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War is coming. But no one knows that for years, Lily Evans has been fighting in a conflict much closer to home. The end is in sight, and it appears she may actually escape to a new life in the Wizarding world...until James Potter sees her battle scars.
Love it! My only complaints are grammar/visual related, really. In a few of the chapters, (I can't remember which), you mispelled sheer, (as shear), and some others with double ees doing an ea, which makes the word totally different.
Chapter 14(as it was posted), It's Not Over Yet, has three different versions in it, one still retains your markings for annoucing the title, (bold and italicized), the second one is just bold but has no spaces between paragraphs or speech, and the third is regular text without spaces again. Just figured I'd let you know, so you could fix it.
Amazing besides that, I think I'm in love with your story. Very, very well done. I like it better than HBP, acutally! Keep on writing, and have fun in Japan.
The legend of the Golden Trio is well documented through the first six books of the Harry Potter series that have been published. This, however, is what happens when the Trio team up with Team Deja Vu, three Hogwarts students one year behind Harry, Ron and Hermione. This story will be more of an altered history, complete with original dialogue and two new characters, than an alternate universe. Told from multiple POVs.
Oooh, cliffie. Will Poncy Percy be allowed in the fold again? Or will he be hexed into oblivion by his hot-headed siblings?
Lovely work so far, keep it up! I like the Dumbledore talking to Harry from the dead (sort of) angle, it keeps things interesting.
You're right, this one does. I started wondering why Snape hadn't noticed anything amiss in Harry's head during Occulmency lessons. I mean, the man was a spy for heaven's sake! He's supposed to notice these things. Add to that his teaching duties, and the reporting laws covering teachers (at least in the Muggle world), and I had something a little different.
Most 'Snape-rescues-Harry' stories are set during the summer. While it is a bit satisfying, I suppose, to catch the Dursleys in the act, it's much more plausible for it to be discovered during the school year.
Part of me is sorry for doing Sirius in, but I've had time to accept his 'death' in OotP. I think what annoyed me the most in the original was the ambiguous nature of it. So when I decided that he had to die in my version, I made it a definite death. Yeah, he's dead, but at least he didn't slip behind a ruddy curtain this time, and there's no chance of him mysteriously reappearing alive!
Anyway, I'm glad you're enjoying this story, and I hope you continue to.
As Harry, Ron, Hermione and Ginny swear an allegiance to destroy the remaining Horcruxes, the Order of the Phoenix has other fish to fry: apparently Voldemort discovered the existence of a fourth Unforgivable Curse which spreads the black death upon the victim. Can Harry destroy the Horcruxes in time, or will medieval horror return?
Many thanks to GryffindorGoddess06, who has beta'd every chapter since the third chapter.
Thank you for reviewing! (I should really ask for reviews more in my author notes)
Snape did put the roses on the grave, and he'll return within a few chapters. That's all I'm going to say though.
The next two chapters are with my beta at the moment, and I'm writing the thirteenth chapter, so I'll be able to update soon.
Oh yeah, if you'd put close attention to the scene where Harry's hit by the Noxanimudiscerpo, then you'll be able to guess something ;-)