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Absolutely. I just don't think that J.K.Rowling would feel comfortable sending that message out there, making so many readers feel so let down.Originally posted by rynbaskets:
You have to remember this is supposed to be a children's book, even though the targets are older children. I just cannot accept children's books suggesting that someone who trusted another completely was betrayed and killed mercilessly.
You're well within your rights, and I kinda agree with you.If this is what we are going to find out in the last installment, I am not sure if I could support HP series any more.
Dumbledore is not dead. Somehow he and Snape agreed that this would happen.
Do you think accomplished wizard like Dumbledore did not realize the locket was not real the minute he had it in his hand, when even Harry noticed it right away as soon as he picked it up? I agree with others that the locket at the Black house was THE Horcrux.
I agree that Neville would probably finish or help finish Bellatrix.
I think so too; I just think that would be too predictable.I do not think Harry is one of the Horcruxes. Dumbledore assumes the snake, Nagini (?), is one of them and says it is not really a good idea to make a living creature as a Horcrux because living things must die one day. So Voldemort will not have another living Horcrux.
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