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Deathly Hallows

on July 30, 2007

I loved it. Now on my first reread.

I was quite cut up about Lupin and Tonks but at least we didn’t have to see it happen. The Engineer thought that made it worse though. Dobby’s death was really sad too – such a lot of places to cry in this book, sometimes even happy tears – Percy reconciling with the Weasleys was an utterly brilliant scene. And Dudley at the beginning… well I can’t start listing all the bits I loved or hated.
So I’ll just say one of the great things about the epilogue is that the painting shown here is now canon, and the baby even has a name. 🙂

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