.. So when McGonagall asks him to investigate, of all things, the theft of the Sorting Hat, one would think he had bigger problems. Right?
A collection of shorts covering the school years of a group of Slytherin students at Hogwarts. Voldemort might not be their primary concern, but that doesn't guarantee an easy life in the power-plays of the House of the ambitious and cunning. The post-war generation is guaranteed to live in 'interesting times'.
Insanity breaks out in Hogwarts following the Weasley twins' departure from Umbridge's regime, and Blaise Zabini reflects on the role his House has to play in the school's new atmosphere.