Leaky's Daily Quotedown to Deathly Hallows: 74 Days
September 06, 2010, 03:08 PM
There are now only 74 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!
"The little ball of light was hovering there, waiting for me, and when I came out it bobbed along a bit and I followed it behind the shed and then it . . . well, it went inside me."
- Ron Weasley
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, "The Silver Doe"
Thanks for the funny, but true comment, Maxtina Potter! I thought Bella was way too mopey and full of herself in a sense to be a good herione. Hermione on the other hand is a character who is more independent. She missed Ron terribly, but still kept on helping Harry. WIse old Dumbledore hardly interacted much with Hermione or Ron, but he knew them well just the same. A good quote!
Ever since maybe the second or third book i was always waiting for Ron to go and do something stupid like leaving Harry and Hermione when they needed him most, it was just a given, so i wasn’t surprised when he stormed off in DH…
@ Maxtina Potter I’m a big Twilight Fan but I really do agree with you. The characters in the Twilight Saga are stagnate, predictable and all have a happy ending (for the most part). Whereas the HP series incorporates dynamic, unpredictable characters who aren’t guaranteed a happy ending.
I love how all the characters have their faults and make mistakes. Even Dumbledore. I hated Ron for leaving Hermione and Harry, but of coarse he came back! :D Why does November have to be so far away?
Ah love it! I was really shocked when Ron left, I didn’t think he would because the trio had been so solid most of the time but I always hoped he would reappear, and when he saved Harry, oh it was amazing! Dumbledore’s a smart one ;) I think it’s great that Jo made the characters so realistic, not many 18 year olds would be able to cope either and she brings across that realness so well.