• http://www.blogger.com/profile/9081238 Spencer

    Well I finally finished – I know, I’m slow. I never read at home, just on the train.

    I’ll agree with a few before and say that I knew Dumbledore was a goner. That said, I didn’t call Snape doing it. I still believe there’s more to this than meets the eye. The fact that Snape killed Dumbledore against Voldemort’s wishes but didn’t kill Harry is telling. Harry is not the skilled wizard – Snape could have killed him easily and didn’t. That and the fact that Snape being evil is just too easy.

    As for the formula thing – I think it’s nit-picky. I’m on the 6th book and I can’t wait for number 7. In most books where I’ve read that many of the series, I’ve grown tired of it. To me Goblet of Fire is still the best book, but this may be my next favorite.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/7286639 suze

    i agree with you about Snape. He was so adamant about the death eaters not harming harry – to leave him for Voldemort, but yet defied voldemort’s orders by killing Dumbledore. Much more than meets the eye….

    and thank you – i find the formula thing to be nit-picky too…just enjoy the books! :)

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