The Draco Trilogy is a Draco-centric epic written and posted in instalments by Cassandra Clare over a period of six years, consisting three novel-length stories: . Book One in the Draco Trilogy, written by Cassandra Clare. “When an accident in Potions class turns Harry into Draco and Draco into Harry, each is trapped. Book One in the Draco Trilogy, written by Cassandra Clare. “When an accident in Potions class turns Harry into Draco and Draco into Harry, each is trapped play.

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In addition, they are the stereotipical characters found in every single book written by Cassandra Clare I have read: The deviations existing Harry Potter canon grated on me in strange ways. Parts 2 and 3 have so many pages, i don’t think i can make myself go through them. Harry was also Harry and his always snarky relationship and gradual bonding with this version of Draco rang true. Fanfic was a thing before the internet was a thing.

And then, all of the sudden, she starts it again. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Honest review Disclaimer for “honest review”: She did wrong but she has already paid for it, in my opinion, with all the bitter criticism she has received. It only follows canon up to Goblet of Fire, since it was written before Order of the Phoenix. City of Bones I could actually finish — it was a painful experience in a way that’s at least half claier, AND it contains a quote that describes said experience perfectly “If you were half as funny as you think you are, you’d be twice as funny as you are now”.

This site uses cookies. But back then, I only had an inkling that Clare had done something wrong, and at that time, I was inclined to believe fandom was wrong, lashing out at someone who had done great things since her time in Harry Potter land because they were tilogy.


The way he treated Draco and Narcissa was just ridiculous.

But as we all know, a good book relies on much more than plot and premise, and unfortunately, the characters were straight out of The Draco Casasndra.

The next day, I started in on Draco Sinister, but I took it a bit more slowly. About the other characters, everything went OK, everyone where meant to change to fit Clare’s version, so new Draco is pretty nice and sarcastic, still jealous of Harry he’s the new main character, hence the nameHarry is still a noble boy with his obsession to save people, but terribly in love with Hermione which is OK trology they’re drafo OTPand Ron On the other hand, those quotes made the characters funnier, so part of the admiration she was getting for her fanfiction should have gone to the real authors of those quotes.

Jul 18, Kayla rated it it was ok.

These stories, posted as serials, had many fans at the edge of their seats waiting for installments. I think just politically, like the fact that all of these people were reading you know, the Draco trilogy and then reading Irresistible Poison right away, because like almost inevitably, when you ask somebody who came into the Harry Potter at that point in time what their first fan fic was, they will almost always say “Irresistible Poison.

Cursed demon swords, love potions, time travel, dementors, flying dragons, Draco wears leather, and everybody dies at least once. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

The Draco Trilogy

That was something that Clare made up, in her fanfiction trilogy, and decided to use again in her own books. Okay, so anyway, Hermoine punches Malfoy, and she wasn’t in love with Harry. But that doesn’t mean that I think she should have.

Aug 18, Charlotte added it. Net in August So what do you think? I think this is an advantage, because even if you are not a great fan of YA romantic comedy you can enjoy this story. She now spells her name Cassandra Clarewithout an I. I just had to laugh at some of the original ship preferences and ideas and the ideas that were born and then incorperated into their stories. The three are forced by circumstances to join forces against a common foe, and that makes the two boys start developing a grudging respect for each other, and ultimately forming a brotherly bond.


I understand if some people are turned off by this controversy, but I have always found it easy to separate the author’s behavior from the quality of the story. I was disconnected from fandom for years, reading mainstream work, but when I came back I learned of the vicious controversy that these books had ended up originating within fandom. Its OK to borrow like that with fanfiction because that’s how fanfics work. She has her steampunk trilogy, which is also about Shadowhunters, but does not relate to the characters in The Mortal Instruments series.

Using biblical stories to create her own supernatural world is genius. Thank you so much for sharing. Anyone is welcome to join, but you don’t have to in order to read new chapters. Of course, it’s also part of the infamous history of the genre because of its fall from grace due to the plagiarism controversy and the bitter war it caused among the fandom.

Ron may be under the spotlight less often than in canon, but when he is, he is quite cool too. I love the world of Shadowhunters.

The Draco Trilogy – Fanlore

Want to add to the discussion? The first thing is of course that I could not put the stories down. I didn’t want to leave it undone, so I should be wrapping it up in about August. Cassie Claire was a profilic fanfic author in Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings fandoms in early to mids.