Leaky’s Daily Quotedown to Deathly Hallows: 71 Days

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Sep 09, 2010

Posted by EdwardTLC

There are now only 71 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 are quotes for today and yesterday!

“Arthur,” Harry interrupted, “you know you’re being tracked, don’t you?”

“Is that a threat, Runcorn?” said Mr. Weasley loudly.

“No,” said Harry. “It’s a fact! They’re watching your every move –”

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, “The Muggle-Born Registration Commission”

“We’ll go somewhere more sheltered,” she agreed, shivering as she pulled on a sweatshirt over her pajamas. “I kept thinking I could hear people moving outside. I even thought I saw somebody once or twice.”

- Hermione Granger

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, “The Silver Doe”





38 Responses to Leaky’s Daily Quotedown to Deathly Hallows: 71 Days

Avatar ImageSilvery Doe says: lol! I had to read that first quote a couple times until I remembered what was going on. In the movies, I don't like when characters transform using polyjuice potion and keep their original voice. Do the movie makers do that so that people don't get confused?Avatar ImageMudblood_and_proud says: 2nd!!!!!! YAY! cannot WAIT 4 this movie 2 come out!!! i really wanna c it!!!!!!!!!!!! youtube: mudbloodandproud1996Avatar ImageSlyBones says: That first quote, I was like wow Mr. Weasley isn't all smiles and sunshine! Avatar Imagez999993 says: Yay! like 70 or 71 days left! Can't wait! By the way, I think Harry's a little too experienced with polyjuice potion. (If you know what i mean) :DAvatar Imagelunaisawesome says: the silver doe is my FAVORITE CHAPTER IN THE WHOLE SIRES!!!! and i think lots of people know why: ron. I nearly cried when he came back, and when i was having a real HP marathon (read deathly hallows out loud every night for 4 nights while we're camping in Michigan) i got to read this chapter. here was this one girl in our group who hadn't read it yet, and when i said "and there stood ron" and i had pput all of my eemotion into that word, "RON!" "ron..." she said "yes!" that was the greatest night of my life.Avatar Imageathena lupen says: i am soooooooooooo happy ron came back!!!!!!!!!!! :DAvatar ImageSohumdore says: THEY COULD HAVE HAD RON EARLIER IF THEY JUST SAID HIS NAME!!! >:(Avatar ImagejohnNoefan83 says: I'm both excited and apprehensive about the 7th and 8th movies. On the one hand I can't wait to see how the books are presented in movie form. On the other, this is the end :( I had what I'm calling a cleansing cry after I finished reading the last book, and I know there will be so many more tears after the movies. I just hope the fandom stays after the movies.Avatar Imagevicki_the_house_elf says: I'm so looking forward to the bit in the ministry, that bit in the book was so tense when they got caught and had to escape, then realising that Ron was badly hurt. The last two films are going to be one hell of a rollercoaster! <3 The Silver Doe <3 I'm still so torn over my opinion of Snape, he was so vile and evil to everyone, and yet he pledged to look out for Harry because he loved Lily so much. I know we won't be seeing it for another year but i hope Snapes death is the same as the book, i cried while reading that bit and i never cry for characters i don't like. (sorry went slightly off topic there :) Avatar ImageNumeroUnoFan says: wish she would have known it was ronAvatar ImageSusmita singh says: The 1st quote yes it was close, so close that i was afraid just because of Yaxely and Umbridge. Oh! I really wished Mr. Weasely to recognise Harry. But it didn't happen.Avatar ImageSusmita singh says: Oh, the 2nd one, yes its my favourite too because nothing bad happened in this chapter. And i liked the introduction of the doe very much.Avatar ImageSusmita singh says: Oh, the 2nd one, yes its my favourite too because nothing bad happened in this chapter. And i liked the introduction of the doe very much.Avatar Imageslayerbaby76 says: I can't wait to see if Hermione smacks Ron around like she does in the book...such a departure from her normal, well-composed self!Avatar ImageManveer says: I liked the breaking into the ministry best Ron was really confused LOLAvatar ImageGryffindor_Girl_xx says: Love the quotes!! x)Avatar Imageazaadpotter says: wish she would have known it was ronAvatar ImageFleur-de- Lily says: Love the quotes! Avatar ImageBless_the_children says: I really enjoyed the ministry break-in and the Gringotts heist, they had my heart literally racing. If you really look at the plans, they are not well-thought out, and no thought is given to what they should do if separated, discovered, injured or even captured. But, our trio is so brave and resourcful they manage to pull it off. Accio Deathly Hallow movie! - only 68.5 days :)Avatar ImageTheGleek77 says: I loved that part because Harry wasn't used to be talked to like that by a Weasly especially Mr. Weasley and in the second one I love how close Ron is but not able to find them and Silvery Doe : I get what you mean I hate that to because wouldnt' someone else be able to hear them?Avatar ImageLillylove says: I loved the interchange with Harry (as Runcorn) & Arthur in the ministry. Over & over Harry makes me love him more. Struggling to stay "in character" he still must do everything he can to protect those he loves. Avatar Imageginnyshiel says: I like how Jo describes how fear works and how you can change it with just a little courage. Oterhwise it's an vivious circle because there won't be anyone who will help you. Everybody should help people next to him and not only people on the other end of the world (with money or protest).Avatar Imageginnyshiel says: I like how Jo describes how fear works and how you can change it with just a little courage. Oterhwise it's an vivious circle because there won't be anyone who will help you. Everybody should help people next to him and not only people on the other end of the world (with money or protest).Avatar ImageDawna says: These are great quotes! I had to think on the first one for a minute, because Harry is calling Mr. Weasley by his first name, but I reread it & understood what scene it was. Hermione's hopelessness & wanting to move away from that site, missing Ron, when it was Ron looking for them. So touching.Avatar Imagemystiqueminx says: that second quote,,,,, it was Ron that Hermione heard and saw,,,,,"silver doe" is my favourite chapter,,,,,,,Avatar Imagetaoist1 says: I hope the quote about the elevator scene with Mr Weasley and Harry as Runcorn is in the movie. It's such a powerful part. Avatar Imagenimbus2010 says: @skybones yeah that's so weird seeing a weasley (besides percy) without a smile on their face!Avatar Imageforgetmenot_007 says: YAHA!!! Can't wait anymore!!!!Avatar ImageRosie016 says: I just read this part in the book! Hurray, these days are going by quick, seems like yesterday was the 100 days left countdown!Avatar Imagehermionenluna says: :) Avatar Imageharrypotterfreak101 says: Love the quotes! Especially the first one!Avatar ImageAl Sev Potter says: Haha nice, can't wait, especially with the whole scandal at the ministry and seeing Umbridge again, Avatar ImageSindi says: 71 daaays leeeeft! 71 daaaays leeeeft! * Singing* :D Avatar Imagekiwimci says: Ron's back!! Yay!! < Genuine DH reactionAvatar Imagemollyollyoxenfree8 says: Loved the first one. Took me a moment tho. Then I was like ohhhhhhh duh!Avatar ImageGiant Squid says: Awesome quotes!Avatar ImageNot Slytherin says: I love Harry's composure in the ministry scene -- trying to warn Mr. Weasley when he was in such a precarious position. And, I love Mr. Weasley's bravery for staying at the Ministry during the bad times. Oh, man. This second quote ... Ron was so close. As much as I hated his leaving, I think he learned to be a man in this book. To think of him, working so hard to get back to H&H ... then the locket vision ... oh, Ron!Avatar Imagehewy says: I so hope and pray that they stay mostly true to the book. Just finished reading it again (5th or 6th time) and still cry over Dobby, Snape and Fred!

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