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Summary: "Sirius is slipping, Remus thinks, and it doesn't matter how hard he tries to hold him back, in the end it's no use." Remus/Sirius, written for the LiveJournal community 64damn prompts, for prompt #55, Landslide.
Summary: "Regulus thinks it’s better than way, easier. He tries not to think of fragile bone-masks and bodies that are already dead when they hit the floor with a hollow thump. " Regulus introspective, Regulus/Snape.
Summary: "She had always been obsessed by mysteries. He had always wanted an adventure." Remus/Tonks, looking at what drew them together in the first place.
Summary: "But it's difficult to discern meaning from anything that isn't screaming." At the end of the world, Sirius listens.
Summary: Snapshots looking at the last year in the life of Remus Lupin.
Summary: Remus deals with the aftershocks of living a lie. Remus/Sirius, written for a prompt on The Muse Bunny: "Never chase a lie. Let it alone, and it will run itself to death" -Lyman Beecher
Why Don't You - [Footsteps to the End of the World] by Inclination
Rated: 6th-7th Years [Reviews - 4]
Summary: Regulus Black feels like he's made a mistake.
Summary: On the night before he must leave Grimmauld Place, Remus Lupin is laying in bed, waiting. Remus/Sirius, implied Remus/Tonks.
Summary: "Peter probably hates you, you know." A look at Sirius' life from the age of thirteen to his death, focussing on his relationships with the Marauders, especially Peter.