Summary: Sluagh is set in the future, roughly 5 years after the Battle of Hogwarts. Neville has become an Auror temporarily until the next training class comes through and ready to be in the field. There is someone named the “Sluagh” in Ireland who is killing other people for unknown reasons. They have good reason to believe that it is one of the “lieutenants” from Dumbledore’s Army. Neville feels that it is his job to take care of his Army and finds himself in a world that he knows nothing about.
Opinion: The tale starts out very well, with a lot of interaction between Neville and the muggle world (namely Irish), however it does take a strange (even for the Harry Potter universe) turn into the severe supernatural, including inter dimensional travel and demons. The story doesn’t quite end the way that you expect it to either. While not as good as the first story in the Trilogy (third fan fiction still to be finished), it is still well-written, descriptive, and the characters stay consistent throughout (i.e. no out of character interactions). It still made me cry to say the least, but it almost feels like the second part of the story could be another fan fiction.
Length: Novel length with 28 chapters and 210,934 words.
Pairings: Neville/Hannah Abbott, Harry/Ginny, Susan Bones/Seamus Finnigan
Warnings: Similar to the first fan fiction, this is bloody, gory, a little scary (horror-wise) near the end, and has quite a lot of death.