23 Mar 2020
Harry Potter has lived a fulfilling life. Then he lived another fulfilling life fixing what went wrong the first time. Then, he lived another fulfilling life sunbathing on a remote island in the Caribbean, and going to therapy.
Now, he's living in his childhood body again, but he's not alone. His childhood self is here too. So is a traumatised toddler. The soul fragment in his scar has also developed a personality. And who is the goth skulking at the back?
This is a lot of cliches wrapped up in an unexplained plot device. It's meant to be fun. Sorry if I overshoot. Here we have: traumatised-by-Durzkaban Harry, sweet (but cunning) child Harry raised by a loving parent (also Harry), and knowledgeable (but not too overpowered) queer, mother-hen Harry.
Also here are adorable child Tom Riddle and suspicious teen Tom Riddle (both from the scar horcrux).
Something else is here too. And it's dangerous (but nothing like Split; promise).