Drarry AUHarry returns to Hogwarts as the new DADA instructor, only to find his teaching efforts thwarted by a very familiar ghost.Words:85271 complete...
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In Pieces Reviews
Harry tilted the book so that Malfoy could easier see the pages. "Do you want me to hold it while you read?""No. I like it when you read. You have a nice voice." There was a moment of shocked silence and Harry looked at him in bemusement. Malfoy added, "For a git."For the most part I liked this and I especially enjoyed the concept of Draco as a ghost and Harry and Draco falling in love; the book-reading parts were quite cute. Even Nearly-Headless Nick makes an appearance.This isn't even a very angsty story for Harry and Draco's relationship despite Draco being dead. (view spoiler)[I actually found Ron's situation to be more angst inducing. (hide spoiler)] The plot is mostly simple and primarily revolves around (view spoiler)[Harry researching ways to make Draco tangible again so they can be together, which starts off a lot about the mutual masturbation and evolves to real relationship reasons. (hide spoiler)] This would have gotten 4 stars from me if not for the fact that around...60%? I started to lose interest and skip along; (view spoiler)[I don't even know the exact details of how Harry tied Draco back to his body, only that he did (hide spoiler)]. The story is good - although it has some minor editing errors, sometimes for random tense change (from past to sudden present) and other typical things - but it's also a bit long and I have many other things to get off my to-read list. And that ending was way too sugary sweet for my current tastes, and also felt a little unnecessary although it does give the story closure.["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>
So good, so sweet. Draco as a ghost, using his ghostly never-needing-sleep abilities to torment Harry, is hilarious. And the pace of the enemies-to-friends-to-lovers was perfect. Their relationship was perfectly heartbreaking, and so, so sweet.If you're at all like me and need reassurance of a happy ending before giving a story a shot, (view spoiler)[this one does indeed end happily in spite of the ghost thing. In a fantastically clever, crazy complicated, interesting way. (hide spoiler)]Favorite Quotes:"Oh, bloody hell, never mind. I don't want to know. What I don't know, Hermione can't intimidate out of me."Draco snorted. "Gryffindors are not good at mental anguish. Generally they display a frown and possibly a wrinkled forehead--which doesn't do a thing for your famous scar, by the way--and then they give up on emotional analysis and charge into battle."Lucius turned and walked back towards the Manor. "I still don't like you," he said without turning around."Likewise!" Harry called after him in a singsong voice. He bit his lip on a grin, thinking it was turning out to be an amazing day."Back off, Weaselette, he's mine now," Draco warned.
Absolutely entertaining Harry Potter slash fic. I was completely drawn into the story and Draco as a ghost was well done.
This was pretty much the perfect type of story for me. It was angsty, but not too heavy, it made me laugh, it made me cry, it was well written, it was sexy, and it totally drew me in. I read all night to finish it, in spite of being very tired.
I loved this book. It was so imaginative. Great plot and story. Well written. I didn't know how it would end. It seemed everything was doomed, but it was brilliantly resolved. And I loved that it was written with the original in mind.
Harry is a new teacher at Hogwarts. Draco is the ghost that haunts him. Literally. This fic was so good. On the one hand it was a typical, very entertaining enemies-to-lovers romance. But the author also put a new spin on the magical world, with some very original ideas, especially with Ron's story line. It was angsty and bitter-sweet, yet with enough romance and happiness to keep me very happy.To me, it is one of the best fanfics I have read in a long time.
In Pieces, by dysonrules