Harry suffers a mental breakdown while being convicted to Azkaban. He serves his time and rebuilds his life away from the magical world. His only regret...losing his friends.
(#) blogquerty 2009-03-29 05:33:30 AMAt last!
That's not often you see something new like your story : there's a lot of azkaban story but usually it's either a super harry or a completly broken one but here there is a conspiracy led without the knowledge of the main protagonists.
Welcome back too, but please don't let things outside of your keyboard interfere again....after all, only real life matters. ;)
(#) ROBERT_1958 2009-03-29 06:51:51 AMWhy does harry not goto gringotts and get everything he has and leave the UK?
Once Harry is out of the UK he can get a new wand and learn wand-less Magic as well as other types of Magic.
Author's responseHarry really doesn't have a lot of resources. He's mentally damaged, and just wants to have some control in his life. In England, he knows the rules, layout and how people react. In another country he would lose that small thread of control over his life he's finally gotten.
This story has a bit of a build up, but shouldn't take too much longer.
- Good chapter. Will Harry tell Hermione about the attempted mugging? I don't recall is Harry not allowed to have a wand? 'Seems like working for Olivander that could be remedied maybe under the name James Black. Though of course Harry gets along without for some things. Thanks for writing. W.
- Well, it's good to see that Harry's still recovering and I like that he now has his two "best gals" around to support him; I rather hope that speeds his healing as tai chi speeds his integration back into a whole functioning wizard (I'm sure Lucius and Tommy-boy will so love that). Meanwhile, it sucks to be those muggers who just found out that appearances can be very deceiving.
Good chapter and I'm looking forward to teh next one.