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All is fair in love and war
Hermione finally realizes her true feelings for Ron and Harry finally falls in love with Ginny. It was exactly how it was supposed to be. Definitely.
~ Emma Watson (via reginageorgefalange)
2 years ago on 26 March 2012 @ 3:42am 156 notes
Ron trusts Harry. They’re good mates, so if he could pick anyone, Harry’s the best guy for Ginny.
~ Rupert Grint (via lovemylifelivemydreams)
2 years ago on 29 February 2012 @ 12:40pm 70 notes
Would it hurt to die? All those times he had thought that it was about to happen and escaped, he had never really thought of the thing itself: His will to live had always been so much stronger than his fear of death. Yet it did not occur to him now to try to escape, to outrun Voldemort. It was over, he knew it, and all that was left was the thing itself: dying.
~ Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
2 years ago on 14 July 2011 @ 3:59pm 41 notes
He could not see any of the people he loved, no hint of Hermione, Ron, Ginny or any of the other Weasleys, no Luna. He felt he would have given all the time remaining to him for just one last look at them; but then, would he ever have the strength to stop looking? It was better like this.
~ Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - The Forest Again
2 years ago on 14 July 2011 @ 3:54pm 64 notes
He wanted to shout out to the night, he wanted Ginny to know that he was there, he wanted her to know where he was going. He wanted to be stopped, to be dragged back, to be sent back home…
But he was home. Hogwarts was the first and best home he had known. He and Voldemort and Snape, the abandoned boys, had all found home here…
~ Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - The Forest Again
2 years ago on 14 July 2011 @ 3:44pm 187 notes
It’s as Yates said, lightning doesn’t strike twice. I think really one of the reasons that I think Harry Potter works is it’s culturally specific but it’s thematically universal. It’s about love and death and loss and friendship and loyalty and good versus evil. We all know characters like Harry, Ron and Hermione, we’ve all had teachers like Dumbledore or Snape or Lupin… We haven’t known too many Voldemorts, I hope. But these are people who are not… yes, they’re British, but I think they’re relatable to people all over the world.
~ David Heyman
2 years ago on 11 July 2011 @ 2:40pm 21 notes
I think we’re lucky ‘cause if we ever did a practical joke and got caught, we could just say that we’re practising for our roles.
~ James Phelps
2 years ago on 11 July 2011 @ 2:18pm 26 notes
She’s great, isn’t she? Always good value.
~ Ron about Luna
2 years ago on 9 July 2011 @ 10:50pm 26 notes

"Harry," Ron said over Hermione’s shoulder, "I…"

"It’s not a problem," said Harry, sickened by the pain in his head. "It’s your family, ‘course you’re worried. I’d feel the same way." He thought of Ginny. "I do feel the same way.”

2 years ago on 7 July 2011 @ 6:55pm 14 notes