A young historian from the distant future researches the Dark Lord's fall by getting into Harry's head, literally, and finds more than she bargained for. One-shot
(#) siaru 2009-05-17 12:17:24 PM
Well done! The pseudo-soliloquy was a good choice of mode for this, especially given the punchline scene at the end. Much of the alternate history is familiar-in-parts, but well-constructed.
Your book title works within the fictional context. I've taken to calling its seven-volume this-world equivalent "Harry Potter and the Triumph of Evil", for fairly obvious reasons.
(#) DrT 2009-05-17 12:21:40 PM
V funny; I enjoyed the little story a lot.
Thanks for sharing it
(#) JDE 2009-05-17 02:19:50 PM
Gave me a good laugh. Well done.
(#) Cateagle 2009-05-17 03:19:57 PM
snicker Wickedly funny and very well done job of sending up "canon".
(#) DragonBard 2009-05-17 08:28:43 PM
Could have been interesting, but the Weasley hate just ruined it.
(#) thomaswatts 2009-05-17 10:00:22 PM
Amusing. You got in a great deal of Weasley bashing.
(#) mpop 2009-05-17 10:09:38 PM
Great story, I don't care what DragonBard says you can't have too much "Weasley hating".
(#) stick97 2009-05-17 11:30:30 PM
bash the gingers like a pinata!
I keep hoping that with the movies they just retcon the whole damn last book.
(#) Worldmaker 2009-05-18 04:36:41 AM
As a satire, its entertaining. But the usual Harmonian "let's paint the Weasleys as being the worst thing since Heinrich Himmler" bullshit just got boring, quickly. It ruined an otherwise entertaining story.
(#) juggler196 2009-05-18 05:42:40 AM
Loved the story. Definitely an...insightful take on most of annoying parts of cannon and a good use of cliches. I'm always a fan of weasley-bashing, so this was a good read. Made my day, thanks.