This is my 100th article, and I nothing would be more appropriate than a Harry Potter tribute. Well, perhaps a Lord of the Rings tribute... but let's face it, Tolkien's not writing any more books these days, and Rowling is!
This summer is going to be an exciting one for Harry Potter fans. The fifth movie: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix is set to release in theaters July 13 and the last book: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows will be released July 21.
I must say, I have never looked forward to buying a book in my entire life. All of my theories, all of my suppositions will finally be confirmed or proved false with this book. So many questions answered... and my thesis will finally be completed. (Yeah, I know. Technically it's done, but that doesn't mean I've stopped working on it) And, of course, we will all know the biggest question of all: Will Harry live or die?
Of course, a big part of the fun is debating on what you think is going to happen next. Is Harry a horcrux? Will he die? Will he be able to kill Voldemort? If he uses an unforgivable curse on Voldemort, will he be any better than the dark lord?
I am, of course, re-reading each of the books to prepare for the final release, and watching the movies to prepare for the fifth movie's release. I actually keep these things separate in my mind, because the movies and books do not always flow so well together.
I don't know how many Pottheads JU has, but I know I can't be the only one. So, let's get the debates started!
Will Harry die?
Who else will die?
Is "RAB" Sirius' brother, Regulus?
Is the locket mentioned at Sirius' house the horcrux Dumbledore was after?
Is "love" the key?
Is Harry a Horcrux?
What are the Deathly Hallows, and where are they and why are they important?
What questions do you have?