Saturday, July 21, 2007

The ending of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

The wait is over. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, the seventh and final (thank god!) book in the Harry Potter series is out in bookstores. I've watched all the Harry Potter movies including the one currently showing in cinemas (it's so boring that I can fall asleep) but I have yet to read any Harry Potter book. Really. But this being the last book in the series, I thought I should go and find out the ending for you guys. What really happened at the end of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows? Well, are you guys ready? Here goes...

Voldemort: Dumbledore didn't tell you who your real father is?

Harry Potter: What are you talking about?

Voldermort: Harry, I'm your father!

Harry Potter: No!!!!!!!!

Both Harry and Voldermort then blast each other to death with their magic spells.

The end of Harry.


Ha! Ok that's not the real ending. Although it sounds very familiar, doesn't it? Hehe. Here's the real ending. From
# Albus Dumbledore is really dead. But it was all part of his plan.
# Severys Snape dies while fighting opposing Voldemort.
# The centaurs and giants fight for good. Grawp and the giants fought for Voldemort.
# Mrs. Weasley kicks ass! Enough to defeat Bellatrix Lestrange.
# Voldemort was defeated when his own Avada Kedavra backfired.
# Nineteen years later, Harry Potter and Ginny Weasley are seeing their three children off. James, Albus, and Severus all board the Hogwarts Express. So are Rose and Hugo, the kids of Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger.
# Draco Malfoy is also there with his son Scorpius. He and Harry Potter make eye contact, and nod to each other.
Damn it. I want Potter dead! Grrrrr.

Update: Harry Potter's Wikipedia page has already been updated (Thanks heather, GeekGod):
Harry witnesses Voldemort killing Snape, but before he dies Snape hands over memories that inform Harry that he, Harry, must be killed by Voldemort, because he constitutes a seventh Horcrux that Voldemort isn't even aware of. Heavy of heart, he slips off on his own to do so. However, the "death" he is dealt is not permanent, due to the bond between him and Voldemort, but his willingness to die triggers strong protections on the people of Hogwarts similar to the protections he received as a child from his mother's sacrifice.

Another battle ensues, Nagini is killed, and Harry is now prepared to finally kill Voldemort. Unbeknownst to Voldemort, the Elder Wand, which he has stolen from Dumbledore's grave, does not obey the wizard who wields it, but the wizard who owns it; and Harry has become its rightful owner. It thus refuses to execute the killing curse on Harry, and the curse rebounds on Voldemort, who finally dies.

After the end of the battle and the requisite fete, Harry slips away to visit the portrait of Dumbledore. He plans to keep the cloak, but to take the other two Hallows out of circulation—one dropped in the forest and the other returned to Dumbledore's grave. Dumbledore approves.


Anonymous said...

Ya! Kill the Potter boy!

Anonymous said...

>Voldermort: Harry, I'm your father!

Hahahaha!!! Brilliant dude. Brilliant.

Anonymous said...

Damn you.


I wanna read the book.

Anonymous said...


Harry, I'm your father!!!

Anonymous said...

I thought you are going to buy the book and do a real review for us fans. Heeeeee.

Anonymous said...

IZ: I like your ending better.

Anonymous said...

hahahaha!!!! good one!!!

Anonymous said...

# Nineteen years later, Harry Potter and Ginny Weasley are seeing their three children off.

What the fuck?

Anonymous said...

Harry Potter and Ginny Weasley got married and have kids? Oh, no!

JDsg said...

IZ: I enjoy reading your blog and no offense, but... your opinions on some recent movies (e.g., Spiderman 3 and the latest Harry Potter movie) are so ... uh ... backwards that I'm going to have to take them the other way around. (IZ's bored with it? It must be a good movie then. ;) )

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the spoiler without warning. I'm sure the world needs more than just Wikipedia to tell us what the ending for the book is. IZ Reloaded, great job.

PS. Thanks to you, the $60+ for the book was worth it. :)

Anonymous said...

Weasley gets Hermione?! No way! Impossible. Hermione is much too spirited and too intelligent to ever be satisfied with Weasley. If she can't have Harry (and I submit she has ALWAYS carried a torch for him), she'd stay single first. But Ron Weasley? That is taking absolutely no account of real life.

Anonymous said...

lol I never cared for the Potter books although I love the movies. Was planning to hunt down the spoilers on my own but now I no longer have to.


Kristian said...

Maybe you could be more considerate and post a spoiler warning?