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    May 8th, 2008

    Teddy Lupin and the Forest Guard

    Teddy Lupin and the Forest Guard by Fernwithy

    Summary: This story follows Teddy Lupin through his first year at Hogwarts. Novel Length, over 100,000 Words.

    Guest Rec’d By: Auds

    Why You Should Care: Fernwithy writes an amazing Teddy, one who seems age appropriate and reminiscent of an 11-year-old Harry Potter, yet without feeling like a total copy of JKR’s work. The new characters she introduces seem like they always existed in this universe and were just waiting to be introduced by her. The relationships between the characters are all so rich and carefully thought-out that it makes for a touching and emotional story. Humor is also nicely done in this story, as is drama — but without it ever moving into slapstick or angst.

    Why You Might Not Care: Well, perhaps you’re bored with Teddy or you don’t have room in your head for another amazing Teddy characterization. Or perhaps the format of the chapters and all the back-clicking you’ll have to do will turn you off of it. Don’t let those two things keep you from experiencing this masterpiece, though — it’s fantastic.

    posted by afterthree

    One Response to “Teddy Lupin and the Forest Guard”

    1. Jamy Says:
      May 9th, 2008 at 12:18 pm

      Here’s a better formated version at The Sugar Quill except the last 2 chapters have yet to be posted there.