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The only topic of conversation this weekend

So, I finished the book. I liked a *lot* of it. I rolled my eyes at some of it. But...


Anyone want to talk about it, pitch up in the comments. I've got an appointment with some hardcore this afternoon (oh, get your minds out of the gutter, it's rubble, I'm building a couple of walkways for my nascent vegetable garden) but aside from that my only duty today is dubbing DVDs for a couple of people.


Jul. 21st, 2007 10:36 pm (UTC)
That explanation of why Snape killed Dumbledore was so exactly, word for word, entirely what I thought must have happened - save Draco from becoming a murderer, gunna die anyway; I couldn't understand how people didn't suspect Snape might be good based on Dumbledore's continued trust in him. I mean, seriously, isn't Dumbledore's judgment sort of trusted in these things?

The only other point that I had made when I read HBP is that by having Snape kill off the dying Dumbledore, Snape could also get some mileage out of it in terms of ingratiating himself with Voldy... that's why he needed a frozen witness that he did it.

After reading all the memories I had to go back and re-read the death scene. Harry has Lily's eyes. Awwwwww....