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Harry Potter’s Future Revealed

Posted by Daniel on July 30, 2007

SPOILER ALERT: Those who do not wish to know what happens to the characters after the book ends should stop reading here.  If you haven’t bought, started reading or finished reading the seventh and final Harry Potter book (Deathly Hallows), the information below (provided by J.K. Rowling) will certainly screw up your day.  So don’t look.  If, however, you just HAVE to know what happens, then by all means, scroll down.

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After the seventh book and the death of Voldemort…

Harry Potter, who always voiced a desire to become an Auror, or someone who fights dark wizards, was named head of the Auror Department under the new wizarding government headed by his friend and ally, Kingsley Shacklebolt.

His wife, Ginny Weasley, stuck with her athletic career, playing for the Holyhead Harpies, the all-female Quidditch team. Eventually, Ginny left the team to raise their three children — James, Albus and Lily — while writing as the senior Quidditch correspondent for the wizarding newspaper, the Daily Prophet.

Harry’s best friend Ron Weasley joined his brother, George, as a partner at their successful joke shop, Weasley’s Wizard Wheezes. Hermione Granger, Ron’s wife and the third person of the series’ dark wizard fighting trio, furthered the rights of subjugated creatures, such as house elves, in the Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures before joining the magical law enforcement squad. The couple had two children — Rose and Hugo.

Luna Lovegood, Harry’s airily distracted friend with a love for imaginary animals who joins the fight against Voldemort in the Order of the Phoenix, becomes a famous wizarding naturalist who eventually marries the grandson of Newt Scamander, author of “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.”

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One Response to “Harry Potter’s Future Revealed”

  1. Robguy said

    I liked the Goblet and Prisoner movies, but have never been swept up in the Potter mania.

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