It is Wormtail isn't it? 'Cause I can't think of anything else to match something small enough to come out of the bushes and shriek and still give horror to Harry. I hope I am right, but at the same time, don't 'cause then, Voldemort is somewhere close. And that is not good.
Really enjoyed "Bloody Summer" and looking forward to your rendition of year 6. Well, maybe not "enjoyed" and "looking forward" because you're even rougher on poor Harry than JKR! Seriously, your writing is terrific!
Noticed one little mistake in this chapter. Mundungus was part of the guard flying with Draco, but he was killed in the dementor attack on the Burrow (chap 16, "Bloody Summer").
Oh you are evil! But I'm addicted to your evil in a bizarrely delightful way. I guess it's lines like "Wormtail with his Cabbage Patch doll Tom" that make your story irresistable! I was so excited to see the sequel up and running, and believe me, you have not let me down! Who knows what lay ahead of Harry (and Harry and Harry). I've never been too big on the series ending (aka Voldemort's demise) in book six, but I don't know what can happen in the course of a few chapters, so work away! Great job!
This story is amazing! I'm so thrilled you're writing a sequel! I can't imagine what is at the base of the hill! I envy your creativity! You're so brilliant! I would have never thought of having a diversion like that, making three Harry's! Fantastic job!!!!
"It was a nice day when Harry Potter stepped outside the Burrow to travel back to Hogwarts—so nice that he did it thrice."
I had to back up and read this twice, but the rest of the chapter made it clear. What an excellent way to begin the story! I loved it all, especially Charlie being so macho. I'm assuming he was Harry number three, right? <grin>
Ok so now it seems like we have another traitor in the order. Jeez, they really need to work on their security! And what's the thing that's shrieking around the shrieking shack?