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A dazzling satire of modern human relations among young magic people? An ironic insight into life with the impending danger of Lord Voldemort? Or the self-centred moaning of a neurotic, single sixteen-year-old? Meet Keira Matthews: Ravenclaw sixth year. Lord Voldemort? Nothing! Keira has bigger problems; problems like all the other Ravenclaw girls being smarter and/or prettier than she is, Elodie "Smellodie" Rivers still going out with Justin Finch-Fletchley (claw claw) and Terry Boot being the most irritating bloke on the planet. Add on failing subjects, undone essays and many, many dodgy charms and...well, you get the idea. Rated PG-13 for language.
COMPLETE. What is it about Scarlett that sparks a phenomenon unlike any Hogwarts has ever seen? What is it about her candid newsletter that has the boys writing her avid fan mail? What is it about this woman that has the girls seething with jealousy? What is it about her that sends the teachers to the end of their last nerve? And why in the world has she fallen in love with Gregory Goyle? Is there more to her than meets the eye? Find out in "The Scarlett Letter"! Based on true events.
Layla Milan came from one of the most powerful pureblood families of her time. It didn’t help her that she grew up to have amazing powers unlike any other. It’s been sixteen years since Regulus Black, her best friend, was said to have been killed by his own kind. Now, in the summer of 1997, she has been given the task to teach and mold the future of Ron Weasley, who has shown signs of powers. Things are going fine... That is, until Regulus shows up on her doorstep, claiming his innocence.
The Colton cousins have been best friends since birth, but at school they were sorted into opposing houses, Gryffindor and Slytherin. They mix with some interesting people and their adventures are numerous. After they've left the school, it's discovered that both cousins have been influenced by their Hogwart's assortment, and it's only a manner of time until they turn on each other. This fic follows the girls after graduation, but there are chapter flashbacks of their school years.
Voldemort's been defeated, but something's not right with the Wizarding World. No matter how hard they try, they can't seem to over come the number of deaths that riddle their world, and the Muggle World. They know the cause, or at least they've seen the evil of the Shadow; but they cannot figure out how it came to be, or how to defeat it.
Such insolence. Such Triumph. And such loneliness.
My family are a strange bunch. Father is an Unspeakable with a clock fetish. Mother is an Italian Opera singer who fences in her spare time. My brother is an excellent student who dabbles in the Dark Arts. My sister is a soppily romantic dancer who is always losing things. Uncle Tristan could talk the hind legs off a hippogriff and persuade it to go for a walk afterwards. As for me, well...
Niobe and Grace Avery were five when they met their first werewolf. One came out of the encounter forever scarred, the other came out a heroine. Both came out changed, and the first strains touched the bond between the twins. Now, with Niobe at Hogwarts, an encounter between Grace and Fenrir Greyback threatens to shatter that bond forever.
Two cousins have the misfortune to be placed in opposing houses at Hogwarts. But those houses influence their futures and not all futures are bright. What happens when the new friends they've made and the choices they've made affect their friendship?
Most crashes are dramatic and sudden. Then, there are others that are soft and take time, like that of the fall of the House of Nott. After the birth of her son, Theodore, Ella Nott learns of her husband's true work. But that is only the beginning. There on, the Dark Lord vanishes. And then, only time can tell until her time is up. Such a fall will never come around for centuries, as that of Ella Nott and the Nott family.
Morena Serran came from a rich wizarding family, but lived in a small farmhouse in rural Ireland with a selfish and neglectful father and a timid and scared mother. She was almost grateful when she came home from her last year of Hogwarts and found that she could leave that life behind. Her freedom, however, would come at a steep price: she would be forced into servitude for a dangerous sorcerer looking for a few items that would help him on his way to bring the wizarding world to a reign over all Muggles, and to refuse the request would practically be suicide.
What is the terrible secret that Headmaster Gideon Fortescue is hiding, and what will he do to keep it? His world is flying apart, and while he'd love to blame the retched Gaunts, he knows that everything is his own fault.