Harry entered the office of the Minister for Magic and was surprised to see Draco Malfoy already there. The sight of him caused Harry’s stomach to do a curious flip-flop, not surprisingly, since Malfoy’s presence in his life generally acted as a harbinger of doom.

He pushed away the irrational idea and tried to smile at the Minister, ignoring Malfoy, as he had grown accustomed, unless etiquette or his job required otherwise.

Cho looked sombre, which did nothing to calm Harry’s nerves. “I’m glad you’re here, Harry. I have some news that might affect both you and Draco.”

When you're an adult, living with your parents can be awkward. All Nigel Iffik wants is one quiet night alone with his hand. Instead, he unwittingly unleashes a malicious virus which infects his entire family's network of electronics and Universe Growers. Trillions of sentient beings succumb to destruction as his sister, Nancy, scrambles to undo the damage to her mostly unprotected Universe Grower. Will the anti-viral protocols stop the digital onslaught in time?

Follow four residents of one such endangered universe as they chomp tacos, battle the absurd, and uncover a secret that will change their lives forever.

The Iffik family was uncharacteristically somber around the breakfast table that morning. Mrs. Iffik sawed at a slice of ham on her plate, holding it in place with a fork to prevent it from slipping around. Mr. Iffik shoveled scrambled eggs into his face, nearly decorating his beard with the fluffy stuff twice. Nigel poked at his pancakes with a spoon, which was an incredibly ineffective way to eat. Nancy glared at her plate, not even pretending to have an appetite. For one thing, she hated ham; it reminded her too much of her pet flying pig, Sully. But that wasn’t the real reason behind the tension this morning.

Nigel winced. Mrs. Iffik went back to slicing. "Well, we told you to install anti-virals immediately after creating a universe. Now you

Harry entered the office of the Minister for Magic and was surprised to see Draco Malfoy already there. The sight of him caused Harry’s stomach to do a curious flip-flop, not surprisingly, since Malfoy’s presence in his life generally acted as a harbinger of doom.

He pushed away the irrational idea and tried to smile at the Minister, ignoring Malfoy, as he had grown accustomed, unless etiquette or his job required otherwise.

Cho looked sombre, which did nothing to calm Harry’s nerves. “I’m glad you’re here, Harry. I have some news that might affect both you and Draco.”

When you're an adult, living with your parents can be awkward. All Nigel Iffik wants is one quiet night alone with his hand. Instead, he unwittingly unleashes a malicious virus which infects his entire family's network of electronics and Universe Growers. Trillions of sentient beings succumb to destruction as his sister, Nancy, scrambles to undo the damage to her mostly unprotected Universe Grower. Will the anti-viral protocols stop the digital onslaught in time?

Follow four residents of one such endangered universe as they chomp tacos, battle the absurd, and uncover a secret that will change their lives forever.

The Iffik family was uncharacteristically somber around the breakfast table that morning. Mrs. Iffik sawed at a slice of ham on her plate, holding it in place with a fork to prevent it from slipping around. Mr. Iffik shoveled scrambled eggs into his face, nearly decorating his beard with the fluffy stuff twice. Nigel poked at his pancakes with a spoon, which was an incredibly ineffective way to eat. Nancy glared at her plate, not even pretending to have an appetite. For one thing, she hated ham; it reminded her too much of her pet flying pig, Sully. But that wasn’t the real reason behind the tension this morning.

Nigel winced. Mrs. Iffik went back to slicing. "Well, we told you to install anti-virals immediately after creating a universe. Now you

Abbess Joy’s office was a very pretty room despite, or perhaps because, of the lack of ornaments to adorn it. The most interesting object in the room was the stone hearth, which was well built, large, and shone with orange light from the dancing flames. On the opposite side of the room was an rough wooden bookcase filled with handsome books, and in the center was a wood table to match. Abbess Joy cleared books and papers from the table with her own hands to make way for tea.

Prudence volunteered to fetch the tea things, and when she’d gone Abbess Joy bid me sit near the fire, in a stuffed chair covered in brown canvas.

“I dream of him,” I admitted. “While they last, the dreams are beautiful, but when I awake and they melt away, I am alone. I used to hold his as he slept; now, when I wake, my hands feel empty.”

Harry entered the office of the Minister for Magic and was surprised to see Draco Malfoy already there. The sight of him caused Harry’s stomach to do a curious flip-flop, not surprisingly, since Malfoy’s presence in his life generally acted as a harbinger of doom.

He pushed away the irrational idea and tried to smile at the Minister, ignoring Malfoy, as he had grown accustomed, unless etiquette or his job required otherwise.

Cho looked sombre, which did nothing to calm Harry’s nerves. “I’m glad you’re here, Harry. I have some news that might affect both you and Draco.”

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