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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...

Oh, SNAPE

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.

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kirbyfest
Jul. 21st, 2007 11:16 pm (UTC)
::sniff::

What killed me far more than I'd have expected was Dobby's sacrifice and death. I didn't even LIKE him, but it was another loss in the horrible string of losses that were inevitable in this book, and for some reason it really broke me up.

But then, so many things did.
corianderstem
Jul. 22nd, 2007 12:02 am (UTC)
Me too! I hate those damn house elves. And here I am, getting all teary.

Hedwig's death did nothing to me. I kind of laughed and said "starting off easy, are we, Ms. Rowling?"
kirbyfest
Jul. 22nd, 2007 12:38 am (UTC)
I know-- I felt bad for Harry, not as much because it was Hedwig per se.

I kept tearing up and having to calm down throughout the book. And I have to admit that while I was sure that at least on Weasley would die, I was hoping so damn hard it wasn't one of the twins. It killed me.

We're not even going to talk about Tonks and Lupin, because I don't have Kleenex handy right now.