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Living With Danger (Dangerverse #1)

4.65 of 5 stars 4.65  ·  rating details  ·  89 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Lone wolf. Dream-seer. Bright child. Scarred child. Singer. Prisoner. Dancer child. Dragon child. Eight semi-ordinary people. One extraordinary family, and how they became one.
What if Harry Potter had not just father figures, but mother figures as well? What if he had siblings? And what about Hermione Granger, or Draco Malfoy? Would they have been different with a diffe
Published 2007
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Yin Yin
Dec 27, 2007 Yin Yin rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: anyone who loves Harry Potter
Shelves: re-reading
An articulate, well-crafted read, definitely for those who crave a good, rich story-line and three-dimensional characters. Fanfiction or not, it's a brilliant read, definitely worth the time it takes to read the fifty-or-so chapter epic.

This story is capable of bringing you to tears, having you clutching your sides as you laugh, and chatting wildly with other avid readers. The first in a quartet spanning the seven years at Hogwarts, and those before.

An intriguing AU that, despite being a fanfict
Kimberly Achidi
Dec 27, 2007 Kimberly Achidi rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: anyone who is an HP AU fan.
Living with Danger is an epic HP-AU fanfiction written by Anne Walsh.
Holly Alexandra
A lovely, well-written, perfectly balanced fanfiction. The romance is very well-written;not too overpowering, but enough to make you smile. I loved the parallels and symbolism, they made the experience so much deeper. I'm so glad I read this, and will definitely be continuing the series.
The are no words to describe how much I enjoyed this book. I love the way in which Walsh took a familiar concept and turned it on its head with a few well placed original characters. This book captured my attention right from the start and I was very hard pressed to put it down. I really enjoyed how Walsh was able to keep the essence of Rowling's characters especially as this story is pre-Hogwarts and changes the circumstances of a few of the characters which does have a bit of an impact on thei ...more
Very good Alternate Universe story. I enjoyed it almost as much as the story it was based on. Can't wait to read the next book!
Reread this story, it's been so long (probably 6 years). It's still amazing!
Tricia Elbl

Great read, engrossing
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Anne B. Walsh has been telling stories from the time she could talk, but it took her twenty years to realize she could make a living at it. She left her office job on a leap of faith two months before seeing a PBS special which changed her life. The resulting four-book series of historical fantasy romances is known collectively as the Chronicles of Glenscar (or will be, when it involves more than ...more
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