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Scorpius, Albus, James (II), Lily (II), Hugo, Rose, OtherCanon
Primary Relationship
Secondary Relationship(s)
Harry/Ginny, Ron/Hermione, Other Pairing
Drama, General, Humor
Next Generation
Mild Language
Story Reviews
Work In Progress (WIP)
First Published
2010-05-05 1:53pm
Last Chapter
2011-06-04 6:40pm
Last Updated
2011-06-04 6:40pm

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Ch. # Chapter Title Word Count Reviews
1 Those bloody three letters

Lærke gets sorted and meets the first problem of being different.

I know this is a short chapter, but I just wanted to post something to see, if anyone wóuld read it. Future chapters will be longer, that's a promise. But for now, please read and review.

629 7
2 Does it even matter?

They're discussing blood statuses at the Ravenclaw table, and we are introduced to some new people.

Not as long as I hoped, but I needed it to introduce some of the other students. Please read and review. And I beg you to point out any mistakes you find, so I can correct them.

660 4
3 Getting started isn't always easy

Lærke has her first class. She meets Lily Potter in Dueling Class and feels left out, when she is the only one, who doesn't know "the Story".

1,587 4
4 You're not a Gryffindor

Lærke gets lost (again), watches an encounter between Lily Potter and Scorpius Malfoy and hears the Story.

Enjoy:) And as always please read and review.

1,691 4
5 Wizarding Christmas

Lily invites Lærke home to the Burrow for Christmas, and they soon join the rest of the Potter-Weasleys (and Malfoy...) on the Hogwarts Express.

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