Sluagh is the sequel to Dumbledore's Army and the Year of Darkness and the second book in the DAYD series. It takes place five years after the Battle of Hogwarts.

Warning and IntroductionEdit

This novel is a continuation of the D.A. universe, and although it is possible to read it without having read "Dumbledore's Army and the Year of Darkness," I strongly suggest that you do so, as you will otherwise be missing out on a great deal and certain parts might not make sense at all. Be that said, however, this is a much darker, more mature story, and will contain some things both personal and political that may upset some people. You will find very grown-up themes, extremely offensive and hard language, racial, religious, and ethnic slurs, extreme graphic violence, character death, rape, dismemberment, cannibalism, and moderately graphis sexuality of both the heterosexual and same-sex variety. You will also be getting a crash course in Irish politics and Celtic mythology.

This is not your usual Harry Potter fanfiction. If you're okay with this, I can also promise you one heck of a ride, with some equally powerful themes of love, redemption, friendship, loyalty, and faith. The children of the D.A. are children no longer, and this is not a childrens story in any way but I think it is a good one nonetheless.