5 thoughts on “Book is here!”

  1. ****WARNING! EXTREME SPOILERS BELOW****
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    Snape kills dumbeldore!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Snape is half blood prince!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    My first reaction was merriment because I was unlucky/lucky enough to stumble over the spoilers in the last chapters while only skimming to know whether Snape were still alive or not. It was an accident that I randomly chose the page which spoiled it all! Yes, randomly!! It was on p.594 (no, not 394; ) “‘Well … yes,’ said Hermione. ‘So … I was sort of right Snape must have been proud of being “half a Prince”, you see?”

    I was ecstatic Snape would be the Half-Blood Prince and that I was right about guessing the Adult cover edition represented his Potions manual. And then I caught what was slightly above that sentence: “called Tobias Snape, and then later an announcement saying that she’d given birth to a – ‘ ‘- a murderer,’ spat Harry. Talk about a cold shower!! From that moment, I couldn’t keep myself from skimming the pages furiously in search of the one Snape apparently killed until I read these words p. 574 “‘Snape killed Dumbledore,’ said Harry.” x_x Can you imagine my shock and indignation!?! I was flabbergasted and I swear it takes a lot to confound me as such! I skimmed the book and read part of the three last chapters in search of clues to not incriminate Snape wholly. When I found enough, I was able to rest and relax. Phew! Then I began reading the book as I should have! To think I was horrified that he would die … this is worst in a way!! Not that I don’t believe in Snape anymore, more like everyone may truly hate him now unless they also don’t buy Rolwing’s plot. Indeed, having her ‘pseudo-evil character’ kill Dumbledore bluntly was almost too obvious for our dear Rowling. It’s like saying: “In the end, Harry Potter killed Voldemort after a good fight, end of the story” That’s too obvious and beneath Rowling. HP fans (many of which are non-Snape fans) would have seen it coming from the first book on and there wouldn’t have been so much speculations going on. Snape’s betrayal looks too obvious for HP fans, at least I hope they think so as well!

  2. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    found an amazing discovery in the sixth book!
    pg. 609 (American version) chapter 28 harry reads the note that was in the Horcrux locket

    it is signed R.A.B. ——- which must be Regulus Black!!!!

    Sirius mentioned that his brother, Regulus, became a death eater in chapter 6 in book 5 (pg 112 American version). He was killed on Voldemort’s orders (b/c “he wasn’t ever important enough to be killed by Voldemort in person”). His death was 15 years previous to the 5th book.

    In the note, Regulus mentioned that he would probably be dead by the time that Voldemort read the note. He refers to Voldemort as the “Dark Lord”

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