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Sifted all plot points, all theories, and every statement Rowling has made to come up with... what's going to happen. -- The Atlantic Journal-Constitution, March 1, 2007

This wonderfully enthralled, believing, open book...tackles and heightens the suspense that has been building through the six Potter books. -- New York Times, February 11, 2007

About the Author

Emerson Spartz founded at age twelve, and currently studies business at the University of Notre Dame. Seventeen-year-old Ben Schoen has co-managed with Emerson since 2003, and oversees the Book 7 section of the website. He lives in Moundridge, Kansas. Andy Gordon is the creator and manager of MuggleNet's Harry Potter Encyclopedia. He lives in Nottingham, England, with his wife and two children. Gretchen Stull is a Pennsylvania native who received her undergraduate degree from Juniata College. She lives in Auburn, Alabama, where she is a graudate student at Auburn University. Nineteen-year-old Jamie Lawrence hails from Suffolk, England. He currently studies political science at the University of Durham, and loves all things Harry Potter.

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Product Details

  • Age Range: 8 and up
  • Grade Level: 3 and up
  • Paperback: 216 pages
  • Publisher: Ulysses Press (November 20, 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1569755833
  • ASIN: B002ACPMF4
  • Product Dimensions: 0.8 x 5.5 x 8.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (65 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,528,908 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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33 of 40 people found the following review helpful By C. Crockett on December 29, 2006
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase is probably one of the most comprehensive Harry Potter fan sites availabe today. If you are a Harry Potter fan and haven't checked this site out need to!

This book is's labor of love. The site is so devoted to Harry Potter, that it has produced this book as an answer to some of the questions stewing inside fellow Harry Potter fans after the close of Book 6, "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince". Topics this book explores include Dumbledore (is he *really* dead, or isn't he?), life debts (how is the life debt that Wormtail owes to Harry going to come into play?), the identity of R.A.B. (they deduced the same thing I had, and thats that the identity of R.A.B is none other than Regulus Black, Sirius's younger brother!), Questions surrounding the Horcruxes, Professor Snape (good or bad?), and so much more!. There is even a section that discusses each character in relation to their odds of living or dying in Book 7 -- each character receives a well-thought out statistic as far as what are the odds that they will not survive through Book 7, and then a short but detailed reason is given for that character's score. Why would they be a prime target, or perhaps, why *wouldn't* they be a prime target...

Like most unauthorized books discussing various aspects of the world of Harry Potter, this book is truly pure speculation -- albeit well-thought out and researched speculation. Let your imagination go wild, and ponder some of these nagging questions with all the zeal and fandom you can muster!

Admittedly, there isn't much in this book that can't be found on their website, or in a multitude of other Harry Potter "whats going to happen?
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38 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Nick DB on November 23, 2006
Format: Paperback
Everyone knows that JK Rowling gave Emerson Spartz of MuggleNet a personal interview in her own home a while back. Reading this book makes me wonder if she didn't leak a few major secrets about HP 7 to him in the process. This book's theories are so logical and well-thought out that they seem like they'll HAVE to happen. The authors take you through all the major plot points and loose ends that remain to be wrapped up in Book 7: Snape, Malfoy, Harry's Scar, Life Debts, the Horcruxes, the big battle, RAB, all the major relationships, and more. All their predictions are based on solid logic set up in previous books. There are no wild, crazy leaps in logic here (though some of their predictions are pretty bold and shocking--especially what they say about one of the Horcruxes!). In the end, of course, these are just theories and not the real thing. But these theories are a fantastic way to tide you over until the final HP book comes out. And they won't spoil the final book either, since only JK knows what will really happen. In fact, after reading this book, I'm more excited than ever for the final Harry Potter installment. Way to go, MuggleNet. You guys have made a great book.
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13 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Anistasia Beaverhausen on July 24, 2007
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Because there is nothing exclusive here. I dislike this book because it capitalizes on the ideas of the entire Harry Potter community. The ideas presented here do no belong solely to the authors; they belong to the many people who write and conjecture about the Harry Potter series publicaly (mostly online) every day. There is nothing about the authors of this book that make their ability to predict the what will happen any more authoritative than hundreds of other savvy fans, and their ideas have been shaped and influenced by years of discussion by thousands of people. As someone who has belonged for years to the internet Harry Potter community, it disgusts me that a handful of people would use the collective ideas of a community for their own gain. (Read: I would be cool with it if the profits went to charity.) If this is the best venue of Harry Potter prediction you've found, try looking around on the internet a bit, because what is here is not particularly exceptional.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan Appleseed VINE VOICE on April 29, 2007
Format: Paperback
What do you do if you're a Harry Potter fan and find the next three months far too long a wait for The Deathly Hallows? You reread all of the books yet again, consult the notes you may have taken, tighten up your theories, perhaps watch all of the films again, and spend hours and hours discussing your thoughts online, or perhaps trolling. And if that isn't enough, there's a wealth of books available. This happens to be the bestselling "ancillary" Harry Potter book on the market, and it's easy to understand why.

That it's from certainly helps. Comfortably into his dotage at the wizened age of 12, Emerson Spartz founded and created a phenomenon, the #1 Harry Potter fan site in the world with 20 million hits per month. (Now there's a word that you don't often hear in conjunction with Harry Potter: phenomenon. And JKR herself must have been jealous when the name Emerson Spartz was made known to her. It belongs in one of her books!)

Aside from the free advertising the book gets, it's also the most accessible of all, if also *perhaps* the most slanted. These guys know what they believe, and they stand firmly behind it, sometimes ignoring other theories out-of-hand, or not even discussing them. For example, in the Snape chapter, they come to a logical conclusion that misses a step or two. They say that when Snape catches Harry looking at one of his old memories in HBP (Snape's Worst Memory), Snape immediately knows that it's a memory of James because those are the only memories that Snape put into the Pensieve (that's the somewhat illogical "reasonable" conclusion they arrive at). What they don't consider is that Snape probably knows what Harry saw because Snape is an accomplished Legilimens and Harry isn't worth his weight in tea leaves as an Occlumens.
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