Recommended to Chelsea by: Not in the slightest. If you loved this one, I truly am happy for you, but I felt the need to provide some honest feedback in case there are others who may have the same expectations that I did here.
Backward With Purpose Part I: Always and Always by Deadwoodpecker reviews AU. Harry, Ron, and Ginny send themselves back in time to avoid the destruction of everything they hold dear, and the deaths of everyone they love.
Harry Potter - Rated: M - English - Chapters: Something DID jog the memory of our favorite prince that night What would have happened if David and Mary Margaret had awoken long before anyone else and been left to deal with the monumental task of breaking the curse?
Once Upon a Time - Rated: The Crown of Thorns by Karmic Acumen reviews There's something to say about trying to hold onto basic decency in a den full of snakes. It kills you or drives you insane.
Why else would he get himself exiled on purpose? Not that surfacer lords proved much better. Good thing the other Grey Wardens were there. They had such wonderful common sense.
Well, most of them, the Assembly was still deadlocked about one or two. Dragon Age - Rated: InAlbus Dumbledore heads to a London orphanage to deliver a letter to a muggleborn student, and decides to be reasonable when encountering Tommy Riddle.
T - English - Chapters: The Fifth Blight strikes Ferelden, and Malcolm's old Tevinter citizenship chases the Hawke family north instead of south—straight into seats of power in the magisterium. Few in Minrathous welcome such foreigners, but when an unfriendly duel lands Danarius's prized slave squarely in Hawke's possession, not even a magister can predict the upheaval that follows.
Too bad no one is left to celebrate. Harry makes a desperate plan to go back in time, even though it means returning Voldemort to life. Now an 11 year old Harry with 30 year old memories is starting Hogwarts.
Can he get it right? Reverse by Lady Moonglow reviews Hermione is unexpectedly swept into a dystopian world of opposites where Dumbledore reigns as Dark Lord and Muggle technology and the Dark Arts have revolutionized Britain.
A Light wizard resistance led by Tom Riddle and the Malfoys has been left to a nightmarish fate.
Can Hermione, posing as her darker incarnation, help save a world more shattered than her own? Unfortunately for him, it seems both the old and new gods favor the King of North so much that the war seems to be going perfectly for the Starks.
A song of Ice and Fire - Rated: T - English - Fantasy - Chapters: Then came the Hogwarts letter, and a world of intriguing new possibilities to exploit. How would it change the story? Pride and Prejudice - Rated: What happens when a wise man is given a second chance?
Jazz Elective Antipathy by Becky Blue Eyes reviews Abigail Callaghan walks with murder in her heels, and sways a new dimension in her hips. Canon compliant, experimental in style, Abigail-centric. T - English - Humor - Chapters: Follow the adventures of the "time traveling" Naruto, Kakashi, Jiraiya, and Tenzo.
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