Exotic Matter (Harry Potter for grown-ups)
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When Hermione is asked to update the National Dictionary of Wizarding Biography, she discovers some surprising things about her favourite professor.
An angsty, nerdy time-travel romance.
Exotic Matter (Harry Potter for grown-ups) Squibstress Published: 2013 Tag(s): "Harry Potter" "Minerva McGonagall" "Severus Snape" "Hermione Granger" "Ron Weasley" "time travel" post-Hogwarts Copyright This work of fiction is based on characters and settings created by J. K. Rowling. All recognisable characters, settings, and plot elements are copyright © Ms. Rowling and her assignees. The author believes this work falls within the scope of the Fair Use Doctrine as a
roll her eyes. They both knew perfectly well that he would use it—his hands were the right ones, were they not?—to alter the unbearable events of the past twenty-four hours. He sent a house-elf around to the rest of the staff to postpone the emergency meeting he’d scheduled, and he and Minerva sat together for the next three hours, thinking, talking, arguing, and came up with a plan. Mad, it was, and dangerous, but these qualities were not strangers to either of them, although they sat more
needed to be someone who could be trusted to keep the Time-Turner absolutely secret—or frightened into it. Someone who would use it only as a last resort, to save a life or a soul. “It will need to be calibrated to Hermione’s magic,” Minerva said. “And that will take at least a few weeks, as it has to be done gradually.” “She must not know about the plan, though,” Albus said. “Everything must be allowed to unfold as closely as possibly to the way it did that day. There are too many potentially
death, or Ginny, as the only Weasley daughter, but it didn’t work out that way. Everyone seems to gather at Hermione and Ron’s in St Albans for family occasions. Earlier this afternoon, as he did the spellwork to temporarily enlarge the dining room, Ron said, “The house won’t weather too many more Expansion Charms. We might have to think about buying something bigger.” She threw her washrag at him and he grinned at her. They’ve been talking about trading down into a flat ever since Hugo moved
privilege of her position to Floo directly to Albus’s quarters, surprising him before he’d risen from bed. “There may be a way to save them.” “Tell me,” he said, pulling on his dressing gown and gesturing for her to sit He listened to her without interruption, seemingly without reaction, but she’d known him long enough to understand that the slight twitch of lips meant she’d surprised him. When she finished her tale and showed him the item in question, he said, “Are you certain it will work