Deathly Hallows, Chapter One

Well, here we are. Book seven. Building this site has been an incredible ride all the way through, but I’ve really, *really* been looking forward to this one. For one thing, far more art has been drawn for this book than any other, which means really high quality pages. But for another, I can’t imagine there will ever be another experience like reading through this book. Our questions, finally, are being answered. And we, finally, will know what happens to the characters we’ve come to know and love so well. But we’re in for a wild ride in the meantime….

Let’s kick things off, shall we? :) Happy book seven!

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, chapter one: ‘The Dark Lord Ascending’

~ by Josie on November 12, 2010.

3 Responses to “Deathly Hallows, Chapter One”

  1. Our questions are finally being answered – and we also get answers for questions we never even thought of asking. In this book, we find out what Luna’s radish earrings really are, and why Harry was able to ride a broom so well without being taught. And neither of these snippets of information matter in the slightest!

  2. @ Billie, I don’t think I’ve noticed answers to either of those things in DH. Can you elaborate?

  3. Luna’s radishes are dirigible plums, which Xenophilius Lovegood claims “enhance the ability to accept the extraordinary.” (Ch. 20) And Harry rode a toy broomstick as a baby (Ch. 10), so when he rode a real broomstick ten years later, it was something he’d already learned to do.

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