The ending of Harry Potter explainedIt is set 19 years after Voldemort's defeat at the Battle of Hogwarts. They are at King's Cross to see off their two boys to Hogwarts , where Neville Longbottom is now the Herbology professor. James, the eldest, is already at Hogwarts, while Albus Severus, 11, is starting his first year. Lily, age 9, is moaning — very much as Ginny did in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone — about being unable to go. Also present are Ron and Hermione , likewise married and with their own two children, Rose, who is also just starting Hogwarts, and Hugo. Ron tells Harry he has just passed a Muggle driving test after confunding the examiner — but he does not want Hermione to know.
LET'S SUMMARIZE - HARRY POTTER & THE DEATHLY HALLOWS (Harry Potter Book 7)
Nineteen Years Later
by J.K. Rowling
Thursday 10 October UK News feed. We all know what's going to happen in this book, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, supposedly the final episode in the Harry Potter series. In the first few pages Voldemort announces again: "I must be the one to kill Harry Potter, and I shall be. We know what's going to happen, but we've had to wait to see exactly how it will take place and how it will turn out. Harry Potter early copies for sale on eBay. J K Rowling angered by US 'spoilsports'.
For millions across the globe, the Harry Potter book and film series was the closest thing they'd ever come to experiencing actual magic. The journey of the young wizard, from a stowaway orphan who lived under the stairs at his cruel aunt's home into the prophesied hero who defeated the world's darkest villain, was nothing short of epic. The final installment of the story was as complex and — at times — bleak as it needed to be, to wrap up seven chapters' worth of sorcerer storytelling. So, to make sure you caught everything important there at the end, let's shed a little lumos light on everything that happened in the conclusion to the Harry Potter saga. In the opening shot of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part 2 , dementors loomed over Hogwarts Castle, and Professor Snape — who'd never exactly been the cheery sort himself — observed from on high how much devastation the Dark Lord's looming presence had caused his school. Students marched in silence without glee. His new administrative minions, the Carrow siblings, wreaked havoc on the students themselves, and long gone were the halcyon days when the worst thing that could happen to a young wizard was costing his house some precious points.