See Series page for further author notes, warnings, and ratings. “Harry took one look at your name in the Book of Souls and accepted you—sight unseen.– – – – Hermione looked up from her essay as a stack of books were slapped down in front of her. He believed in the magic of the book that Merlin created without question.
If they were going to make their home in Britain, which was Hermione’s preference, then their appearing in public had to be Miss Mc Gonagall? “We can look forward to a scathing article about that.” “I’m seeing spots,” Hermione exclaimed. I’ve been very gracious about contributing to their magazine! Thaddeus guided them both into a lift and it closed on the crowd.
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– – – – It crossed Hermione’s mind as they passed through the wand check at the Ministry that most of the magicals in Britain had seen very little of Harry since he was cursed.
Her mother had told her that it would hold three thousand people in stadium seating above the actual court.
The Atrium was brimming with people but Harry’s vassal, Thaddeus Banner, was making way for them without much of a fuss.