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Mugglenet.Com's What Will Happen in Harry Potter 7: Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Falls in Love and How Will the Adventure Finally End Paperback – November 20, 2006
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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
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This book is Mugglenet.com'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?Read more ›
That it's from mugglenet.com certainly helps. Comfortably into his dotage at the wizened age of 12, Emerson Spartz founded mugglenet.com 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.Read more ›
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In 2007, Harry Potter fever was in full swing. The fifth movie was about to come out, and the book series was drawing to a close with the seventh book inching closer to release on... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jake
I bought this book several years ago before "Deathly Hallows" was released. It's full of explanations and theories of various aspects of Harry Potter that everyone was wondering... Read morePublished on January 31, 2009 by Leslie Rata'
Mugglenet has struck gold with it's speculations on the outcome of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. Read morePublished on April 13, 2008 by A. Brookshire
I HAVE FOUND THIS BOOK TO BE VERY INTERESTING. ALTHOUGH THE BOOK HAS SINCE COME OUT, I STILL ENJOYED READING THE MATERIAL.Published on December 18, 2007 by Rita A. Jones
Though admittedly few people see much point in reading this book now that the final istalment of Harry Potter has already been read and is now safely tucked in our book-shelves, I... Read morePublished on September 3, 2007 by E. Williams
Not only were the predictions incorrect, Now that book 7 is out who would want to read this?Published on August 30, 2007 by Tigerpaws
After reading the final installment of Harry Potter I would def. say this a must read. First, it is a quick summary and primer of important info in the past six books. Read morePublished on August 26, 2007 by Elle Vizya