The Perilous Pointbook cover

The Perilous Point is one in a series of HP fanfic and cross-over fanfic e-books by the author A.J. Hall. You might like to refer to their suggested reading order or review the other e-books by A.J. Hall, before reading The Perilous Point.

The year is 2003, and there's a storm brewing in the Wizarding world.

Hermione Granger has announced her engagement to a Muggle. Worse still: he's a vicar. And the wedding is going to take place on 21st June in his parish church in the village of Malfoy Intrinsica, Wiltshire. And the Lord of the Manor is most definitely going to be present. But then, none of Hermione's oldest friends is  planning to miss the opportunity either...

And, unbeknownst to everyone, a theatre company plans to put on an outdoor performance of A Midsummer Night's Dream for the benefit of their corporate sponsors. Oh, and to try a little light incantation up by the Seven Sisters while they're at it.


This story is based on characters and situations created and owned by J.K. Rowling, various publishers including but not limited to Bloomsbury Books, Scholastic Books and Raincoast Books, and Warner Bros., Inc. No money is being made and no copyright or trademark infringement is intended. This e-book is rated R (American rating) and 15 (UK rating) for bad language and violence.


  • Don't under any circumstances attempt the thing with the chocolate and the handcuffs at home.  Chocolate is very bad for dogs.
  • Usual bad language, drugs and incest references.
  • Gratuitous deployment of the Pathetic Fallacy throughout.


Thanks to Erica, Naomi, Viki and Shezan for beta reading. Thanks to Pam and Shezan for assistance with Franco-picking, and to Viki for Ameri-picking. Thanks to Lizzie for expert assistance in relation to the art of coarse acting, and for her tolerance in allowing herself to be picked up and deposited in the middle of Malfoy Intrinsica.

As usual, Russ from shoes for industry designed the book cover, produced the e-books and compiled this on-line work.

The opinions, prejudices, faults and spelling herein are all my own work, and I apologise in advance for them.

A.J. Hall