Magical genetics are very complicated. Far more complicated than the typical witch or wizard knows. It was never as simple as Pureblood, Halfblood, Muggleborn. When one little girl-far too bright for her age-learns this, who she shares it with will lead the world into a revolution. But with age old prejudices ingrained into a society barely a decade after war, will this revolution be a good one? Can it?
One little change on an otherwise ordinary day in Diagon Alley will lead to a chain of events that drastically alters the future of The Boy Who Lived. After all, there are millions of different ways a conversation in a robes shop can go.
- Part 1 of Trinkets Verse
Fandoms: Harry Potter - J. K. Rowling
20 Oct 2019
The summer of 1992 has somehow been the most peaceful, yet most hectic summer in Harry's life. He's never before been able to relax and feel comfortable at home the way he has at Grimmauld Place. He's finally been able to spend a substantial amount of time with his godfather and has even managed to get him to open up a little. He's spent so much time hanging out with Draco and Hermione, learning new things, having fun, and planning their attack for next term at Hogwarts.
But outside of his small circle, every new headline speaks of drama and major shifts in the world around him. So much is happening and its all centered around the Boy Who Lived.
Meanwhile, said boy is zipping around on his broomstick and sipping lemonade with Lucius Malfoy.
- Part 2 of Trinkets Verse