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Number One: The 'As It Began' series by I'mNotReadyForThis.
I liked this series because it is a very original idea which is wonderfully written and made me think twice about judging characters because of how they are portrayed in books, and think about a different side to them.
I like these movellas because they are very funny and include very well thought up ideas.
Number Three: 'A Twist In The Tale' by Decaying Barbie Doll .
A Twist In The Tale
I like this one because it is exciting and made me think twice about thoughts on the rivalry between Gryffindors and Slytherins/ descendants of dark wizards.
Number Four: 'A Dance Through Thyme' by Fluteplayer56.
I like this because it is very well-written and is a very original idea.
Number Five: 'Sirius Black's Daughter' by Nightshade Creepypasta.
I'm not really all that sure why I like this, I just do and it has an interesting storyline.
Number Six: 'The Hogwarts Games' by Chetna.
I like this because it is very well-written and makes me feel very sympathetic towards the characters, nd includes my two favourite book series - 'The Hunger Games' and 'Harry Potter'.
Number Seven: 'Limelight' by Emma Bird.
This is one of my absolute favourite movellas. I really enjoyed reading what is written of it so far, as it is extremely well-written and has an unique storyline which I thought was very exciting and something I certainly could never think of on my own.
Number Eight: 'Between Crown And Heart' by Puma.
I really, really loved reading this. It is incredibly well-written and has no spelling mistakes or grammatical or punctual errors which I noticed, which is amazing, as the author's first language is not English, yet English is the language the movella is written in.
Number Nine: 'Wizarding Week' by WoahLoiuse.
I very much enjoyed reading this, because it made me think that there could be a different side to the 'bad guy' of the Harry Potter series, and it also has a very gripping storyline.
Number Ten: The 'Hidden' series by Evelyn Shadownight (I couldn't resist free advertisement to my idol, sorry)
I think it is clear why I like this, I enjoyed writing the book (and a bit) and am very proud of what I have written of the series so far.
Number Eleven: 'Obliviate' by E.H.Weaver Nightshade.
This has a very original and exciting storyline which I really enjoyed, and I think it is a nice change to read a fan-fiction in which Harry is not the protagonist, though he is of course included.
Come back tomorrow for the best Harry Potter Fanfics according to Raven711.
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