Mistake➳ Tom Riddle

Mistake➳ Tom Riddle

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rose By october-rose Updated Nov 09

Noir Raven Ghosting is a mistake. At least, that's what she's been told for the 16 hellish years she's lived. Her mother isn't exactly a woman who loves her child and her dad is... Well, let's just say he's either dead or he left them; Noir can't be sure, but she's positive it's the former. 
      
      Her life changes, both in good and bad ways, when her mother kicks her out on a cold, windy September day with only a backpack full of her belongings, a letter from a school called Hogwarts, and without her voice. Soon she finds herself amidst people she may or may not be able to trust while she sits in the middle of drama and a hint of chaos on a big crimson train headed towards a future she never knew she had.
      
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      Disclaimer: I do not own Harry Potter or anything related to it; I also do not own any pictures or videos used. Some of the facts may be wrong and there may be some inconsistencies, but I am sadly not J.K. Rowling, so I don't have all the correct facts; most of my facts come from the Harry Potter Wiki. However, I do own Noir and anything related to her or this story.
      
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      Thank you to the fabulous @obsessivan for the amazing cover; it's wwaayy better than mine, haha. Y'all should totally check her out; she some pretty great stories and is wonderful at making covers! Also, thank you to @1ionheart for helping me edit the chapters I have out and for giving me a review with suggestions; she was very helpful and if you need a review or an editor, then DEFINITELY check her out.

Yassss the mother of dragons herself......I absolutely love her
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                              what do ya think corie? 
                              you should totally answer my riddle