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Well, I've sort of erased Voldemort from history and trapped myself in a parallel universe, and things are pretty different now. For example, I don't actually exist. Brilliant.
2017 Golden Chalice Award for Most Addicting Story || 2016 Keckers Award for Most Original || 2015 Keckers Runner-up for Best Drama || For Infinityx’s Sci-fi Challenge
Adulting really isn't all it's cracked up to be.
Just ask Dahlia Darzi.
(ft. cold coffees, copious curses of an impressive variety, persistent Potters, and the unfortunate habit of apparating away from uncomfortable situations.)
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It is 1998 and the nation is at war, fallen to the Dark Lord's control. Astoria Greengrass, as the daughter of Voldemort's own chief spy, must navigate rebel societies, Pureblood expectations, and Draco Malfoy - who, with the revelation of one small secret, could send her world crashing down.
In the end, war heroes are, too, only humans.
"You know, I’ve always dreamt of being groped on public transport,” he said at last, “but that’s not quite what I imagined.”
Remus could only stare at him. “I – what?”
A Farcical, Turbulent Wallowing about a Facetious Faction of Separatists. An iconoclastic conglomerate of nonconformists. A story of social relations as written by an unsocial introvert. . . this should go spiffingly.
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"You're a muggle, aren't you?" he asks.
You don't know what a muggle is. From his tone, you can tell it's not a good thing if you are one.
"I- I don't know." You have to force the words out of your mouth. "I don't know what a Muggle is."
"You must be one, then," the masked man says. "Follow me, and I'll show you."
For DossyVilja's Wizards Around The World Challenge