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21 August 2006 @ 09:29 pm
HP Fic: Interview with the Hero  
Title: Interview with the Hero
Pairing: Harry/Draco
Rating: R
Word Count: 71,000
Warning: OCs
Disclaimer: JKR is the queen of everything.
Betas: sepiroth01 and terkey, who went above and beyond the call of duty to help me make this fic as good as it could be.
Summary: At the age of twenty-five, Draco is confronted with the past he'd rather not remember and the questions that still need answering. Still, a little Slytherin guile goes a long way. The only problem is that he might discover more than he bargained on about the people he thought he knew.
Author's Note: A very special thank you to jehnt, who consented to making this awesome banner so that I could feel special. (And also because I begged.) Regarding the title: it is a piss-take of -- not a homage to -- Anne Rice's film book.
Dedication: Which is where I get schmoopy. I'd like to dedicate this to a lot of people, but I fear they would then feel obligated to read it. A blanket dedication to everyone who likes/puts up with my writing must suffice.
Feedback: Oh, no thanks. [eyeroll] Seriously -- what do you think?

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Prologue | One | Two | Three | Four | Five | Six | Seven | Eight | Nine | Ten | Eleven | Twelve | Thirteen | Fourteen | Fifteen | Sixteen | Epilogue
Current Location: crying about Dr Cox
Current Mood: nervousnervous
Current Music: Take My Breath Away (Berlin)
Beck: wizardsgonewild miintswideopenstar on August 22nd, 2006 07:20 pm (UTC)
This was wonderful. I was completely unable to tear myself away from the computer last night, and read it in one sitting. The whole barreling train wreck of it - I felt like I was reading a Jim Thompson novel or something. I love that the ending was ambiguous, and Angus' role was fleshed out. If everything would've come up roses (Harry's magic restored, Harry and Draco in luuuuvvvv4EVAH), it would have been satisfying, temporarily. As it is, it's one to mull over and far more memorable, IMHO.

Thank you!
every Starbucks should have a polar bear: An interview icon -- Harryscoradh on August 24th, 2006 06:48 pm (UTC)
Re: wow
I feel the same way about stories -- even ones that weren't all that great. I can still remember loads about Number 9 Dream because of the way it ended, while far worthier books have fallen by my memory's wayside.

I'm glad the ending pleased you. I quite liked it, but ambiguity is not to everyone's taste. Thanks for commenting!