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- Apr 25, 2004
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book 7..what to say
I hate how the book was so predictable. It seems almost like she made Harry live in order to please her readers, but to me that ending just doesn't feel right. Even with Voldemort gone and defeated, Harry will always be set apart from everyone else. His life has always been filled with purpose, but with Voldemort dead what's left for him? There's no one left that he can identify with, no one that fully understands what he's been through. Before he's always had his goal in front of him, something to give him strength to get through his difference from the rest of the world, but without this to keep him going he is truly alone. I think it would've been more appropriate for him to die and be reunited with those he loved (his parents, sirius, dumbledore) and to truly be happy, once and for all. That's just me.
I'm bad doing a double post, but I'm lazy and didn't want to edit, I hate editing quotes. :halo:
I liked it. All his life, he had this fame from something truly awful happening to him. He never knew what he did, or wanted to be famous, all it did was seperate him from society somewhat, put him in the spotlight and make him an oddity. It was like this dark cloud hanging over his head, particulary in the last couple books. All he wanted was to have a family, and be a normal person. And that's what happened. He could not get his parents back, but he had a happy life, surrounded by people he loves. He's no longer 'the chosen one', he can finally do what he wants.