The Family Who Lived
The dead can't speak. The dead can't walk. And the dead definitely can't perform magic.
12 years ago, Harry Potter was orphaned when his parents, Lily and James Potter, lovingly sacrificed themselves to save his life.
All his life, Harry Potter was told that his parents had died in a car crash. He was told that the little lightning scar on his forehead was from a shard of glass. Harry Potter was told that he was a normal boy.
But, on his eleventh birthday, shocking news reached him. A giant, Hagrid, claimed that Harry was a wizard. That his parents didn't die in a car crash, that they died saving him from Lord Voldemort, one of the most powerful wizards alive. He claimed that the little lightning scar on his forehead was from a very dark curse.
Harry missed his parents more than anything. If he could have one thing in his life, he would want a true family. But, one little thing changed everything. Would he believe that there's someone he can call real family? Someone who wants to spoil him and send him Christmas gifts and Birthday cards? Someone that misses him just as much as he missed them?
During his third year at Hogwarts, Harry Potter's life becomes far from the normal one he knew for eleven years. It becomes more abnormal than turning teacups into rats, and using incantations to make objects float, because anybody else's definition of a normal life finally makes an appearance in Harry's, changing him forever.
Harry Potter and its characters and places belong to JK Rowling! I take no credit for her brilliant ideas! :)