Harry Potter by JK Rowling
Throughout their six years together at Hogwarts, Draco Malfoy stood as Harry Potter’s greatest schoolyard antagonist. From their first interactions, they and their groups of friends stood at polar opposites of the moral spectrum. Whenever Harry, Ron and Hermoine would risk their lives to save the school, Draco and his gang would do their best to catch them breaking the rules to get them in trouble or to take matters into their own hands. However, during the final night of the wizardly struggle with Voldemort, Harry, in the style of a true Gryffindor, saved Draco twice: once from a raging Fiendfyre (started by Draco’s own friend Goyle) and once again from a life-sucking Dementor. A quick punch in the face from behind the Invisibility Cloak couldn’t make up for all the trouble that the protagonist trio suffered by Draco’s hand. Draco Malfoy lived on in debt to the Boy Who Lived … through danger, curse and the provocations of one scrawny, pale, blond bully with a rich father and a powerful dark lord to back him up.
-Eric Dilmore, guest contributor