has set up a community called apathy_books
. The point of which is to get Harry Potter fans reading Garth Nix’s The Old Kingdom
and The Keys to the Kingdom
trilogies, and her (or any other Garth Nix fans not already sucked in by Ms. Rowling) reading the Harry Potter series.
Garth Nix is a great writer and his books are fantastic – I think most Harry Potter fans would enjoy him, so if you haven’t read any Nix, this is a great opportunity to discover him. If you’re already a fan of both Nix and Rowling’s work, then join to help facilitate discussion.
(crossposted to liadlaith
These are the story series I’m following on blanketforts
, because they are good
and I love them and you should love them too:busaikko
always has an interesting take on the Potterverse, and Spy vs. Spy
isn’t any different. It’s only in it infancy at the moment – a few days have been missed – but it’s already looking fascinating. Set during the first war.rosemaryandrue
surprised us all with her scarvesnhats
debut, and despite claiming she’d left the fandom, has come back with this as-yet-untitled series
. The character dynamics are brilliant, the storylines compelling and the humour spot-on. Set post-Hogwarts, during the first war.schwarzbrille
’s series (which she hasn’t archived in her memories yet, but there’s a link to the most recent post here
is by turns tender, sweet, hot, loving, angsty and sad, but above all hopeful. Set in about 1980 (I think) it details the start of Remus and Sirius’ relationship, and the intensification of the war.
I was also reading omgsubtext
’s series, the most recent post is here
, but I think this one may have fallen over and died.