The Final Horcrux

The Battle of Hogwarts is over, Voldmort is gone … or is he? As Harry, Ron and Hermione go to complete their seventh year at Hogwarts, Harry's scar begins to pain again. They missed an unknown Horcrux, one Albus Dumbledore didn't take into account. Voldemort is building up power every second, and the trio go on the biggest and most dangerous journey yet to discover the final Horcrux. In addition to this, on their travels, they meet another tree people searching for the same thing. One of the girls has red hair and hazel eyes, she is Lucy Lily Evans, Harry's twin. The six team up alone to face a battle that will go down in history against magics worst enemy. Will they succeed?
Both the Muggle and the wizarding world hang in the balance, only the known is safe, and only the known is tolerable. The fate of magic is in their hands.
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 "Happy eighteenth Birthday Harry!"

 Harry leaped out of his bed in surprise, banging his head on the low ceiling and landing in a crumpled heap on the polluted floor. The noise woke Ron up and he too abruptly sat up, his eyes threatening to snap shut at any moment. His Chudley Cannon's bed duvet fly off the bed and on top of Harry. Harry felt as though he could pass out on the spot, but he thought the urge and thanked Mrs Weasley for his birthday cake (which was shaped like a broomstick) and got dressed hurriedly. 

 Harry had been living in the Burrow, along with Hermione, with the all too glad Weasley's  ever since the downfall of Voldemort. He was desperate to return to Hogwarts, as he had not yet completed his seventh year, but the castle was in ruins due to the treacherous battle and was being reconstructed as fast as possible. Although, it wasn't fast enough.

 Harry and Ron trudged downstairs to their breakfast. Harry had persisted that Molly not make a big deal out of his birthday, which was why he was grumpy, and Ron was also because his own birthday a few months ago had been a huge letdown, far less extravagant than Harry's. They entered the over-crowed kitchen to a congratulatory hug from Hermione. The amount of people in the enclosed room was appauling: Harry, Ron, Molly, Arthur, Hermione, Ginny, and even Percy had shown up ... although unfortunately, George hadn't. A few weeks after the battle, George's depression over the loss of Fred must have been too much to bare, as he left without warning. 

 After accepting all of the liberal gifts from his friends, he asked Mrs Weasley:

 "Not heard from him?" he asked quietly, stirring his cereal solemnly, staring at it. He didn't have to mention the name to know who they were talking about. Mrs Weasley shook her head sadly. Harry glanced up to see Hedwig, Errol and Pigwidgeon souring towards the open window. Pig and Hedwig flew directly through the gap and landed gracefully on the kitchen desktop, however Errol missed the window and crashed into the glass, shook his head and flew through the gap crookedly. A letter Hedwig had carried fell in front of Harry on the table. The writing on the envelope read, in emerald green script:

 Mr H. Potter

 The Burrow

 The Kitchen 

 The parchment was concealed with a blood red seal screaming the a crest split in quarters, an eagle, snake, lion and badger: the Hogwarts emblem. Harry unsealed the envelope with quivering hands.

 Dear Mr Potter

 We are pleased to inform you that the reconstructing of Hogwarts is complete and we are restarting the year.

 Hoping to see you next week on Monday second of September

 Yours sincerely

 Professor F. Flitwick

 Deputy Headmaster

 (Headmistress Minerva McGonagall)

 Harry gaped at the parchment until Hermione's animated voice took him out of his mesmerized trance.

 "Harry, we're going to Hogwarts!"

 A broad beam spread across Harry's face as the blissful truth dawned upon him.

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