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What It's Worth is a novel by momotwins, set between August of 1967 and June of 1968, during Molly Prewett's seventh year.

The story is part of a series of related stories; it is preceded by the novel The Unsinkable Molly Prewett and the short story "The Black Velvet Band", and followed by "At the Hour" and "Over the Anvil."

Summary

Molly Prewett is now in her seventh year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, and throws herself into her final school year before real life begins. The war outside is brewing, but inside the walls of Hogwarts, there's still one last year of childhood peace, of Quidditch, N.E.W.T.s, friends and love.

Characters

Chapters

  1. Here We Go Again
  2. If You Know
  3. Only a Moment
  4. Reach Out in the Darkness
  5. Blue Is My World
  6. Reach the Sky
  7. A Lifetime Looking
  8. Deep in the Valley
  9. Clouds Passing Overhead
  10. A Thing About You
  11. Heart on the Shelf
  12. Lights Shining Through
  13. Lady Willpower
  14. Written on the Wind
  15. Too Much To Dream

Story

What It's Worth (1967-1968)


The Unsinkable series

Novels The Unsinkable Molly Prewett What It's Worth
Stories "Fireworks" "Shift" "I Will Follow" "The Black Velvet Band" "At the Hour" "Over the Anvil"
"All Things Life Must Be" "Cherry Blossoms"
Characters Molly Prewett Cecilia Fletcher Hattie Habbershaw Siobhan Fitzgibbon Petula Cordingley
Arthur Weasley Roderick Feltham Thaddeus Peabody Dunstan Birtwhistle Reid Akins
Cosmo Graham Francine Allen Acacia Bushby-Ferris Maribel McQuillen Atalanta Weekes
Levi Pascal Mary Nevard Andrew Bishop Njemile Kamara Julian Kirkpatrick Virgil Kemp
Icarus Teague Dorian Raleigh Walter Campbell Claudia Patterson Cressida Titherington
Akwetee Owusu Addae Owusu Gemma Folwell Thomas Ockham Winifred Fairholm

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