Status: Complete, Word Count: 9,000, Pairing: None, Genre: Suspense/Horror
Author’s Summary: Harry Potter, once the Boy-Who-Lived, is now the Lone Traveler, a dimension-hopping wanderer of the multiverse. His travels have led him to a world in which his own Fifth-Year self is about to confront Voldemort at the Department of Mysteries. But this time, he is not the only traveler to visit this world. And for once, Voldemort isn’t the deadliest threat.
My Thoughts: The Lone Traveler: Nemesis is another reminded of how good The Sinister Man is at horror. This story is incredibly dark, and I love it for that. While I do consider this to be The Sinister Man’s weakest story, it is still a very entertaining read. The concept is extremely interesting, and I’m frankly glad he got all of his darkness out of his system with this story, because I wouldn’t want Prince of Slytherin to be saturated with this kind of thing. However, as a oneshot, I really like this. Sometimes it’s cool to just see a main character be fucking annihilated, and I absolutely love it. Give this a shot if you want to read something incredibly dark, but if you’re looking to feel happy, I’d probably give this one a pass.