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In Fields of Poppies by SunshineDaisies

 
Rating: MatureStory Reviews: 94
 
Chapters: 8
Words: 41736
Characters: James, Lily, OC
Genre(s): Drama, Action/Adventure
Era: Marauders
Pairings: James/Lily, OC/OC, Other Pairing
Status: Work In Progress
First Published: 2015.02.17
Last Published Chapter: 2015.11.08
Last Updated: 2015.11.08
Favorite Story Of: 28 users
 
Advisory: Contains profanity, Strong violence, Scenes of a mild sexual nature, Substance abuse, Sensitive topic/issue/theme

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The HPFF Dobby Awards: Winner - Best Marauder Era (2015)

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Her grandfather's war and her father's war were fought with metal and manpower.

Hers was done with magic.

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Ch. # Chapter Title Word Count Reviews Read
1 The Poppies Blow

She was always armed; rarely did her weapon leave her person. The battles she fought were almost never planned. At least, not on her front: they were continually on the defensive. At the drop of a dime, anywhere and anytime, she would be required to appear and fight. As a result, she lived in a constant state of fear.

Chapter title from In Flanders Fields by John McCrae

828 21
2 Short Days Ago

 The Evans family was full of soldiers. 

Chapter title from In Flanders Fields by John McCrae

3678 16
3 Amid the Guns Below

Trigger Warning for Strong Violent Imagery

 “Strengthen your stomach,” his commanding officer had told him. What he had meant was: “Don’t be such a bloody pansy,” “Be a better solider,” “Shed the last bit of the man you brought with you and give into the killer we’re trying to create.” 

Chapter title from In Flanders Fields by John McCrae

5169 16
4 From Failing Hands We Throw

 Only, she couldn't very well tell her family that. The images they held of war did not align with what was happening. War meant sending your men off, it meant hiding in basements or bomb shelters and shipping your children off to the country. It meant bullets and bombs and barely breathing men. They hadn't fought because they believed in the cause, they had fought because they believed in their country. It was a different matter entirely now.

Chapter title from In Flanders Fields by John McCrae

8875 11
5 If Ye Break Faith

 Again. She'd left him like that again.

Chapter title from In Flanders Fields by John McCrae

8114 7
6 Mark Our Place

 That belief-- that it didn't matter she was Muggle-born-- is what held her afloat in the ocean of hatred that surrounded her. She'd drown if she didn't have it. 

Chapter title from In Flanders Fields by John McCrae

5429 5
7 Still Bravely Singing

 He didn’t much believe in God, but his father did, and maybe if there was a God, he’d help Jack out for his dad’s sake, at least. He hoped he was asking right. He hoped that God hadn’t tuned him out altogether. He hoped that God could hear him above all the other voices asking for the same damn thing. 

Chapter title from In Flanders Fields by John McCrae

3356 7
8 Hold it High

 This was a march, just like any other. Just a march. He’d marched for miles. This was the first thing he had learned how to do as a soldier. March. Onward, ever onward. 

Chapter title from In Flanders Fields by John McCrae

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