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The Spare by anthonyjfuchs

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 5 Reviews
Summary: Cedric Diggory didn't just die in the graveyard of Little Hangleton: he saved Harry Potter's life, and it was just the beginning of his journey.

Fallen Star by Ghost of Alarae

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 0 Reviews
Summary: As our story begins, we meet a young man named Alexander. He is the apprentice of a blacksmith in the village of Orios in 17th century Ireland who has recently lost his entire family, but the most tragic death among these is that of his sister Emily. In this tale, he will relate her story to a mage in the magical community of Orios.

A Remembered Past by eternalangel

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 1 Reviews
Summary: Reporter Adrian Bryant as been asked to cover the first ever Triwizard Tournament being held at Durmstrang after the disastrous one at Hogwarts. Fears are high and memories still sting as Adrian interviews the new headmaster of Durmstrang and a former Quidditch legend.

I am eternalangel of Ravenclaw and this is my entry for the second task of the Triwizard Tournament.

The Half-Blood Prince by minnabird

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 4 Reviews
Summary: Severus Snape is undoubtedly a man who has had more than his fair share of adversity. And he is also a man twisted by his experiences. What childhood experiences, only hinted at in the memories Harry accidentally saw during Occlumency lessons, helped mold Snape into the Death Eater he later became?

Bright Moon over Godric's Hollow by Tiberius Jones

Rated: Professors • 2 Reviews
Summary: This is a grisly tale of revenge. A man awaits his prey patiently, ferociously. He owes it to his closest friends who were betrayed by his victim. He plans to give his victim the worst possible death he can imagine.

Coup de Grace by Ginny Weasley Potter

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 4 Reviews
Summary: After a year full of bombings and killings, we thought it couldn’t get worse. But we were horribly wrong. And then they struck the final blow… upon our tolerance.

26/11/2008.

This was the day when Mumbai, India’s financial capital was attacked by terrorists. They kept the city hostage for around sixty hours taking hundreds of lives and injuring many more. This attack is counted amongst the most deadliest terrorist attacks so far. It raised a wave of fury and unity in Mumbai.

But after all this, are we, as residents of this diverse world, really united? Why do we fight with each other, just because we belong to different religions? Does difference in faith really matter?

I am Ginny Weasley Potter from Hufflepuff and this story is for the Written Word Challenge of the Hogwarts Spring Term, 2009. I am writing to support the organisation called ‘Citizens For Peace’.

The Last Sunset by eternalangel

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 3 Reviews
Summary: Narcissa Malfoy lived the charmed life. She had it all: beauty, wealth, affluence and a son she adored, but when Narcissa Malfoy finds out she has a devasting Muggle disease that can not be cured by wizard medicine, she quickly learns what is truly important in her life. For ahead of Narcissa lies a turbulent journey to acceptance and understanding, if only she has the courage to face it.


Dedicated to Elizabeth "Toni" Vouaux-Stinecipher R.I.P.


This was written for Vindictus Viridian’s Written Word Term Challenge

Final Thoughts by mudbloodproud

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 5 Reviews
Summary: What thoughts would go through your mind if you knew you only had seconds to live? Would you think about happy times or sad? Those you are leaving behind, or those you are going to see? Would you think about what you accomplished in your life or what you left undone? Would your mind be filled with regrets or pride?

A moment exists between life and death. For some that moment covers a lifetime of memories, for others it is all too brief.

Twilit Woods by inspirations

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 10 Reviews Past Featured Story
Summary:
'The sun has set now - time goes so quickly for us. I wish we had longer.’

Two people have snatched moments together most evenings, under the shadow of the setting sun. Their meetings are forbidden. Hogwarts is safe, but the school grounds? They're not.

The Eternal Darkness of Sirius Black's Mind by eternalangel

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 8 Reviews
Summary: Sirius has spent ten years of his life locked up for crimes he had not committed. Hopelessness and despair seemed to be the only way out for Black, who has to face his worst memories everyday. Azkaban would have destroyed Sirius if it hadn’t been for James. See what comes of a person who survives Azkaban, and finds a measure of peace along the way.

Cruel Moon for the Misbegotten by L A Moody

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 82 Reviews
Summary: Remus Lupin is a man whose bte noir assumes very real proportions on the night of each full moon. It is a reality that he had accepted for most of his life; forced to reconcile to the limitations of his existence at an early age. Then out of the blue, Nymphadora Tonks waltzes into his life, throwing all his stoic principles into turmoil. But wizarding society’s prejudices against werewolves are so deeply ingrained that even specialized Healers have no choice but to admit that some of the most basic answers are just unavailable. As Remus undertakes a dangerous undercover mission that may help him to find answers among his own brothers, Tonks follows a convoluted trail that will uncover the true nature of hatred buried within the Ministry of Magic itself.


Follow this tale of despair and redemption as it weaves through the bustling boulevards of Rome to the carefree Bohemian sections of London to the austere bones of post-industrialized Britain to the majestic spires of Hogwarts castle. It is a story not presented as a romance, but rather as one man’s journey to hell and back as inspired by Dante’s Divine Comedy.


Serves as a prequel to my other story, Harry Potter and the Hero’s Lament, but either story can be read independently of the other.

Carrion Comfort by Clare Mansfield

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 4 Reviews
Summary: Eleven years have past since the fall of Voldemort and Teddy Lupin starts Hogwarts. Will his Herbology teacher be able to help him to confront the horrors of the past? Post DH.

The Right Time by YourWildestDreams

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 1 Reviews
Summary: It started with a quote. A great man’s greatest good luck is to die at the right time
- Eric Hoffer
And Tom Riddle just couldn't forget it. Eventually, he is driven to seek out Hoffer and put his mind at peace. Tom pushes past boundries never crossed before, never even imagined before. Because after all, how could anyone consider it good luck to die?

Mud In His Eyes by the fetal positon

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 2 Reviews
Summary: Gravely wounded by a stray curse, Harry lies beneath the battle and waits, because he can't do much else.

'Voldemort is there, standing above him. He takes them to a different place, a different time.'

Grey Days by lilysmaurader

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 1 Reviews
Summary: If war is the darkest days, and the future worth fighting for is the lightest days, then what are the days between? The war ends but the wounds are left unhealed. People die and people are hurt. The healing process is slow, and until it is over everyone is stuck in the grey days between victory and healing.

This is a collection of short stories about how different characters deal with issues created by the war.

The Decision by mudbloodproud

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 4 Reviews
Summary: As Tonks stands in the living room of her mother's house and watches Remus walk out the door to go to Hogwarts for the big battle, she must decide to stay with her son, or follow her husband.

This is the story of that heart-wrenching decision.

I do not own anything you recongise in this story. It all belongs to J.K. Rowling. I am just thankful to be allowed to play in her world for a little while.

Fallen Lord by TheBlackSister

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • 5 Reviews Past Featured Story
Summary: An old defeated man awaits his end. It comes with consequences.

Children of the Rebellion by laurskii

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 3 Reviews
Summary: Ten years ago, a prophecy that had dictated the future of all the world was fulfilled. in a final duel, a chance distraction by a small child led to the downfall of the head of the Rebellion. Harry James Potter was killed, along with any hope of destroying the Dark Lord. All who supported him were killed in the most deadly massacre the Wizarding World has ever known, and life in Britain has never been the same.



Ten years after his father's death, Harry Potter's son is leading a new rebellion. Which side will you choose?

A Solution to Everything by Viv

Rated: 1st-2nd Years • 8 Reviews
Summary: One rainy night, two individuals.



A woman who has had her share of difficulties in life. A boy whose life has just begun, but who is already scarred forever by two unfortunate deaths.



Can they help each other to patch up the missing parts and rebuild a shattered existence?

Porcelain Doll by MorganRay

Rated: 6th-7th Years • 5 Reviews
Summary: She was their plaything for so long. Now that she’s free again, Cho tries to find pleasure in love, but innocence left her long ago with loneliness as her only lover.