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Time travel fic often use Time Turners or other magical devices to take Harry back in time or bring Severus forward and is an intriguing way to level the playing field, make both characters the same age, or force them to learn about each other without the ingrained bias they have in canon.

All in Good Time, PG, 13,550 words.
Warnings: (highlight for spoilers) *None*
Prompt: How about a time travel romance, with young Snape accidentally coming forward to the future, and Adult Harry having to take charge of him until they sort out what made it all happen.

In Time, Once Again, NC-17, 29,800 words. (Chan, 16-18)
Content/Warnings: (highlight for spoilers) *Time Travel AU, Romance/Drama, underage (Harry is 16-18), teacher/student relationship, first time.*
Summary: After the Battle of Hogwarts, Harry uses a Time Turner in an attempt to rewrite history. However, something goes wrong, and he’s thrown back fourteen years into the past.
Review: You can find a review for "In Time, Once Again" here.

Sweet Afton, PG, 11,000 words.
Content/Warnings: (highlight for spoilers) *EWE, mild canon bending.*
Summary: Two months after the Battle, Harry packs his bag and goes back in time to save Severus Snape. He plans to arrive a day early. Instead, he overshoots his target date by sixteen years.
Review: You can find a review for "Sweet Afton" here.

Where He Belongs, PG-13/R, 15,050 words.
Warnings: (highlight for spoilers) *Angst, AU, Time Travel, implied bottom!Snape*
Summary: While drinking alone one night, Severus Snape finds himself entertaining a visitor who, technically, does not exist.

Centaury Squill
Time's Boomerang, R, 7,860 words.
Warnings: (Chan, 13-15/16-18) (highlight for spoilers) *CHAN. Harry is thirteen and Severus is seventeen.*
Prompt: When Hermione tries to turn the hourglass on the time-turner, they're unexpectedly disturbed by a student barging into the infirmary. Hermione loses her grip on the time turner and by the time she and Harry finally catch it again, they're spinning back through time where they land in the entrance hall in front of seventh year student and loyal death eater wannabe, Severus Snape.

Dragon Light
The Paradox of Existence, NC-17, 114,916 words.
Warnings: (highlight for spoilers) *time-travel, romance*
Summary: On Assignment for Dumbledore, in the past, Harry sees his lover from a new perspective, that of a professor.

Crumbling Pedestal, PG-13, 165,789 words.
Warnings: (highlight for spoilers) *Non-Snarry pairing, time travel, *
Summary: Harry’s date with Voldemort at the conclusion of the Triwizard tournament didn’t go quite as planned. Fate steps in with a ‘unique’ opportunity, offering Harry the chance to live and mature in the past. For a while, anyway.

Jin Fenghuang
The Life of Another, R, 40,000 words.
Warnings: (Chan, both are 16) (highlight for spoilers) *Kissing and groping, chan, could be considered Alternate Reality, Time travel: Marauder era. Wish magic.*
Summary: When Vernon takes away his Hogwarts Letter, Harry makes a wish. A wish to have another life, to meet his parents and to go to Hogwarts. A wish that splits Harry in two and carries one Harry back in time, while the other lives on in the present.

The Return of the Prodigal, R, 27,007 words.
Warnings: (highlight for spoilers) *AU, time-travel*
Summary: When Harry is tossed backwards in time through a magical accident, he has no choice but to return the hard way. One day at a time.

Another Fine Mess, NC-17, 13,035 words.
Warnings: (Chan) (highlight for spoilers) *AU, teacher/student, underage (teenage) sex, accidental bonding, young bottom!Snape, hurt/comfort.*
Summary: An accident with a Time Turner has unexpected consequences for Severus Snape, especially when Harry comes to his rescue.

Meri Oddities/Meri
Escaping the Paradox, NC-17, 35,438 words.
Warnings: (highlight for spoilers) *AU, time-travel, mentor!Harry*
Summary: After Harry is thrown back in time to 1971, he has several choices to make.

Mia Ugly
Rapture, NC-17, 50,000 words. There is also an outtake Stand and Deliver and sequel, Blood (But Also Roses).
Warnings: (highlight for spoilers) *Epilogue Compliant, non-explicit Harry/Ginny, time-travel*
Summary: Snape sees the man, for the first time, on his twenty-fifth birthday.

A Pocket Watch Mystery, PG-13, 7,706 words.
Warnings: (highlight for spoilers) *Time-travel, cross-over, mystery, drama*
Prompt: Snarry crossover with Sherlock Holmes (new movie or books).

Sansa (Also known as Libby Drew)
A Time to Change, NC-17, 78,000 words. Read a review here.
Warnings: (Chan, 16-18)(highlight for spoilers) *Chan, 16-18, Romance, Angst, Drama, First Time, Time Travel*
Summary: Harry wishes he was never the Boy-Who-Lived and his wish is granted. Now he has to bear the consequences, namely sacrificing everything he has gained in order to save his world. He finds love along the way, but will it be snatched away from him just like everything else?

The Con Cept (Also known as Abstract Concept and Starry Gazer)
Body and Soul, NC-17, 18,000 words.
Warnings: (Chan, 17)(highlight for spoilers) *EWE, a brief wink to Pratchett, frottage and some fellatio.*
Summary: Harry travels back in time, Snape is a bit awkward, they both blush a lot, and Dumbledore plays the saxophone.

My Name is Cameron Sage, NC-17, 42,299 words.
Content/Warnings: (highlight for spoilers) *Domestic Abuse, Non-Con, Rape, Violence/Torture - NOT between Snape and Harry, Rimming*
Summary: Things are going poorly for the side of the light, and in a last-ditch effort to fulfill his destiny, Harry goes back in time to try again.
Review: You can find a review for "My Name is Cameron Sage" here.

Just Another Soldier in the War, NC-17, 35,000 words.
Warnings: (highlight for spoilers) *Character deaths (not Snape/Harry), torture (in war context).*
Summary: Being in the wrong place at the wrong time -- it happens sometimes to soldiers in the war, even when the soldier is Harry Potter.

Cockroach Clusters, Please, NC-17, 19,643 words.
Warnings: (highlight for spoilers) *Hurt/comfort, romance*
Summary: A defeat in a Knockturn Alley battle convinced Harry that he needed to learn more before he could even think about defeating Voldemort. A most unusual idea came to mind...

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