Harry looks at Hermione and sees her in a whole new light. He reacts in a way neither of them expected him to. Dark!HHr, Two-Shot.
- Nice, I've been wanting to see some "Harry takes over to finish the job" type stories for years.
Stories where after defeating Voldemort, Harry winds up having to conqueror the magical world to end the bigotry. Even if that means becoming a dark lord in his own right. The only thing I've seen that comes close is "Burning Day" by Kinsfire.
Nice to see somebody else with the idea. I used to post about this mainly on CaerAzkaban.
- I like this one as Harry takes the proper steps to reclaim what, and who, is "his". I love the story and what it suggests about how things will continue in the wizarding world beyond the story. I have to wonder if the "motion picture" also borrowed some good music from John Williams or someone with his style.
- It's funny, I can almost picture this being why canon Hermione chose Ron. She decided that her Harry was gone, replaced by that whiny, useless, dependant, little twat. If she wanted a pissy, jealous, prat, she'd go with Ron, he at least knew how to make it work in his favor. Her Harry was the inspirational young man who taught her defense and led six students against Death Eaters. The pale imitation that returned from the Dursleys was Ginny's Harry.
Really liked how this one turned out.