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Harry Potter (#7) and the Deathly Hallows
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  • Then she closed her eyes and several things happened at once: Harry’s scar prickled painfully; the Horcrux twitched so that the front of his sweater actually moved; the dark, fetid room dissolved momentarily.
  • …bed to broken dressing table and then straight out of the smashed window into nothingness, her scream reverberating through the night as they twisted in midair… And then his scar burst open and he was Voldemort and he was running across the fetid bedroom, his long white hands clutching at the windowsill as he glimpsed the bald man and the little woman twist and vanish, and he screamed with rage, a scream that mingled with the girl’s, that echoed across the dark gardens over the church…

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