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A Dead Geranium
Even as every night whittled down the probability further, she defied statistics and she defied the ruined world she stood in, and hoped...
Outside, pale forms flickered like fireflies, fighting a dead war with their dead hands...
A Farther Room
“Frightened?” he said.
Each In His Prison
And then things moved so fast she could barely keep track – a scraping sound, her feet knocked from under her so she fell to her knees, a hand yanking her hair, and suddenly, a prick of pain at her throat.
Sparrows In The Gutter
“I could break her,” Bellatrix said reflectively, and her fingers fluttered like rain on the back of Hermione’s neck, then closed about it.
Beauty In Terror
“Tell me, Granger, do you trust me now?”
One massive paw dashed it aside – she was trapped, fire at her back, the manticore blocking her escape. Its eyes gleamed with satisfaction. The tail raised, bowed over its head like a spear poised to strike.
The Unattended Moment
It was the first time she had seen anyone from Hogwarts other than Draco. It made her feel queerly dizzy, as if it had not quite been real until now. Blaise Zabini.
Lost Sea Voices
Draco skidded to a halt. A plethora of emotions crossed his face, savagery, bemusement, a mask of composure.
His Soul Stretched Tight
Everyone had seen Potter overthrown outside the walls. There had been only the soft thud of his body crumpling senseless to the ground, glasses askew on his nose, and then a vast, terrible silence. Everything seemed to stop: heart, breath, hope.
The World's End
As the gates opened with the wail of rusty hinges, he heard the noise of the inmates: the susurrus of moans and whispers and weeping, rising up over the crash of the sea, the sound of people drowning in something far colder and deeper than mere water.
"It was months before they left. And I was frightened. So when I did send up the signal, you might not have seen it. Then one night..." Hermione thought back, and the realisation of just how little time had passed startled a laugh from her because it seemed a land of once upon a time and far far away. "Last week, actually – that night, I sent it up when the sky was dark."
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