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We start with an unknown narrator who tells us about Remus Lupin's life before his death. This narrator explains his close friendship to Lupin and confesses that he feels compelled to tell of his life, lovers, friends, and his death. Later, we find out about the man who started small and ended up leading a nation. What is this nation? The world of the werewolf ghetto: La Luna; a bedraggled, Bohemian slum where werewolves are forced by the Ministry to stay so they won't be a harm to "normal folk." As Voldemort's forces grow, it is up to Remus Lupin to decide where his allegiances lie: With the Order? Or with his own kind? And yes, it's Lupin/Tonks (just in case you were disappointed with everything else.)
This story picks up immediately following the events in HBP and is the author's version of the way Harry's adventures might unfold in Book 7.
Harry, now a 31-year-old Muggle husband and father, is starting to regret some choices he's made, including the choice to abandon his life as a wizard.
He must guide his daughter, a young witch, to make the right choice for herself, to cling to her life as a Muggle or to embrace her destiny as a witch.
It might be easy, if it weren't for wizarding's dark forces that threaten both father and daughter.