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1. The Dark Lord Ascending 2. In Memoriam 3. The Dursleys Departing 4. The Seven Potters 5. Fallen Warrior 6. The Ghoul in Pyjamas 7. The Will of Albus Dumbledore 8. The Wedding 9. A Place to Hide 10. Kreacher's Tale 11. The Bribe 12. Magic is Might 13. The Muggle-Born Registration Commission 14. The Thief 15. The Goblin's Revenge 16. Godric's Hollow 17. Bathilda's Secret 18. The Life and Lies of Albus Dumbledore 19. The Silver Doe 20. Xenophilius Lovegood 21. The Tale of the Three Brothers 22. The Deathly Hallows 23. Malfoy Manor 24. The Wandmaker 25. Shell Cottage 26. Gringotts 27. The Final Hiding Place 28. The Missing Mirror 29. The Lost Diadem 30. The Sacking of Severus Snape 31. The Battle of Hogwarts 32. The Elder Wand 33. The Prince's Tale 34. The Forest Again 35. King's Cross 36. The Flaw in the Plan 37. Nineteen Years Later

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
Chapter two: In Memoriam

‘Oh, when you’ve been a journalist as long as I have, working to a deadline is second nature. I knew that the wizarding world was clamouring for the full story and I wanted to be the first to meet that need.’

I mention the recent, widely publicised remarks of Elphias Doge, Special Advisor to the Wizengamot and long-standing friend of Albus Dumbledore’s, that ‘Skeeter’s book contains less fact than a Chocolate Frog Card.’

Skeeter throws back her head and laughs.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
Chapter six: The Ghoul in Pyjamas

His voice tailed away: he was thinking of all the things he should have asked Dumbledore, and of how, since the Headmaster had died, it seemed to Harry that he had wasted so many opportunities, when Dumbledore had been alive, to find out more … to find out everything …

The silence was shattered as the bedroom door flew open with a wall-shaking crash. Hermione shrieked and dropped Secrets of the Darkest Art; Crookshanks streaked under the bed, hissing indignantly; Ron jumped off the bed, skidded on a discarded Chocolate Frog wrapper and smacked his head on the opposite wall, and Harry instinctively dived for his wand before realising that he was looking up at Mrs Weasley, whose hair was dishevelled and whose face was contorted with rage.

‘I’m so sorry to break up this cosy little gathering,’ she said, her voice trembling. ‘I’m sure you all need your rest … but there are wedding presents stacked in my room that need sorting out and I was under the impression that you had agreed to help.’

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
Chapter seven: The Will of Albus Dumbledore

‘Come on, then, open Hermione’s!’ said Ron.

She had bought him a new Sneakoscope. The other packages contained an enchanted razor from Bill and Fleur (‘Ah yes, zis will give you ze smoothest shave you will ever ’ave,’ Monsieur Delacour assured him, ‘but you must tell it clearly what you want … ozzerwise you might find you ’ave a leetle less hair zan you would like …’), chocolates from the Delacours and an enormous box of the latest Weasleys’ Wizard Wheezes merchandise from Fred and George.

Harry, Ron and Hermione did not linger at the table, as the arrival of Madame Delacour, Fleur and Gabrielle made the kitchen uncomfortably crowded.