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Alone, depressed, deprived and defeated. Tortured to the extent. Life at Hogwarts is like your worst nightmare coming true, with death eaters prowling the corridors and dementors guarding every entrance into the castle. All hope is lost for Ginny, she has no one to turn to, and no where to go. She can't go in hiding because they will hunt her down. Lord Voldemort is at his strongest, his most powerful, or so she thinks. She believes that Voldemort has past his most vulnerable point, after her family and friends disappear.
The Order of the Phoenix has finished, she has no plan and doesn't know what to expect and there is no escape for her. Little does she know that a plan is brewing inside those very castle walls.


10. Chapter 10



How was everyone's first day of 2014? I have now decided on my updating system, but if people don't like it please comment. I am terribly sorry if one week I may not be able to update (which is a fifty fifty chance), just know that if I don't update on the scheduled day then I will update soon. Thanks everyone!

xoxo *Liz*


     Dear diary,

     Hogwarts. It’s only a train ride away. Home. It’s only a train ride back. It’s where I want to be right now. I try to think of ways that I can improve my year and make the most of it, taking dad’s advice. So I made some rules and a list of things I was going to do:

     1. Try to follow the school rules.

     2. Try not to disobey teachers or talk back to the teachers.

     3. Sign up for the Gryffindor Quidditch team.

     4. Go to Hogsmeade.

     5. Try to get good grades.

     6. Try not to let the Slytherin’s bother me.

     7. Try to write to everyone back home frequently.

     8. Be myself, just with less flame.

     9. Do exactly what the Order of the Phoenix says.

   10. Try not to do anything that will put others or myself in danger.  

   11. Try to enjoy every moment to come as much as possible.

   12. Try to follow the list of things above.


     The train ride to Hogwarts held an comfortable silence, giving me time to doze or otherwise stare helplessly out of the window in anticipation. Come to think of it, actually, I received a letter from Hermione, saying all these things about how she was sorry she couldn’t make it to the train station to see me off and how everyone at home misses me, also that any time I feel the need to talk, I can. However, I doubt I will ever need to talk to anyone besides my friends at Hogwarts, because otherwise I’ll be too reminded of home and I couldn’t bear being to be reminded that my family are not with me.



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