Leaky's Daily Quotedown to Deathly Hallows: 60 Days
September 21, 2010, 12:34 AM
There are now only 60 days left until "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I" hits theaters! We are posting a quote from the first half of the book every day in celebration and to give us a chance to discuss and ponder the final book as it goes to film. Here is today's quote!
"I'll prove who I am, Kingsley, after I've seen my son, now back off if you know what's good for you!"
- Arthur WeasleyHarry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
, "Fallen Warrior"
I <3 the WEASLEYS!! cant wait!!
my timer says 58 days too:/
arthur weasley is a great character:)
my fave arthur wealsey moment was when he couldn’t get through the train station and harry had to do it for him:P :D
Authur is a BA.
Way to go Mr.Weasley !
Arthur is one of my favorite characters! It is a shame that he had to lose a son during the Battle of Hogwarts:/ He is the silly dad everyone wants/needs!! I <3 Arthur!!
You tell him Arthur. Can’t believe it’s less than 2 months now!!!
gotta love Arthur when it comes to his children, hes so bada$$
I really enjoy reading the daily quotes. Brings back great moments from the book. GOOD STUFF Leaky!
i love the uniform at the picture…, i ordered it inline last week ;) i only need an cloak for halloween and than it’s perfect!! :D
i love this fatherly emotion that over takes mr weasley! it only proves that love is the strongest weapon we have!!!! and i have to say poor weasley family because i think they are one group that suffered the worst during the war, first george and then they lost fred!
Awwwwwww…………Fatherly love! FRED! Why did he have to die!!!????!!!
@taoist1 The Hunger Games trilogy is remotely able to fill that hole. Check it out if you haven’t already.
I love this Mr. Weasley quote because throughout most of the books he’s a gentle, unassuming father figure who generally caves in to Mrs. Weasley, but here he shows how fiercely he cares about his children.
Taoist1, the only series that ever transported me into an alternative reality as compelling as the Potterverse was The Lord of the Rings. But I have found some more recent fantasy series that, while not exactly filling the HP void, did at least distract me for a while from it. Ones that come immediately to mind are His Dark Materials by Philip Pullman, Jonathan Stroud’s Bartimaeus Trilogy and anything and everything by Guy Gavriel Kay and Neil Gaiman (N.B. some of Neil’s works are inappropriate for younger readers, if you are one). Also, it’s a little outside the epic fantasy realm, but The Hitch-Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy series is very involving and has fantastic characters, even if it is extremely silly. Meanwhile, I keep hoping for something new to come out that will truly engage me on a sustained emotional level like HP did. If all else fails I may just have to write something myself!
Hmmm…. I don’t recall this part. :(
That fact devastates me that I, ME, can’t remember that. But its freaking awesome!!! MR. WEASELY ROCKS!!!