Saving Hogwarts

A Potterhead’s New Year’s Eve — part IV

A.M. Radulescu
Fictions

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The Sorting Hat must have just grazed Andrew’s head before announcing, “You have some quality material with this pair, Headmaster. All is well.”

Only Draco’s House sorting was over that quick, so maybe the ancient artifact works fastest with blonde guys, who knows. The process took so little that I didn’t even get the chance to worry about the state of my boyfriend’s heart before it was all over, and we were confirmed for the trials ahead. No pressure whatsoever. We just had to help save the mirror world in which my apparently not-fictional idols Harry, Ron, and Hermione resided from a threat that lay dormant for the past 600 years. I was still wrapping my head around all this.

Andrew takes back his seat next to me, a weird look on his face.

“Are you alright, baby? Did the Sorting Hat tell you something upsetting?”

Before he gets the chance to reply, portrait-Dumbledore resumes talking.

“Marvellous. We can begin then. Harry, if you could please lead Anna and Andrew to the Pensive.”

“To the Pensive?!” The legendary object was said to be even older than Hogwarts itself.

“Yes, my dear. To my knowledge, the Ether has not been performed for centuries. However, Nicholas and I…

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A.M. Radulescu
Fictions

Certified bookworm, published author, hopeful dreamer, advertising professional. Writing about life and self-growth. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09JRJ3P5T