This is basically a re-write of "The Philosopher's Stone" but some major plot points have been changed and Harry is a lot more closed in as a result from his time spent with the Dursleys.
"Harry was settled into the safety of his routine, he ignored the Dursleys and for the most part, they ignored him (there were those odd occasions where Dudley would try to get him to talk- he hadn’t succeeded yet). Repetitiveness was reliable and Harry lived inside each repeated motion. Within the cover of obedience he was able to explore multitudes of possibilities inside his head and was free to let his imagination stick its tendrils in even the dankest corners of his existence."
Bookmarked by little_ryan
22 Sep 2018