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12 Best Harry Potter Fanfiction Stories to Read in 2020

If you’re willing to suspend disbelief for a while and completely disregard everything you know as canon, chances are you’ll really enjoy this story. A word of warning, though, most of the characters people love in the Harry Potter series, such as Dumbledore, McGonagall, and Ron are not exactly the best people.

That said, the story is good at two things: 1. Pointing out plot holes in the original books, and 2. Stressing the “consequences of inaction,” as the author puts it. To give you an example of a plot hole I’ve often wondered about, Harry tells a shocked Hermione that there was no logical reason for him having no choice but to participate in the Triwizard Tournament. As for the consequences of inaction, this is a fault most of the teachers have. For instance, even when Dumbledore finds out what Umbridge makes Harry do in detention, he doesn’t intervene, and his lack of action has consequences.

If you can get over the fact that the story might make you hate all of the adults in the Wizarding World, except for Sirius and Molly, the author does a great job of depicting pure chaos and madness. It is the best Harry Potter fanfiction for the anarchist in you.

Things progress very quickly, in the story as well as in the central relationship, that between Harry and Hermione. Even if it starts during their fifth year, it fast forwards to events similar to those in the last book. It culminates in Voldemort’s defeat, not at the hands of Harry but those of someone I’m going to let you discover for yourself. All I can say is that it’s shocking.

Shocking is a word that came to mind a lot when reading this, particularly when it came to a main character’s sudden death. Things can get dark pretty quickly, but at the core, the story shows us how things might have gone if Harry had chosen a different path for himself.

Sours: https://geekforthewin.com/best-harry-potter-fanfiction/

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In our new monthly column, YA of Yore, Frankie Thomas takes a second look at the books that defined a generation.

Joseph Christian Leyendecker, Man Reading Book, 1914

My micro-generation—that is, the subset of millennials who were born in the second term of the Reagan administration and graduated face first into the Great Recession, and of which the most famous member is probably Mark Zuckerberg—has very little to brag about, so you can hardly blame us for our possessive attachment to Harry Potter. Harry Potter is to us what the Beatles were to our baby boomer parents. To say that we “grew up along with Harry” is far too corny to convey the actual experience of being the world’s first children ever to read those books. I remember attending a classmate’s twelfth birthday party in 1998, thrusting into her hands a gift-wrapped copy of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone (at the time the only Harry Potter book available in the United States), and informing her with something like personal pride, “This book has been on the New York Times best-seller list for five weeks!” It would probably still be there today if the Times hadn’t, shortly thereafter, created a separate best-seller list for children’s books on the grounds that J. K. Rowling’s success was unfair to the other novelists. It was a classic everybody-gets-a-trophy policy, a fitting legacy for the foundational text of millennial childhood.

The fifth book in the series, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, was published in the summer of 2003, by which point Harry was fifteen and those of us growing up along with him had discovered sex. The Harry Potter years also happened to coincide with the Wild West era of the internet and the rise of abstinence-only sex education; as a result, for better or for worse, erotic Harry Potter fan fiction played a major and under-discussed role in millennial sexual development. This was especially true if you were queer—or, not to put too fine a point on it, if you were me—and had picked up on the secret gay love story that existed between the lines of Rowling’s text.

I refer, of course, to Sirius and Lupin.

A quick refresher: book 3, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, introduces us to Sirius Black, the titular prisoner, on the lam after twelve years of incarceration for mass murder, and to Professor Remus Lupin, a wry, gentle schoolteacher carrying a terrible secret (he’s a werewolf). At the novel’s climax, the two of them come face to face and, much to Harry’s surprise, fall into each other’s arms. In an awkward info-dump of a monologue (the only structural flaw in what’s widely agreed to be the best book of the series), Lupin reveals that he and Sirius were very close friends in their school days—so close, indeed, that the brilliant young Sirius secretly taught himself to shape-shift into a large dog, just to keep his werewolf friend company during the full moon. It turns out (naturally) that Sirius was framed, and even after their twelve-year separation he and Lupin remain fiercely devoted to each other. By book 5, the two of them are living together in secret. Despite their outlaw status (Sirius is still a fugitive) and poverty (Lupin was fired from teaching after being outed as a werewolf), they begin to take on a quasi-parental role for the orphaned Harry. Then Sirius is killed in battle, Lupin is undone with grief, and so ends Order of the Phoenix and the tragedy of Sirius and Lupin.

I have exaggerated nothing: all this is directly stated in the text. You could be forgiven, though, for having blinked and missed the point in your own reading. Sirius and Lupin are minor characters, and everything we learn about them is filtered through the point of view of Harry, who is, like most kids, too self-involved to notice anything that doesn’t directly affect him. Queer kids, however, were directly affected by the suggestion of a gay love story happening in the background of Harry’s life—and so we noticed it. Oh, did we ever.

The summer of 2003 was the summer of noticing. It was the summer I sat alone for hours in my mother’s parked car, blasting Queen’s “The Show Must Go On” (track 17 on my favorite CD) and luxuriating in body-racking sobs of grief for Sirius Black, sorrow for Remus Lupin, and ecstatic rapture that I’d noticed. We took to the internet, those of us who had noticed, and compared notes. Often these notes took the form of fan fiction, which I read ravenously, hungry not so much for erotica as for the full novelistic experience Rowling had invited us to imagine—a boarding-school romance turned wartime tragedy, Maurice meets Atonement by way of Animorphs. (Seriously, can you imagine?) But for much of that summer we simply studied Rowling’s text, searching, scrutinizing, noticing.

To put it another way: we invented close reading.

I’m not sure whether any of us understood this at the time, since it didn’t feel at all like schoolwork. It was pure pleasure; it was pure joy. One of the definitive works of scholarship to come out of the summer of 2003 was a 7,800-word essay titled “The Case for R/S,” posted on LiveJournal by a British schoolgirl writing under the name elwing_alcyone. “Current mood: jubilant,” the essay begins (opening with one’s “current mood” was LiveJournal house style, the equivalent of the MLA header), and then proceeds to track, cite, and analyze every mention of Sirius and Lupin in the entire series. At one point she counts the lines of text that appear between two phrases: “Lupin’s eyes were fixed on Sirius” and “said Lupin quietly, looking away from Sirius at last.” The number is forty; Lupin stares at Sirius for forty lines’ worth of plot action. “JKR didn’t have to write that in,” she gushes. “I can’t think of any other examples of one character spending so many lines simply looking at another.” Current mood: jubilant, indeed.

It’s easy to forget how fully we trusted Rowling back then, how total her authority appeared when the series was still in progress and its ending known only to her. In those days, we were Talmudic scholars and she was God. “The Case for R/S” still holds up as a stunning achievement in Potterian exegesis, but what’s striking about it now is its unwavering faith in “JKR” and her control over her material.

Lupin, who was staying in the house with Sirius but who left for long periods to do mysterious work for the Order, helped them repair a grandfather clock …
OotP, p110, UK; p118, US

“Lupin, who was staying in the house with Sirius.” Not “Lupin, who was staying in the house to be closer to the Order,” or “Lupin, who was staying in the house because he had nowhere else to go,” or even just “Lupin, who was staying in the house.” He is staying in the house with Sirius.

JKR didn’t spend three years writing this book to shove in things that didn’t matter.

“Why?” elwing_alcyone writes at the conclusion of her essay. “Why has JKR left it so open-ended? She could have sunk this ship in a sentence. She didn’t, and now, the odds are that she won’t.”

Smash cut to the summer of 2005, when book 6 was released.

Hello, darkness, my old friend …

Those of us who were growing up along with Harry were by then college age—old enough, in other words, to put away childish things—so when Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince unexpectedly paired off Lupin with a random woman, we were not only shattered but ashamed to be shattered. It was, after all, just a children’s book. Surely the whole Sirius/Lupin thing had only ever been a game to us; surely we had never believed it. Elwing_alcyone quietly appended an afterword to “The Case for R/S” acknowledging that, clearly, she had misread the entire series. Some of us tried to reassure her that Lupin’s sudden heterosexual romance didn’t contradict the possibility of an earlier romance with Sirius—after all, Lupin could be bisexual!—but no one’s heart was really in it. The straight romance was explicit in the text; the gay one was not and never would be. The author had spoken. The spell was broken.

To this day, I continue to ache over this in an unironic, unfunny way that I can’t quite explain even to myself. I was so sure. We were all so sure. How could Rowling have written those words and failed to notice what we noticed in them? This beautiful, delicate palimpsest that we’d read between the lines and so lovingly restored on our own—how could it be that it had never existed except in our heads? On some level I still don’t believe that we were wrong. If anything, it was Rowling who was wrong.

It doesn’t help that Rowling refuses to let the subject die. In 2007, after the series was officially complete, she announced that Dumbledore, of all characters, was actually gay the whole time; it just never came up in the books. In 2013, as if determined to add insult to injury, she wrote in a blog post that Lupin’s werewolf condition was, as we had always suspected, “a metaphor for … HIV and AIDS,” but also that he “had never fallen in love before” meeting his heterosexual wife in book 6. Come on, JKR, can’t we have anything?

Rowling is, like all her best characters, a gifted and flawed and profoundly silly human being—a fact that has become increasinglyapparent in recent years. As a new generation of fans grapples with their complicated love for her imperfect work, I’ve noticed the phrase “death of the author,” coined in 1967 by the French literary theorist Roland Barthes, invoked with surprising frequency in online discussions of Harry Potter. I doubt many Harry Potter fans are steeped in critical theory. Nonetheless, if you search the phrase “death of the author” on Tumblr (the social-networking site that has replaced LiveJournal in fandom circles), the site auto-suggests “J. K. Rowling” and “Harry Potter” as related search terms before displaying countless blog posts arguing that Rowling’s authorial intentions are irrelevant to her readers’ interpretation of her writing. It’s almost as if her fans have invented post-structuralism, just as we invented close reading—necessity, in both cases, being the mother thereof.

Nowadays, when I meet women my own age, I can guess within minutes whether they noticed Sirius and Lupin in the summer of 2003. There are certain signals we give off, certain coded questions one can ask. Often, upon identifying each other in the wild, we’re reduced to schoolgirlish squeals, lapsing into an ancient but well-remembered shorthand: “The forty-line stare!” “And the joint Christmas present!” “Together? I think so.” Such encounters are especially common with my fellow writers and academics—which is to say, those of us who have gone on to make a living in close reading.

Close reading is queer culture, always has been, so perhaps we would have gotten good at it regardless of Rowling. Still, I like to think that our fate was sealed in the summer of 2003. Of everything the Harry Potter books have given us, this might be the most precious gift of all, one that can never be taken away: the discovery that a text can contain more than the sum of its words, that a whole other story—a whole other world—may exist in the cracks and spaces between sentences, accessible to any reader paying the right kind of attention. It’s a form of magic. Even now, I’m jubilant.

 

Frankie Thomas is the author of “The Showrunner,” which received special mention in the 2013 Pushcart Prize Anthology. Her writing has also appeared in The Toast, The Hairpin, and Vol. 1 Brooklyn. She is currently studying fiction at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. 

Sours: https://www.theparisreview.org/blog/2018/12/10/harry-potter-and-the-secret-gay-love-story/
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The world of Harry Potter fan fiction can be highly overwhelming, especially if you’re a beginner. There are so many acronyms! And portmanteaus! And fan fiction tropes which have become so pervasive, even diehard fans might be fooled into thinking they’re genuine JKR products! (A good example would be Draco Malfoy’s middle name: contrary to almost every fan fiction ever, it’s Lucius. Not Abraxas).

While I’m by no means an expert on the fandom, I love everything about the Harry Potter universe. Here’s a collection of all the stories that have stayed with me over the last decade of my fan fiction explorations. Some are one-shots, i.e. one chapter long; others are multi-chaptered. Some are finished; others are still works in progress. I’ve tried to ensure I have a good selection of types and pairings. What they all have in common is that they’re well-written, something that can be hard to come across in the fan fiction world. The blurbs are generally taken from the authors, but I’ve added extra notes for detail.

Before I begin, however, here’s a quick guide on fan fiction terminology.

Key Vocabulary

AU: Alternate Universe. A story which diverges from canon (see below) in key respects. Example: a world where Tom Riddle died at birth and was never a threat.

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Canon: Concepts which are established parts of the books, or have been directly decreed by Rowling as being part of the Harry Potter world. Example: it is canon that Hermione slaps Draco.

Fanon: Concepts which are so popular, and used in so many fan fictions, that many fans confuse them with canon. Example: Draco’s middle name being Abraxas instead of Lucius.

EWE: This stands for ‘Epilogue, What Epilogue?’, and refers to any fan fiction in which the ‘Nineteen Years Later’ chapter has been ignored. Example: A story where Ron marries Lavender instead of Hermione. Sometimes this has happened accidentally, because the fan fiction was published before Deathly Hallows.

PWP: Alternatively meaning ‘Plot, What Plot?’, or the slightly seedier ‘Porn Without Plot.’ Exactly what it says on the tin. If that’s what you’re looking for, you may wish to skip immediately to this list of Harry Potter erotica recommendations.

OOC: Out of character, i.e. the characters do not behave as we have to come to expect that they would. Example: Hermione acting unusually stupid.

50 Must-Read Harry Potter Fanfictions | From BookRiot.com

Editor’s Note, 6/22/2020: Following are the works of independent creators. Book Riot no longer promotes J.K. Rowling in light of statements she has made against the trans community.

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Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality by Less Wrong (#1)

Petunia married a biochemist, and Harry grew up reading science and science fiction. Then came the Hogwarts letter, and a world of intriguing new possibilities to exploit. And new friends, like Hermione Granger, and Professor McGonagall, and Professor Quirrell… [This is by far the most famous fan fiction out there. Also possibly the only one with its own website. Rated T.]

Odd Ideas by Rorschach’s Blot (#2)

Odd little one shots that may or may not be turned into their own stories. [Ignore the unprepossessing summary. What we have here is a one-shot collection that will absolutely KILL you with laughter. Rated M. Warning: typos.]

The Pureblood Pretense by murkybluematter (#3)

Harriett Potter dreams of going to Hogwarts, but in an AU where the school only accepts purebloods, the only way to reach her goal is to switch places with her pureblood cousin—the only problem? Her cousin is a boy. [Although there are some egregious Americanisms – no, British people do not have ‘underclassmen’ and ‘upperclassmen’ – the fic is hardly unique in having them, and it’s a very well-thought-out story. Rated T.]

Pairing: Drarry (Draco Malfoy x Harry Potter)

The Incredible Race by Cheryl Dyson (#4)

Harry Potter and Draco Malfoy, Aurors, are forced to join a televised global race in order to provide some free positive publicity for the Ministry, despite the fact that Aurors Potter and Malfoy don’t exactly get along. [A very funny Drarry fic from one of the ship’s most popular captains (aka authors). Rated M.]

Hello Goodbye (‘Twas Nice To Know You) BY tmerofdarkstars (#5)

Draco Malfoy thinks he might know whose thoughts are scrawling themselves on his skin, but that’s crazy. Impossible, even. It has to be a mistake. [A fluffy one-shot in an AU where your soulmate’s thoughts tattoo themselves on your skin. Rated T.] 

Deconversion by lomonaaeren (#6)

They were right, those old wizards who thought Parseltongue was a Dark gift. As Harry begins his slide down, fighting desperately all the way, Draco is more than happy to take advantage of the Hero’s fall from the Light. [A dark fic, with dark Draco and dark Harry. Rated M.]

Eclipse BY Mijan (#7)

Draco swore revenge on Harry for Lucius’s imprisonment, and for once, he keeps his promise. The old rivalry turns deadly when Draco abducts Harry for Voldemort. But when Draco’s world turns upside down, the fight to save himself and Harry begins. [Twisty and angsty. Rated T.]

Draco’s Boy BY Empathetic Siren (#8)

A mysterious little boy named Harry moves in next door to Draco Malfoy, and he’s determined to make him his friend and learn all of his secrets. Years later, he’s determined to make Harry more than a friend. [A non-magical AU. Rated M.]

Okay, so this isn’t the film actor for James Potter. This is Aaron Taylor-Johnson from Nowhere Boy. But come on, isn’t he the perfect James? Millions of fanvid-makers on YouTube think so, and one can’t blame them.

Pairing: Jily (James Potter x Lily Evans)

Crossroads by Emmyjean (#9)

In her seventh and final year at Hogwarts, Lily Evans finds herself facing a tragedy that leaves her life in pieces. She ultimately finds great strength both within herself and those she never would have expected. [I came across this because it was recommended in a Time article nearly ten years ago – it’s a total classic. Rated T.]

Commentarius by B.C. Daily (#10)

Lily has always considered herself ordinary. But as she enters her 7th year, things start changing and Lily starts going a bit mad. Suddenly, she’s Head Girl, her mates are acting strangely, and there’s a new James Potter she can’t seem to get rid of. [At over 700,000 words, this is certainly a behemoth – but utterly hilarious and so worth it! Rated T. Modelled on Bridget Jones’s Diary. Not complete, but author is active on Tumblr and has been promising to update for the last six years…]

Symphony of the Fallenby ravensoulsister (#11)

The Head Girl makes a mistake. Now the Head Boy is in the Hospital Wing with no recollection of who he is or who she is – but he certainly doesn’t care enough to keep his perverse thoughts to himself. [A cute, funny, and romantic one-shot. Rated M.]

The Life and Times by jewels5 (#12)

She was dramatic. He was dynamic. She was precise. He was impulsive. He was James, and she was Lily, and one day they shared a kiss, but before that they shared many arguments, for he was cocky, and she was sweet, and matters of the heart require time. [Over 600,000 words… sorry! Also still in progress, and last updated in 2013, but beautifully written. Rated M.]

Just Stay Here Tonight by monroeslittle (#13)

Lily Evans isn’t a witch. [AU. Long, angsty one-shot. Rated M.]

Boyfriend by molly Raesly (#14)

Potter was going to say that he wasn’t my boyfriend. I couldn’t let him do that. For the love of Merlin, I could not let him do that. I had to stop him. He couldn’t tell her the truth. So I did the only conceivable thing I could think of. I kissed him. [The funny first installment in a series of Jily-centric fics. Rated T.]

Pairing: Dramione (Draco Malfoy x Hermione Granger)

Anniversary Arrangements by scarlettcat (#15)

Draco and Hermione have a yearly arrangement. Ron finds out about it in a shocking way. [A side-splittingly funny one-shot. Brilliantly lampoons all the clichéd Dramione tropes. The author has plenty more Dramione stories which are also must-reads! Rated M.]

Bite Marks by Provocative Envy (#16)

“So—you’re upset,” he says with a nonchalant nod and discreet adjustment of his slightly too-tight khaki corduroys. She blinks at him, her expression alternating between indignation and incredulity and flat-out fury. He had been right about her being pretty beneath the intimidation tactics. [Non-magical AU set at university. Rated M. Two-shot.]

The Green Girl by Colubrina (#17)

Hermione is sorted into Slytherin; how will things play out differently when the brains of the Golden Trio has different friends? [Rated T. Dramatic, a bit dark. AU.]

Midnight by Spankinghalo (#18)

It has been three years since Voldemort won. Hermione is one of the few wizards left free, concealed in the ruins of Hogwarts. And only midnight reveals its secrets. But she has been discovered by the last person she wants to see… [AU. A dark, well-written, complex tale. Updated fairly regularly by fan fiction standards. Rated M.]

Crimson with a Silver Lining by Lady Cailan (#19)

It is six years since the fall of the Ministry to Voldemort. Those other than purebloods are deemed less than human. When Ginny’s daughter ends up in grave danger, Hermione sells herself to the Death Eaters to save her life. (Dark AU. Angsty. But at least it’s finished! Rated M.]

Problem by katatonic25 (#20)

“I’ll kick your arse regardless, Malfoy,” I murmured. He chuckled again and I arched into him. “Then get on the bed,” he said and watched my hips sway as I walked to his large bed. “This is going to be a long night, Granger.” [Smutty, but not PWP. Obviously rated M. Well written!]

Pairing: Hinny (Harry Potter x Ginny Weasley)

A Better Man by Valandar (#21)

Vernon changed in the beginning to be a better man, thanks to a wish. How will this affect Harry, and the entire Wizarding World? [Slow-burn and well-written. Rated T.]

Diary of a Redhead by Snowy Winter Tales (#22)

Fifteen-year-old Ginny Weasley’s diary, filled with embarrassing situations, sarcasm, and a lot of Harry Potters. She’s not in love with him or anything. Honestly. [An early fic, short and humorous. Rated T.]

Living with Danger by whydoyouneedtoknow (#23)

Lone wolf. Dream-seer. Bright child. Scarred child. Singer. Prisoner. Dancer child. Dragon child. Eight semi-ordinary people. One extraordinary family, and how they became one. [AU. Eventual Hinny. Rated T.]

Pairing: Tomione (Tom Riddle x Hermione Granger)

School Days by meowmers (#24)

They meet on the playground. Ron told her that if she doesn’t fight for herself no one will ever leave her alone so she’s just trying to follow his advice. “Are you crying?” He asks. She musters all the fury in her 7-year-old body and channels it into her voice when she speaks through the tears. “So what? I’ll still kick your arse.” [Non-magical AU. Rated M. The author has a lot of other, very well-written Tomione stories – do check them out!]

Exitus Acta Probat by jellybellys (#25)

After a series of catastrophic events, Hermione decides to go to the past to stop Tom Riddle. [Author description: Story includes time-travel, Slytherins that aren’t evil, romance, betrayal, death, angst, and some comedy thrown in. Rated M. Still in progress. This story is extremely underappreciated, and honestly, please just go and read it!]

Blood and Gold by obsidianpen (#26)

The true time-turner was slammed savagely into Hermione’s throat. It shattered against her neck, bits of glass and gold piercing into her skin. The last thing she saw before blackness consumed her was a plume of metallic dust and vitreous fragments, tiny prisms dancing behind her eyelids.
(In which Hermione accidentally ends up in 1950, pitted against an ascending Dark Lord in his prime, caught in the entanglement of pureblood politics, dark magic, and Tom Riddle’s interest). [An extraordinarily well-written fic. Still in progress. Rated M.]

Nightingale by everambling (#27)

Brilliant student and prospective MI5 recruit Hermione Granger is inadvertently thrown back in time by a top-secret government experiment- Right into the lap of aspiring bio-engineer Tom Riddle, who she knows in her time as the man whose dangerous ambition will herald a nation’s ruin… [Non-magical AU with a wonderfully original premise. Deserves a lot more recognition. Rated M.]

Please, Save Me by winterblume (#28)

‘Are you not scared of him? Tom Riddle has got a rather peculiar reputation. But I’m sure it’s all stupid talk. He’s Head Boy after all.’ – ‘What kind of a reputation’ – ‘Er… he’s… well, he seems kinda dark.’ [Dark, lush, and beautiful story. AU. Exactly what I think of when I picture Tomione. Rated M.]

Avada Kedavra Anonymous by speechwriter (#29)

No one missed Riddle’s pale fist tightening around the useless wand in his lap. “I am Tom,” he ground out. “I am here for the sole reason that the alternative was community service.” / Hermione moderates a post-Avada Kedavra support group. Chaos ensues. [Funny one-shot bordering on crack-fic. Certainly unique.]

Pairing: Drinny (Draco Malfoy x Ginny Weasley)

Allegiance by mugglehugger (#30)

When 11-year-old Ginny Weasley is sorted into Slytherin, she is thrust into a world where the line between good and evil is blurred and where the boy she was supposed to hate becomes the man she was never supposed to love. [A complex and well-written AU fic. Still in progress. Angsty and dramatic. Rated M.]

After All These Years by Sarea_Okelani (#31)

Every couple has secrets. [A funny one-shot with the perfect twist. Rated M.]

Smoking in the Head Boy’s Room by sugarbear_1269 (#32)

When Ginny decides Draco is the only boy in the castle who can teach her how to effectively woo her crush, she learns more than just technique. [Angsty and very smutty, with a dash of humour thrown in. The author has other great Drinny fanfictions too. Rated M.]

Pairing: Harmony (Harry Potter x Hermione Granger)

A Marauder’s Plan by catsarecool (#33)

Sirius decides to stay in England after escaping Hogwarts and makes protecting Harry his priority. [An extremely long and extremely popular fic, based on the peerage system of the wizarding world. Rated T.]

Harry Crow by Robst (#34)

What will happen when a goblin-raised Harry arrives at Hogwarts? A Harry who has received training, already knows the prophecy and has no scar. With the backing of the goblin nation and Hogwarts herself. [A classic AU. Rated T.]

Blindnessby Angelastarcat (#35)

Harry Potter is not standing up in his crib when the Killing Curse strikes him, and the cursed scar has far more terrible consequences. But some souls will not be broken by horrible circumstance. Some people won’t let the world drag them down. Strong men rise from such beginnings, and powerful gifts can be gained in terrible curses. [Slightly more unusual premise – Harry is blind. Rated M.]

Miscellaneous Pairings

Prime Cut by Provocative Envy (#36)

“Well, aren’t you precious,” he remarks, tongue darting out to flick at his bottom lip. “Do I need to put a towel down on the front seat before you’ll get in the car?” She lifts her chin. “That depends. Do I need to Febreze you before we share an enclosed space?” [Non-magical AU. One-shot. Hermione x Scabior.] 

Detained by SE1GE (#37)

Marcus is becoming obsessed with Katie. The last thing he ever plans to do is let her know. Katie is becoming obsessed with Marcus. Her life would be far easier if she weren’t. [Marcus Flint x Katie Bell. Rated M. In the interests of full disclosure, this fic hasn’t been updated since 2009… but it’s so flawless I’m still glad I read it! The dialogue is whip-sharp and the characterisation is perfect.]

Amortentia by olivieblake (#38)

Will they or won’t they? Oh, they will. [Author description: Fluff for when you need it. Romantic short stories, multiple pairings, mostly Dramionebut some by request. Rated M.]

Mudbloods of the Death Eaters by jellybellys (#39)

Theodore Nott has always been the overlooked Slytherin until he is forced into joining the Death Eaters by his elderly father. Now, with the new rewards Voldemort has given his followers, captured Mudbloods, he is in over his head with Hermione Granger. [Hermione x Theodore. Angsty, but also kind of funny. Absolutely fabulous. Rated M.]

Distractions by sableunstable (#40)

Sometimes a distraction is exactly what you need. [A hot, well-written one-shot featuring Hermione Granger x Teddy Lupin. Rated M.]

Prejudice and Pride by bballgirl32 (#41)

Arrogance and bigotry can be well-founded, but perhaps that is when it is most important to fight through prejudices. Sometimes choices have to be made, even if they go against everything that you stand for. [Ginny Weasley x Tom Riddle – or, as I prefer, Gin n’ Tonic. Rated T. A curious fic, but by far the best one with this pairing.]

Memories to Keep You Near by darkrivertempest (#42)

Hermione has a loving husband. Too bad she can’t remember anything about him. [A romantic, well-written Lucius Malfoy x Hermione Granger. Rated M.]

Take the Tumble by kittenshift17 (#43)

There was never a hatred so profound as that of Rose Weasley and Scorpius Malfoy, but when a challenge is issued the pair embark on a roller-coaster ride of emotions and confusing, passionate meetings. Enemies with Benefits never tasted this good, and Rose is going to learn there is a whole lot more to Scorpius than a lifelong rivalry and a wicked smirk. [Funny, angsty, smutty Rose x Scorpius. Rated M.]

Courting Chaos (One Day at a Time) by Ellory (#44)

Pureblood vignettes of various pairings. [Okay, so the thing is, the author has created a huge and complex world of pureblood etiquette and culture. This is a collection of one-shots with different characters, based in that world. Very different from the usual fare – do try it out! Rated M.]

Seas Between Us Have Roared by tamlane (#45)

“We both know you were hoping and praying Potter would get called in tonight so you could come to me and get what you really need. What he won’t give you. So can we drop the charade?” [Dark, kinky one-shot. Blaise Zabini x Ginny Weasley. Rated M. The author has over 40 other erotic one-shots!]

Rosie’s Mum Has Got It Going On by Inell (#46)

Today is the day Scorpius plans to seduce Rosie’s mum. [Exactly what it says on the tin – Scorpius Malfoy x Hermione Granger. Funny, very sexy one-shot. Rated M. The author has OVER 900 Harry Potter fan fictions, mostly erotic one-shots. Go go go!]

Addict by Redcandle17 (#47)

Padma Patil is intelligent, respected, and successful. And she’s addicted to being fucked by some stupid ex-Death Eater wannabe just released from prison. [The rarest of all rare-pairs: Padma Patil x Gregory Goyle. A short one-shot, with an abrupt ending, but an interesting premise. Rated M.]

Twelve Dark Moons by SophiaX (#48)

As a captive of Lord Voldemort, Luna Lovegood never thought she would live beyond the first 24 hours. Saved at first by her quick wit, Luna learns the depth of human evil…and becomes the Dark Lord’s greatest weakness. [Incredibly, a Voldemort x Luna Lovegood fic. Rated M.]

Roundabout Destiny by maryroyale (#49)

Hermione’s destiny is altered by the Powers that Be. She is cast back to the Marauder’s Era where she is Hermione Potter, the pureblood fraternal twin sister of James Potter. She retains Hermione Granger’s memories, and is determined to change her brother’s fate for the better. [Time-travel AU. Rated M.]

Kairos by cocoartist (#50)

He’d watched the swotty Gryffindor for years, jealously nursing his lust. [A smutty two-shot with an interesting pairing: Hermione Granger x Adrian Pucey.]

Be Mine by RZZMG (bonus #51)

Pansy Parkinson has always loved Draco Malfoy, but Blaise Zabini has always loved her. The story of a woman coming into her own & finding out that real love sometimes stares you in the face. [A lovely one-shot by a highly prolific author in the fandom! Do give it a try. Rated M.]

It Doesn’t Stop There…

There are currently over 608,000 Harry Potter fan fictions on Fanfiction.net. Of course, they won’t all be good, but there’ll be something to suit everyone! That’s not even considering the vast number of fics on AO3, or assorted Livejournals. If you’re a newbie, try out these stories too!

 

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Genre Splicing: “Harry Potter” as a Romance Story

Romance is a large genre filled with many tropes and elements. Usually, when we think of romance as a genre, we think of rom-coms or dramas, where romance drives plot lines and ends up at the forefront of the story. But what does Harry Potter, a series firmly rooted in fantasy, look like when we view it through the lens of the romance genre? Let’s explore some of these romance elements, and more importantly, how the series develops them.

 

1. The “Happily Ever After” Ending

This is a romance trope that we’ve all seen time and time again, from Disney movies to feel-good rom-coms. The boy gets the girl, and everyone’s problems are concluded in a satisfying way. Harry Potter does have its “Happily Ever After” moment, as we see our protagonists with their families 19 years later. And to some, this may seem like pandering to the trope; after all the tragedy and horror in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, we get a nicely rounded conclusion. But this chapter marks more than a fairy tale ending; it provides a conclusion to the things that Harry himself has been struggling with throughout the series – a sense of family. Harry may have ended up with Ginny and Hermione with Ron, but this scene gives us a picture of familial love, with Harry enjoying a mixture of the family he has found in his friends and the one he has in his children and wife. And for a series about an orphan, this is a powerful ending, one that is meaningful to Harry’s character and not just a fairy tale trope.

 

 

 

2. The Realization

Harry Potter has its share of big, dramatic, and romantic moments. One of the most common tropes is the “realization” – when two friends finally realize their feelings for each other, and we watch the drama unfold as they decide if and how to act on it. In Ron and Hermione, we see a classic example of the way that a relationship can develop from being “just friends” to sliding into that realm of “it’s complicated.” When Ron is lying in the hospital wing after a near-death experience, we see this moment as both Hermione and Ron (albeit unconsciously) realize that their feelings for each other have slipped past that boundary of friendship. This moment comes after many small instances of dramatic build-up, through fights and moments of friendship that slowly knitted the two together. This build-up may have been one of the slowest of the relationships we see in this series. But to be fair to Ron and Hermione, the series is written from Harry’s point of view, and he can be rather oblivious to what’s happening around him.

 

Ron gazing at Hermione

 

 

3. The Boy Gets the Girl?

Ginny and Harry’s relationship is more of a story of the “girl getting the boy” rather than “the boy getting the girl.” What starts as a crush on Ginny’s part matures as Ginny and Harry grow up as friends, both developing their own characters outside of each other. In Harry Potter and the Half-BloodPrince, we see their relationship develop out of mutual respect and attraction, and after both have had experience in other relationships. Throughout their relationship, there is a bit of a “will they, won’t they” theme going on as the hardships brought by war and strife keep them apart. In that way, perhaps they’re the Ross and Rachael of Harry Potter (but 100% less toxic). This is a story of two people finding each other after they’ve both grown up and are confident in themselves. 

 

Ginny and Harry alone

 

 

4. The Love Triangle

Love triangles are often the big dramatic elements of romance stories. And Harry Potter does have its fair share of love triangles, one of the main ones being between Ron, Hermione, and Krum. It’s telling, however, that these love triangles begin to emerge in the early teen years of our protagonists, but the relationship between Ron and Hermione doesn’t really develop and work until after these love triangles break up and they’ve matured more.

 

 

 

5. A Tragic Love Story

From the very beginning, Harry Potter is set in the aftermath of a tragic love story – that of Lily and James Potter. This idea of “doomed love” and the tragedy of their loss paints our understanding of Harry’s parents throughout the series, even as we develop our understanding of them as people rather than an ideal couple. In other couples like Remus and Tonks, we again see this pattern, but rather in reverse – two people with quirks and flaws who fall in love only to lose their lives to tragic circumstances. It goes to show that while a tragic love story may color our perceptions of these couples, it’s more important to remember them as people rather than “star-crossed lovers” or the “Romeo and Juliet” of the series.

 

 

 

In many ways, love is one of the central ideas of Harry Potter. And while the inclusion of some romance genre tropes is pretty much inevitable, it’s refreshing to see the series modernize them in order to get at the true meaning of romance and love. 

 

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We all want more of Harry Potter beyond the seven novel series dreamed up by J.K. Rowling and the timeless eight film blockbuster franchise. So where exactly do you go when searching for more of the fantastic universe introduced to us by The Boy Who Lived? If re-imaginings of the acclaimed series that answer all the "What ifs..." sound like heaven, you'll probably find yourself lost in the digital labyrinth that is Harry Potter fan fiction.

From Fanfiction.net to Archive Of Our Own (AO3), Wattpad, Live Journal, and HarryPotterFanficition.com, there are literally thousands of stories written by Potterheads across the globe catered to anyone's taste. And as a longtime fanfic reader, I'm here to tell you, fans of The Boy Who Lived are an incredibly imaginative bunch. From multi-chapter stories that dream up epic romances about popular "ships" (shorthand for relationships) like Draco and Hermione, to time traveling adventures and mature erotica rated "M" that will make you clutch your pearls, there is a story for everyone. Some can be a bit rough around the edges, but a fair warning: once you read one, it's hard to stop.

So while it's nearly impossible to give kudos to every amazing story out there inspired by Rowling's words, I hope this list of some of the best Harry Potter fan fiction will lead you on a path to finding what's right for you. We've organized our 52 selections by some of the fandom's most popular ships and story prompts, which you'll discover often overlap with one another. We also included a rundown of need-to-know lingo amongst fanfic die hards. Happy reading!

A Basic Fan Fiction Glossary

  • Abandoned - A story left incomplete by its writer for an extended period of time.
  • Alternate Universe (AU) - The writer rejects Rowling's original material and re-invents key plot points.
  • Canon - Material that stays true to Rowling's original narrative.
  • Crossover - A story introduces themes and characters from a separate fandom. (Ex: Harry Potter meets the Avengers.)
  • Erotica - A.k.a smut, a.k.a NSFW. While some would argue the majority of fanfics are erotica, these are stories where sex dominates the plot.
  • Gender Bent - Characters appear as the opposite gender from Rowling's canon.
  • Marauders - Stories following James Potter, Lily Potter, Sirius Black, Remus Lupin, and Peter Pettigrew and their years at Hogwarts.
  • Modern AU - The alternate universe plot takes place in present day.
  • Multi-Year - The story spans multiple years.
  • Next Generation - Stories that follow the lives of the Harry Potter characters' children, like Harry's sons Albus and James Potter, or Draco's son Scorpius Malfoy.
  • One shot - A one chapter fic that can be long or short and sticks to one plot and storyline.
  • Post-Hogwarts - Narratives following Harry, Ron, and Hermione that take place after the Battle of Hogwarts.
  • Ships/Pairings - Popular fandom relationships.
  • Tags - A vital part of reading fanfics—particularly on AO3—tags highlight major themes and features of a story. Pay attention to tags rated M and E that warn of any sexually explicit content or trigger warnings (TW). Pro-tip #1: Tags can be used to filter out thousands of fics to find your preferred stories. Pro-tip #2:They are almost as entertaining as the story itself. Ex: Hot for Teacher's include "Draco's a DILF," "Awkwardness," and "Ginny and Harry are pervy and hilarious."
  • Unfinished/Work in Progress (WIP) - A fanfic that's regularly updated, but incomplete.

Crossovers

  1. Harry Potter and the Natural 20by Sir Poley - This story blends the worlds of Harry Potter and Dungeons and Dragons for a 74 chapter epic adventure. Rating: T(een)
  2. Holly Potter and the Midlife Crisisby Enigmaris - An unfinished, AU, gender bent fic that has 61 chapters and counting, Holly Potter and the Midlife Crisis follows the "Girl Who Lived" as she's thrust into Marvel's Avengers Universe. Rating: T
  3. The Havoc Side of the Forceby Tsu Doh Nimh - Harry Potter and Star Wars' Anakin Skywalker meet in one of the fandom's most popular crossover fics, with over 15,000 favorites on Fanfiction.net. Rating: T

Draco and Hermione (Dramione)

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  1. Isolationby Bex-chan - This romantic AU has been reviewed over 16,000 times and takes place in the moments after Half-Blood Prince. While Harry and Ron search for Horcruxes, Hermione stays behind at Hogwarts. Draco is secretly living at the school for his protection, forced to stay in Hermione's dormitory. Rating: (M)ature
  2. Rebuildingby Colubrina - With over 38,000 reviews, Rebuilding follows Draco and Hermione as they fall in love after returning to rebuild Hogwarts after the war. Rating: M
  3. Manacledby SenLinYu - In a world where Harry was killed in the war, Voldemort orders the wizarding community to repopulate, resulting in Hermione's forced surrogacy as she holds an important Order of the Phoenix secret. Rating: (E)xplicit
  4. Hot for Teacherby MotherofBulls- As a single parent, Draco notices that his son Scorpius has a crush on his Hogwarts teacher, who's none other than Hermione Granger. Rating: M

Post-Hogwarts

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  1. The Aurorsby FloreatCastellum - Harry settles into adult life with Ginny as an established Auror. But now he's been partnered with an bothersome idolizing trainee. Rating: T
  2. A Black Comedyby nonjon - With over 6,300 reviews on Fanfiction.net, A Black Comedy is an AU that finds Harry and Sirius on an adventure of "drunken debauchery" two years after the defeat of Voldemort. Rating: M
  3. Ghost of Youby blacktag189 - Picking up moments after the end of the Second Wizarding War, Ghost of You follows Harry and Ginny's romance as they adapt to a world without Voldemort. Rating: M
  4. The First Dayby little0bird - This canon-compliant story written by popular fanfic writer "littl0bird" is another that takes place directly after The Deathly Hallows, following Harry and Ginny's romance as they grieve in the days following the Battle at Hogwarts. Rating: T

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Alternative Universe (AU)

  1. Swung by Serafimby flamethrower - The 45 chapter epic re-imagines Harry and Ron's third year in Hogwarts...if Gilderoy Lockhart had successfully Obliviated them in The Chamber of Secrets. Rating: M
  2. Prince of the Dark Kingdomby Mizuni-sama - A renowned AU multi-year, Prince of the Dark Kingdom is an abandoned 126 chapter story. It tackles a world in which Voldemort rules and he and Harry become...friends?Rating: M
  3. Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationalityby Less Wrong - In this 122 chapter story, Harry is a science-fiction obsessed boy wizard raised by his Aunt Petunia—who's married to a biochemist. Rating: T
  4. A Dealer Not a Death Eaterby Jaxon - In the years leading up to the first Wizarding War, Lilly Evans is in-love with Severus Snape instead of James Potter. Rating: E
  5. Text Talkby merlywhirls - In this modern AU, while in boarding school Sirius Black accidentally texts Remus Lupin—who's stuck in the hospital. But what starts out as an innocent mistake turns into something more. Rating: Not Rated
  6. Delenda Estby Lord Silvere- An adult Harry Potter travels back in time and meets a young, mysterious Bellatrix Lestrange, who he soon partners up with to change the course of history. Rating: T
  7. Harry Potter and the Prince of Slytherinby The Sinister Man - At over one million words and 132 chapters, the story follows a Harry Potter who was sorted into Slytherin. He also has a brother named Jim who's believed to be the Boy Who Lived. Rating: T
  8. The Best Revengeby Arsinoe de Blassenville - This fic answers one question: What if Snape had rescued Harry from the guardianship of the Dursleys? Rating: T

Harry and Hermione (Harmony)

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  1. A Marauder's Planby CatsAreCool- An AU with over 2,000 favorites that has Sirius remain England in order to watch over Harry. Rating: T
  2. The Reclamation of Black Magic by ShayaLonnie - This AU spans Harry's seven years at Hogwarts in a world where the Black family reclaims their magical dominance to change the wizarding world forever. Rating: E
  3. Harry Potter and the Future's Pastby DriftWood1965 - The day after the Battle of Hogwarts, the Goddess of Love provides Harry and Hermione the chance to go back in time. Rating: T
  4. Escape by SingularOddities - A Marriage Law goes into place during Hermione's sixth year, causing her to make an unexpected choice. Rating: T

The Marauders

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  1. The Life and Timesby Jewels5 - Though abandoned and not updated since 2015, this nearly-complete dramatic adventure depicts James and Lilly Potter's beautiful love story in the years leading up to their deaths. Rating: M
  2. The Rise and Fall of the Stag and Doeby SiriusUntiltheVeryEnd - Another favorite take on James and Lily's romance during their years in Hogwarts, leading up to their last days. (Warning: it's 95 chapters). Rating: M
  3. All the Young Dudesby MsKingBean89 - Focusing on a much-loved fandom ship, Remus and Sirius, this very long 188-chapter multi-year slow burn charts the Marauders' lives during and after Hogwarts.Rating: M
  4. The Electric Fizzing Prick Pistols, or Whatever by whitmans_kiss - This charming one shot follows the Marauders through their Hogwarts years: James paired with Lily and Sirius with Remus. Rating: M
  5. We Were Infiniteby WolfstarPups90 - Another fic that follows the Marauders through Hogwarts and beyond, focusing on Remus and Sirius, and Lily and James—only this one is 106 chapters and counting, last updated in 2019. Rating: M

Erotica

  1. Eros and Psycheby RZZMG - The most epic, smuttiest Harry Potter fan fiction—with 67 chapters, unfinished—Eros and Psyche is an AU that sees our favorite Hogwarts students play an explicit magical card game that brings forth their most personal desires. Pairings include Hermione and Draco, Blaise Zabini and Ginny, and Ron and Pansy Parkinson. (Pro-tip: all of RZZMG's work is extra hot.) Rating: M
  2. Problembykatatonic25 - Hermione and Draco are grown and sexy ministry officials who find sizzling comfort in one another. Rating: M
  3. A Big Happy Weasley Familyby WerewolfWarriro - Harry, um, services just about every member of the Weasley family. And yes, this includes a threesome with Ron and Hermione. Rating: E
  4. Harry Potter and the Sword of Gryffindorby cloneserpents - In this beloved erotic comedy with over 1,000 reviews, Harry leads his friends on a Horcrux hunt after reading a magical book that gives him special powers. Rating: M
  5. The Dragon's Brideby Rizzle - Draco and Hermione wake up naked, hungover, and tattoo'd.And did we mention married? Rating: M

Draco and Harry (Drarry)

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  1. Azothby zeitgeistic - This wildly popular fic is a must for Drarry stans everywhere. It follows Harry and Hermione as they return to Hogwarts to complete their seventh and final year after defeating Voldemort in the Second World War. But of course the Boy Who Lived can't help but fall in-love with Draco Malfoy, which means plenty of steamy scenes between the two. Rating: E
  2. The Incredible Raceby Cheryl Dyson - Now Aurors, Harry and Draco and are obligated to participate in a nationally televised race so the Ministry of Magic gains free publicity. The only problem? They hate each other. Rating: M
  3. Then Comes a Mist and A Weeping Rainby Faith Wood - A one shot with over 21,000 words, it's a sweet rom-com that features a moody Draco whose emotions manifest into a floating cloud over his head. (Literally and figuratively). Rating: E
  4. Tea and No Sympathyby who_la_hoop - In a Draco Malfoy meets Groundhog Day fic, the Slytherin relives the same 24-hour period over and over again, but he soon finds himself falling for a certain Boy Who Lived. Rating: E
  5. Not Your Usual Veela Mateby Janara - An AU fic that begins at the beginning of their sixth year, Draco is a Veela (a seductive, semi-human magical being) whose mate is revealed to be none other than Harry Potter. Rating: M
  6. Must Love Quidditchby dracosoftie - Harry believes he's found his soulmate on an online dating site. That is until the identity of his digital beau is revealed. Rating: M
  7. Temptation on the Warfrontby alizarincrims0n - In this 31 chapter AU, Draco Malfoy joins the Golden Trio on their hunt to find the horcruxes to destroy Voldemort. Rating: M
  8. The Standard You Walk Pastby bafflinghaze - Upon returning to Hogwarts to complete their seventh year following the Second Wizarding War, Headmistress McGonagall assigns Draco and Harry as roommates to promote house unity. Rating: M

Next Generation

  1. Take the Tumbleby Kittenshift17 - Rose Weasley and Scorpius Malfoy hate each other, but they succumb to an irresistible challenge, proving their passionate rivalry is more than it seems. Rating: M
  2. Must Have Done Something Rightby MissPronounced- In this romance, Albus Potter and Scorpius Malfoy finally come face-to-face in their sixth year at Hogwarts. Rating: M
  3. Harry Potter and the Conspiracy of Bloodby CambAngst - Years after the Battle at Hogwarts, in this murder mystery Harry and four generations of his family battle to survive against a mysterious enemy. Rating: M
  4. Try and Tri Againby Joeygirl1994 - Victoire, the daughter of Bill and Fleur Weasley, is finally dating Teddy Lupin (Tonks and Remus' son), but her happiness is threatened after she's chosen to participate in the Tri Wizard Tournament. Rating: T
  5. Our Little Secretby little0bird - The "past and present collide" in this fic featuring the next generation of Potter/Weasley kids in Hogwarts, including Rose Weasley, James and Albus Potter, and Scorpius Malfoy.Rating: T
  6. Quietlybystarlightpeddler - As Albus and Scorpius' friendship slowly begins to grow into something more, they struggle to keep their new relationship quiet from the rest of Hogwarts. Rating: T

Hermione and Severus

  1. Pet Projectby Caeria - Hermione overhears a private conversation in regards to Professor Snape that leads to an unlikely romance in this fic that has over 13,000 favorites on Fanfiction.net. Rating: M
  2. The Contractby stellastark - Hermione is forced by law to marry Lucius Malfoy, leading to her to seek out Professor Snape for help. Rating: M
  3. ForbiddenbySavageland - Ten years after the Battle of Hogwarts, Hermione is pulled into an investigation of two missing Hogwarts students that seems to lead back to the dead Severus Snape. Rating: M
  4. Inkstainsby Zigadenus - This unfinished, 52-chapter fic finds Hermione dealing with emotional fallout from the war and her messy divorce from Ron. Rating: E

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