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J.K. Rowling goes Beyond the Epilogue

J.K. Rowling has announced in a new interview with that the epilogue of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was vague on purpose. She admitted her original epilogue was "a lot more detailed," but now that Book 7 is in our hands, J.K. no longer has to hold back any information about Harry Potter, and has now given us a lot of new details about the story and the characters.

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When can we expect to see the book Hogwarts, A History, in print? It sounds like it would be as interesting as the rest of the series.

Posted by Roger from Melbourne, Florida on October 24, 2007 05:54 AM

Wow. That's really great to know what happens to all of the characters. Thanks Jo!

Posted by Sarah on October 24, 2007 2:51 PM

I REALLY think that J.K.Rowling needs to continue the series. She should continue with James, Lily, or Albus. If she doesn't, (we know that she won't), I would love it if she wrote that encyclopedia that everyone is talking about. It would also be cool if she made Harry's family tree. Starting with the Peverell Brothers going all the way down to Harry, showing how they are related. I would also like to know who marries who and all of that. She could even do Hermione's, showing that she had magical blood in her somewhere, and that's how she got it. The Weasley's would be nice too. Anyway, if she did a family tree for Harry, it would probably show Harry's great-great-grandparents middle names, though I have no idea why people would want to know them. It would also be cool if J.K.Rowling actually went and wrote out that book "The Life and Lies of Albus Dumbledore", that would be so cool to read! Hogwarts, A History, might also be a good idea since Hermione is always talking about it.

Posted by Ginny P. from Fulham, London on October 29, 2007 3:27 PM

You're right Ginny P.! Maybe Hermione is related to the one Granger Slughorn told her about in their first lesson with him.

Posted by C.J. from Utah on October 31, 2007 12:28 PM

Does Harry become an auror in the end? Or do they no longer need aurors because voldemort is , and the eaters don't exist anymore?

Posted by Fionn from London on November 4, 2007 12:42 PM

Today I was thinking about the Dursleys and I really want to know what happens to them after the end of the series. Did Harry ever meet them again? Did they ever apologise to him about the way they treated him?

Posted by Prongs from Athens,Greece on November 4, 2007 12:46 PM

Interestingly, none of the trio (Harry-Ron-Hermionie) fought he last battle at hogawarts with their own wand. (Harry-Draco melfoy's, Hermionie-Bellatrix and Ron-Wormtail's), do they keep them (harry replaces draco's for his own) or do they get a new wand for themselves now that ollivander be back in business. (hermione sure needs one as that of bellatrix did not work proerly for her)

Posted by swati from India on November 4, 2007 9:31 PM

I think it would be really cool if JK made a prequal of the life of Albus Dumbledore. From how he was at school, when he defeated Grindlewald and then somehow to the point when he met Harry. I also think that JK should do the life of Voldemort as well. I know that we know a lot about his childhood but there are also many parts in his life when he disappeared and went into hiding. I think it would be really cool to like read and be there when Voldemort creating his first horcrux and I think it should like end with him from the ing curse that bounces back at him

Posted by Leo on November 6, 2007 10:13 AM

I think I'd like to see something about Regulus Black.

It was something in his note in the fake locket that gave me an idea. "I in the hope that when you meet your match, you be mortal once more." The words "when you meet your match" made me think of what he might have known of the prophecy.

Posted by C.J. from Utah on November 6, 2007 12:40 PM

I would love to read a book on the first rise of Voldemort, like the Lily and James story and full Sirius stories. It would be fascinating!

Posted by Nicola from Ireland on November 8, 2007 12:42 PM

I would have liked to read a book 7 again - just twice as big. In my dreams she would make another edition of the book 7. A book 7A and 7B (just to keep the magic 7), and give us all the details I'm sure she has left out...

Posted by Lala from Oslo, Norway on November 11, 2007 12:22 PM

Another funny point: None of the Malfoys used their own wands in the Battle of Hogwarts either. Lucius had lost his wand, and Narcissa let Draco use her wand because Harry had stolen his. I don't know which wands Lucius and Narcissa were using, though, or if they were even using any.

Posted by C.J. from Utah on November 12, 2007 12:18 PM

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