Day 25: Satisfied With The Epilogue?

Ron, Hermione, Harry and Ginny. Nineteen years later...

As I have the Epilogue open in my lap ready to read through it…

[reading the sentences]

Yes, somewhat. Although, Lily in this photo is a blonde and in the book is a red-head, Weasley traits. They’re strong enough to be passed down. 🙂 It focused around the Golden Trio with their children with a glimpse of Draco Malfoy whose hair was receding somewhat with a wife (didn’t say who was the wife in the book but it has been rumored to be Astoria Greengrass) and a son who resembled his father, Scorpius. It was funny when James found out that Teddy Lupin (Remus and Tonks’ son) was snogging Victoire (the eldest child of Bill Weasley and Fleur Delacour). Victoire was James’ cousin so he was grossed out by that. [chuckles] I’m not sure if it showed in the movie that Ginny scowled at him saying, “You interrupted them? You are so like Ron –” haha, Ron’s traits are bound to show up somewhere in the five children the Trio had. 🙂 Yes, Five children. James, Albus and Lily are Harry and Ginny’s offsprings whilst Rose and Hugo are Ron and Hermione’s. I was delighted that they showed the conversation between Albus and Harry about Albus’ fear about being sorted into Slytherin. 🙂 I would like to see a glimpse into the childrens’ lives at Hogwarts with Longbottom being the Herbology professor and whose would be Headmaster/Headmistress (I have a feeling it is McGonagall).

~Portia

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One thought on “Day 25: Satisfied With The Epilogue?

  1. Curious to see your thoughts regarding the ending of the story (ie after the Battle of Hogwarts and the fixing of wands) – were you satisfied with that ending too?

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