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In My Time of Dying by stagnight

Rated: 6th-7th Years •
Summary: When did it happen? When did Voldemort suddenly get so powerful? To where Dementors swallow the light, and screams can always be heard in the distance as Muggles are murdered?

Before Harry and his friends, there was another story, another war. Four boys faced their greatest fears and found themselves. They fought for what they believed in, and learned lessons along the way.

Harry Potter and the Hero's Lament by L A Moody

Rated: 3rd-5th Years •
Summary: With McGonagall firmly entrenched as Hogwarts’ new headmistress, Harry is enticed to return for his seventh year under unique conditions. Aided by Ron and Hermione, he embarks upon a Horcrux search-and-destroy mission using the school as the base of operations. Recognizing that saving the wizarding world from the ultimate evil is a rather daunting task for a seventeen-year old wizard, the Order of the Phoenix steps in to assist Harry on his journey. It soon becomes clear, however, that not everyone has the same lesson plan in mind for our hero. As the headmistress attempts to lay a clever trap to reveal hidden agendas, Voldemort waits in ambush at the one site that Harry is sure to visit.

But before Harry can face his nemesis, he must face down the inner demons that plague his own life and truly grow into adulthood. His activities are punctuated with school pranks, Quidditch, parties, and the requisite amount of rule-breaking that readers have come to expect from the trio.

Dark of the Moon by SexY_LydZ

Rated: 6th-7th Years •
Summary: Beautiful Rosalie Holland is a terrible sleepwalker and wakes one morning with leaves in her bed and blood on her pillow. The new Head Girl, Lily Evans wants an ‘Outstanding’ for every subject and nothing is going to stop her. Shy Neve Canterbury will do anything to be like Rosalie Holland, even if it means hurting a friend. Dreamy Merle Foster has no idea why her best friend has betrayed her and broken her heart.

In the most important year of their lives four girls, with four intertwined destinies, will discover secrets, lies and things they never knew about themselves.


The Memory Keeper by cassie123

Rated: 6th-7th Years •
Summary:
‘Are you disappointed in me, Sirius?’ I asked in bitterness and disdain.

‘No,’ he said, ‘I’m not disappointed, because I couldn’t have expected anything less.’


As an eighteen-year-old faced with death, Regulus Black recalls the moments of his life that shaped and defined him.

A two-shot.

Nominated for the 2009 Quicksilver Quills Best Dark/Angsty fiction.

An Aversion to Change by Misdemeanor1331

Rated: Professors •
Summary: After his failed attempt on Dumbledore's life, Draco seeks refuge at the Order of the Phoenix. Sent back to Hogwarts with suspicious title of Head Boy, he is forced to share a dormitory with none other than Hermione Granger. But with war looming on the horizon and another danger even closer to home, their seventh year of Hogwarts is anything but ordinary.

A story of compelling intrigue, hidden motives, dangerous secrets, and obvious passion. Animagi, Quidditch, the Order of the Phoenix. Masquerades and riddles. Hate and love. Pleasure and pain. A blend of contradictions that, for two people, makes a truly unforgettable final year. Slow moving D/Hr with plenty of plot.

Tease by Black Pearl

Rated: Professors •
Summary: "Never let him push you too far," they told her.


"Never let him talk you into things you'd never normally do," they whispered to her when she was in doubt.


"But most of all... don't ever, ever be a tease."



What happens when one is pushed so far to do the saddest acts... even to prove their own selves wrong?

Sin by SexY_LydZ

Rated: Professors •
Summary:

‘Thou shalt not sin’ – Bible

Yeah, right.

Sirius knows what he wants and he’s not afraid to chase it. She makes him feel more than he’s ever felt before, but getting what he wants may cause him more heartache than he ever imagined. Thus begins a thrilling game, a game of vice and virtue, of betrayal and affection, of sin and atonement.

The forbidden fruit tastes the sweetest.


31 July, 1980. by whitefur

Rated: 3rd-5th Years •
Summary: This one shot is about the fateful day when Harry was born. Seen through Remus Lupin’s eyes, it details out the events that had happened on the day, events that had repercussions felt through years, and through several individual lives.

Forced To Love by HogwartsDuchess

Rated: Professors •
Summary: There is a crisis in the Wizarding Community. In order to stop it, the Ministry must take drastic action. Minister Scrimgouer passes a legislation to preserve the Magical World, but what will the effects be on the witches and wizards of Britain. And what will happen to Ginny Weasley, forced to marry a man she's sworn to hate?

Brothers & Sisters by ringobeatlesfan4

Rated: 3rd-5th Years •
Summary:

They fight. They argue. They threaten never to speak again. But in the end, it’s all alright. Because they’re brothers and sisters, or at least that’s what it feels like. James, Albus, and Lily Potter are the closest siblings you’d ever find. Rose and Hugo Weasley have their differences, but in the end, they would die for each other. And as for Scorpius Malfoy… he’s unlike anything the others have seen before. But he’s okay… because he saved them on countless occasions.

This is the story of the bonds between siblings, cousins, and friends. It’s the story of forgetting the past to create a brighter future. And it’s the story of learning to let go of the old, and holding on to the new.


The Half-Blood Prince by minnabird

Rated: 6th-7th Years •
Summary: Severus Snape is undoubtedly a man who has had more than his fair share of adversity. And he is also a man twisted by his experiences. What childhood experiences, only hinted at in the memories Harry accidentally saw during Occlumency lessons, helped mold Snape into the Death Eater he later became?

The Last Sunset by eternalangel

Rated: 6th-7th Years •
Summary: Narcissa Malfoy lived the charmed life. She had it all: beauty, wealth, affluence and a son she adored, but when Narcissa Malfoy finds out she has a devasting Muggle disease that can not be cured by wizard medicine, she quickly learns what is truly important in her life. For ahead of Narcissa lies a turbulent journey to acceptance and understanding, if only she has the courage to face it.


Dedicated to Elizabeth "Toni" Vouaux-Stinecipher R.I.P.


This was written for Vindictus Viridian’s Written Word Term Challenge

As the Dawn Breaks by MerrryD

Rated: Professors •
Summary:

Love.

Love is healing. Love makes the world go ‘round. Love is all you need.

Yeah, okay.

Whoever said that, obviously forgot about the part where it could destroy you, leave you empty and worthless, numb to everything, except the suffocating pain of knowing you aren’t good enough.

Hate.

Hate is strong word. Hate destroys us. Hate is an ugly thing.

Says who?

Sometimes, it’s our hate that drives us. It fuels us, pushing us through the past, forcing us to accept what we have. It gives us a reason to move. It motivates us into action.

Sometimes, hate is all we have.

Lily/Sirius


The Song of the Trees by Tinn Tam

Rated: 6th-7th Years •
Summary: Damaged by the war, Harry flees everything that used to be familiar to him and instead roams the night, haunted by unsolvable questions -- what truly killed Voldemort? And what lurks in the Forbidden Forest, where the trees seem alive?

As his investigation progresses, everything Harry has learnt is called into question as he discovers the most jealously kept secret of the Wizarding civilisation.

Fighting History by Lily6161

Rated: 3rd-5th Years •
Summary: Whne Zaire Riddle wakes up to go to Hogwarts, she expects to find hostility there. What she doesn't expect is to find a best friend, a new start, and quite a few lessons on fighting her past. She soon finds that maybe fighting har history isn't as hard as it seems. It just takes some cunning, some courage, and some good friends.
Substance abuse much, much later.

Dumbledore's Secret by emck_21

Rated: 6th-7th Years •
Summary: Minerva McGonagall is cleaning out Dumbledores office when she stumbles upon a box full of secrets. And what she discovers in the box will change the future of the Wizarding world forever…

Just on another note, most of the warnings above are for a purely just in case situation, and most of the above possible scenarios are not graphic in nature.

Cruel Moon for the Misbegotten by L A Moody

Rated: 6th-7th Years •
Summary: Remus Lupin is a man whose bÍte noir assumes very real proportions on the night of each full moon. It is a reality that he had accepted for most of his life; forced to reconcile to the limitations of his existence at an early age. Then out of the blue, Nymphadora Tonks waltzes into his life, throwing all his stoic principles into turmoil. But wizarding society’s prejudices against werewolves are so deeply ingrained that even specialized Healers have no choice but to admit that some of the most basic answers are just unavailable. As Remus undertakes a dangerous undercover mission that may help him to find answers among his own brothers, Tonks follows a convoluted trail that will uncover the true nature of hatred buried within the Ministry of Magic itself.


Follow this tale of despair and redemption as it weaves through the bustling boulevards of Rome to the carefree Bohemian sections of London to the austere bones of post-industrialized Britain to the majestic spires of Hogwarts castle. It is a story not presented as a romance, but rather as one man’s journey to hell and back as inspired by Dante’s Divine Comedy.


Serves as a prequel to my other story, Harry Potter and the Hero’s Lament, but either story can be read independently of the other.

Grey Days by lilysmaurader

Rated: 3rd-5th Years •
Summary: If war is the darkest days, and the future worth fighting for is the lightest days, then what are the days between? The war ends but the wounds are left unhealed. People die and people are hurt. The healing process is slow, and until it is over everyone is stuck in the grey days between victory and healing.

This is a collection of short stories about how different characters deal with issues created by the war.

Follow the Basilisk Home by indigo_mouse

Rated: 3rd-5th Years • Past Featured Story
Summary: Time is the magic that transforms the words and deeds of mortals to myth and fable. Who were the Hogwarts Four? Who were the people behind the legends? This is the story of the monk and maven, healer and hero who lived and dreamed and built a school in years long gone.

The Midnight Watch by Kerichi

Rated: 6th-7th Years •
Summary:

It started with a Christmas visit and his father's question. "If you patrol during the day, who takes the night watch?" Charlie's search for an answer leads to his discovery of a nocturnal keeper named Nadia...and a thirteenth use for dragons' blood.