Chapter Nine A Place to Hide (Daily Ch by Ch review of Deathly Hallows)

Chapter Nine A Place to Hide

Spoiler Alert. If you haven’t read the chapter, then stop! Go back, read it, and then please return and share your

 thoughts and reviews.

This chapter is lit off with the last words from chapter eight. Kingsley Schacklebot’s Patronus falls eerily into the wedding party: The Ministry has fallen. Scrimgeour is dead. They are coming. The trio apparate from the scene and suddenly find themselves in the middle of London (I assume. Could be Glasgow or Edinburgh for all I know). Hermoine shows us she continues to play den mother with her never ending purse. Then the cafe fight. It’s probably one of my most favorite, to be honest. I don’t know why. It smacks of urban fantasy which is a bit of a no no for me. I think its because the kids are officially on their own here. They have grown up. Its in this scene they prove they can survive a magic battle without a string of clues, appearing magical swords or luck. It is here where the trio show their stuff. It promises much more for the rest of the story.

How about Ron’s sudden taste for blood though? Woah. His suggestion of killing them seemed, I don’t know, creepy and a bit non-chalant. “Hey. Should we get the car washed today, and then after kill a man?” Maybe this is further proof that their adventure has become really serious.

Alright. What did you think of chapter nine?

Advertisements

One thought on “Chapter Nine A Place to Hide (Daily Ch by Ch review of Deathly Hallows)

  1. Just how lost would Harry and Ron be without Hermoine? Wonder if she ever got the least little bit jealous because Harry got so much credit when she was the one there holding his hand all the way?

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s