Discuss the fifth book in the Harry Potter series
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Forlong wrote:When Harry wanted to speak to Sirius after seeing Snape's memory, why didn't he just use the two-way mirror? Duh!
No, thats proof that Forlong's an idiot.
mynameiskerry_xo wrote:mistress-mu wrote:I think it's supposed to be ironic...
He stowed it away without opening it and finding out what it was -- vowing never to use it, because he didn't want to be the one who put Sirius in danger.
Me too. I agree with Daxxa too, I think JK's writing was really good because it made the reader forget about ti too, well it worked for me anyway!
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Phoenix89 wrote:It's what makes him human. He makes mistakes, as do we all. Preferably, I wouldnt be nearly as happy with the series if Harry were a perfect hero who never made poor decisions. It reflects real life...and that's something I really value.
Yeah, me too. In fact, this is one of the reasons why I prefer the books than the movies. The movies seem to make Harry look like a perfect hero.
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Do you think Sirius needed to have his mirror with him so he could talk to Harry and that's why he might not have mentioned it when Harry saw him through the fireplace.
Sirius probably thought Harry knew about the Mirror but might have thought Harry didn't have his mirror with him.
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