Saturday, July 21, 2007

Harry Potter Book 7 spoilers

We're moments away from the official book launch of the latest and last Harry Potter novel. The box containing (see my gallery) stated that it will not be open until July 21, 2007. Well some folks violated that agreement with Scholastic and ruined the magic by spreading spoilers over the internet. so which spoilers are true? I've read some spoilers and what you'll about to see are the real ones

DO NOT READ THE FOLLOWING LINES - SPOILER ALERT!

(HIGHLIGHT THE FOLLOWING TEXTS AT YOUR OWN RISK)



Ron dies.
Lupin dies.
Percy dies
Voldemort dies.
Snape dies.
Details aren?t needed. Just say BELLATRIX KILLS RON!

As many people guessed, all was not what it seemed with Dumbledore, and the two did indeed have a plan that would eventually result in Snape killing him. But, Snape was only in on things for personal gain, and when Voldemort learns of this, he is obviously furious with Snape. Snape tries to make up for things by luring Harry to him, but Harry manages to escape, and Voldemort kills Snape before the final conflict.

Ron is killed by Bellatrix Lestrange in The Battle of Hogwarts, but Neville manages to finish off Bellatrix after Ron weakens her before his death.

Harry Potter is not a horcrux.

Voldemort kills Snape.

Voldemort is killed in the Department Of Mysteries. He baits Harry Potter about his parents, Sirius, Dumbledore and Ron. which turns out to be the worst thing Voldemort could have done. As Voldemort steps out into the circular bit with many doors, Harry Potter opens the locked door, and Voldemort is destroyed by the blinding light, which heals Harry Potter, who seems close to death (he does not die).

The cover art shows Voldemort + Harry Potter at the Deathly Hallows, Harry Potter is attempting to summon Voldemort?s Horcrux, as Voldemort is doing his best to keep the enchantment in place.



SPOILERS END HERE

Wanted to clear things up, AN EPIC NOVEL DOESN'T MEAN THAT THE HERO ALWAYS DIE IN THE END like what some all-knowing-person told me


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