A year or so after the Battle of Hogwarts, Harry realizes his life isn’t exactly making him happy.
(#) Darkmark66 2012-09-13 07:52:57 AMThis was very good with much truth to it Harry was always pushed by the expectations of others to do or be what they wanted.
I always liked Flitwick he would know much and be a great help to Harry given his skills and experence yet he remained very overlooked in the books.
I am glad Harry is thinking about what he wants rather than what is expected. His life will be so much harder after Riddle is dead as expectations will be so much higher as will his fame unless he leaves or casts them aside.
I always thought Ginny a fangirl and no matter what the Weasley's gain more from being close to Harry than anyone and we know they need and want wealth and status.
I am pleased about Ron I always did find him a bad friend and him running away was the last straw.
Hermione while loyal did seem less so after 4th year and seemed to get more like Molly or Albus each year and the last thing Harry needs is a shrew to boss him around like the Dursley's or to be manipulated for a greater good.
Thanks for no Auror after how the Ministry and some Aurors have acted towards Harry thats the last job on earth for him.
- Quite the epiphany there for Harry. 'Twill be interesting to see just where this takes Harry. A sequel to show what happens could go many ways. Somehow, I really can't see Harry becoming an agent of the Ministry given how they've treated him in the past. The resulting uproar as he goes his way rather than the way others wish him to go should be entertaining and illuminating.