A single large image: Granger, surrounded by the spiral arms of the glowing Time-Twister, much like on [TW: gore] page 45. Granger is performing many tasks at once – ze is reading a book, writing on a parchment with one hand, holding zir wand in the other hand and using it to levitate the book and parchment, conjuring a fire to boil a potion that is overseen by Professor Snape, and transfiguring a pincushion into a hedgehog for Professor McGonagall.
PRESENT GRANGER: How much damage did I do, I wonder? Ever since the research came out, I have been plagued with thoughts of all the hours I took... Hours to study, when I could have worked harder in the time I had... Hours to rest – did I really need that rest more than the fabric of time needed to be whole? I was haunted by the story of the investigator who had picked up a shard of Voldemort's destroyed Time-Twister, and reappeared four years later... minus a few limbs, which waited six years instead...
One thing that never made it onto a page is the reason for the Time-Twister's clockwise spiral.
You activate the Time-Twister by twisting the tiny hourglass in the middle of the spiral (which has occasionally been visible, but is usually too small to see in the pictures), in a counterclockwise direction. So the line is,
Whenever you try to turn back time, you only wind it tighter.