The Draco Trilogy is a Draco-centric epic written and posted in instalments by Cassandra Clare over a period of six years, consisting three novel-length stories: . Book One in the Draco Trilogy, written by Cassandra Clare. “When an accident in Potions class turns Harry into Draco and Draco into Harry, each is trapped. Book One in the Draco Trilogy, written by Cassandra Clare. “When an accident in Potions class turns Harry into Draco and Draco into Harry, each is trapped play.
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Which is lame of her. I love Cassandras writing, because this makes the FF just easy to read. The practice of hiding quotes from other media sources in the text of the story was well-known and accepted by some of Claire’s readers, [ citation needed ] and it was used as a way of engaging the fans on a mailing list the story was posted to.
The premise was better.
In fact, I feel so strongly about this, that I hope to start a publishing house in the future that is really devoted to bringing back well-written, original stories which are often overshadowed by fads like Twilight and Fifty Shades of Grey.
The other characters you mentioned in Mortal Instruments that have similarities to Harry Potter characters are something you would not have noticed, had Clare not written HP fanfiction.
I liked the first half much better than the last. Ms Clare, it seems that I have used up all my contempt and angry tears on the ‘original’ ‘trilogy’ that is now known as TMI — seeing as no book has provoked similar reaction since — so please make me laugh this time around. I mean, I could steal quotes from Blackadder and Buffy and other places, and still I would not be able to put together trilogyy coherent and well-written novel.
Ron behaves almost exactly dracoo way I imagine he would had Harry and Hermione actually been mid-flirtation.
Claire also wrote a DV missing scene that included Draco kissing Harry to prove that Draco “could be gay, if [he] liked”–of which she said: However, if you are the type of a person who takes offense easily, please do not read forward. The fact that the trend of getting plagiarized work published is happening annoys me. I came to ttrilogy fanfiction by coincidence and was very very pleasantly surprised how good it was! Ron may be under the spotlight less often than in canon, but when he is, he is quite cool too.
This story really gave me a hard time. She chracterized Draco and Hermione and Ginny and crew in her own way. Dumbledore especially I think was really well written. How on earth can Harry be seen as similar to Alec in any way?
Except when they don’t.
You should read avocado’s account on this. She may not be the most creative writer, but she was smart enough to create a world that people intrigued by, so she kept on going with it. Not the grudge-holding, act-before-you-think Sirius from canon. I’d never interacted with any fan community, I didn’t know anyone who wrote fanfiction The price of having this fine romantic comedy is placing Draco, Harry and Hermione in the spotlight and leaving little room for other characters.
I think you have what your fanfic! And when I came along, I think the immediate, I guess, impression that I had was just that the writing was amazing, because I had actually tried to get into slash before, like I told you. Still, in the 25 pages I managed to survive, several questions had more than enough time to arise.
Now let’s talk a bit about the controversy So dear Cassandra Clare: And pretty much Malfoy and sort of harry start looking at her as attractive with that stuff, unlike ron in the hp books-with the exception of the goblet of fire- who actually likes her for her personallity.
One of these gathering points were a group of highly admired stories by a group of well-known Harry Potter writers. Also, Sirius and Narcissa are a big no, and Voldemort was too Like, I was like, casssandra I’m going to try this draxo of voice and I’m going to try this other drafo of voice, so I mean, when I go back and read over it, Cllare notice the dfaco changing even within chapters, and evolving in some chapters are very dissimilar than other chapters, so I think, you know, it’s a wild smorgasbord of all different kinds of styles I’ve employed is probably the best example.
The trilogy is hailed by some as the fanfiction of all Harry Potter fanfiction, but like all things that are hailed,  others couldn’t or didn’t believe the hype.
I did really like the exploration towards the end of Hermione’s female relationships. So that’s enough about the writer. Her novels, however, bear zero resemblance in plot, character, and premise to the fanfiction she wrote back in the day.
If someone argues that this novel would be nothing without those quotes, I have to respectfully disagree.