A possible ending for Book Seven and the Epilogue
Powerful. And sad. And it fits canon.
Thanks for writing. Looking forward to more good stories from you.
(#) FenrisWolf 2007-03-03 02:08:04 PM
Way too depressing for my tastes; I much prefer the scenarios in your various takes on the Redo storylines.
(#) Lissa 2007-03-15 02:00:05 PM
Very nice. I would say that I dislike such an extremely manipulative Dumbledore, but as I wrote one...You managed not to make it so abrupt as it could be.
(#) sparky40sw 2007-11-05 03:35:31 PM
Interesting take on redemption and forgivenness - I think this is an excellent story - no sequel needed as it stands on it own from the end of book 6.
I particularly like the way you made Snape witness his own downfall.
(#) tricorvus 2011-09-09 09:49:38 PM
Oh my Merlin! That was beautiful and satisfying in detail. Bloody brilliant! :D
Glad you liked it!
(#) NobleK 2013-08-27 02:24:51 PM
WOAH!! Just - WOAH!! :-O I'm. completely. gobsmacked. Generous of him to forgive Hannah, but I genuinely believe she was forced into it, insofar as it is possible to be forced to take the Dark Mark, and her acceptance trial seems to have been killing someone with "Avada Kedavra", which I consider the least dark of the Unforgiveables. Sure it kills, but so can "Reducto", "Sectumsempra" and quite a few other spells, many of which are not actually considered to be Dark.
Anyway, good riddance to Snape and Dumbledork and I'm glad Neville managed to evac. and save him, Hermione and Luna. Poor George(?) though, is now the last Weasley left - why did you do that?