Are you one of those who simply must know, even before you read the latest book, how Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows brings the epic series to a close?
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So, how does it end? You won’t believe me when I tell you!
First, Harry wakes up and discovers that all of the previous books were nothing but a dream. No lie! Suddenly everyone is calling him “Pat” or “Duffy” or “the Duffman.”
But, deep inside, he knows he is Harry Potter, boy wizard!
He sets off to find Hermione and Ron, asking everyone he meets if they have seen them. They all respond with “What the heck kind of name is Hermione? Sounds like it would make your hoody-hoo itch. What ever happened to nice names like Jane?”
Never one to give up, never one to surrender, Harry pushes on, and finds Hermione working as a waitress in a cocktail bar, that much is true. She’s traded in her magic for tips and she works hard for the money, so hard for it honey.
Hermione tells Harry about how he fell into a coma months ago, and Harry delights her with tales of their dreamed adventures. While they spend hours doing this, Ron, who lives just across town, is run over by a lettuce delivery truck and never gets to hear these great tales. His loss.
In the end, Harry and Hermione settle down in a nice little home with a white picket fence, where they spend their days writing posts purporting to be about the adventures of Harry Potter, but which are really designed just to see how many people click through to the post.