In July, the last of the 7 Harry Potter books will see the light of
day. Whether that is a blood red day because all filthy halfbloods
have been murdered or a bright and sunny day as all major characters
survived and all the bad guys/galls repented and got pardoned...
After reading the book, everyone's going to say "I always knew it
would end this way". So I'm putting my predictions in writing
- If she followes the line of the previous books, everything is going
to continue to go darker and fouler all the time. So Voldemort ought
to win and Harry potter ought to end up as the main dish. I do,
however, predict that Harry (and his two closest friends) will
- I really liked "Dumbledore's army". Those youngsters seemed to
succeed quite well in holding their own agains some of the better
of Voldemort's troops. They'll have a job to do in this book and
they'll be quite a pain in Voldemort's backside.
- Prediction: Snape will be the hero after all. Hard to figure out
with all the possible treason and possible counter-treason going
on around him. Snape is one of the best wizards
available. Dumbledore trusted him for a reason.
- I think we'll see a quite nice double effect from the twins. On the
one side they'll provide a lot of comic relief. On the other side,
they'll really be the arsenal of Dumbledore's army. They've
practically already mechanised wizard warfare. You can now perform
magical feats you couldn't otherwise do by buying them. Especially
protection (=armour) against powerful spells. Now if they could only
get Voldemort to eat that special cake that would turn him into a
nice cuddly pink rabbit with green ears...
There, I've said it. Now it is up to reality to prove me wrong :-)
While I'm at it, let me link
to a great collection of Harry Potter
drawings . If you liked the books, browse