Kiril Dikov Dikov từ Varp, Maharashtra, Ấn Độ
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Next to the Deathly Hallows, this is my favorite book of the series. Amazing. Phenomenal. Genious. Etc, just like I've said for the rest of the series. In this book, the relationship between Harry and Dumbledore really strengthens. "The Minister told me that I was 'Dumbledore's man, through and through." "How very rude of him." "I told him I was." And Dumbledore begins to cry. I cried a lot in this book too, mostly because of Dumbledore, who knows his life is coming to an end, must pass on all of his knowledge to Harry. "Severus... please." This line gets me every time. Very emotional. I just love Dumbledore all around, and he plays a major role in this book in particular. He is so smart. He is kind to Harry, patient, but strict when necessary. Not "soft". I think that going around the business of defeating Voldemort by learning about his childhood was great. Learning how he thought he was superior, had no friends, enjoyed others' pain, and how he prized valuable items (the locket, the ring, the cup, the diadem).
I've read this a few times over the years. He's a beautiful writer.