OK... so. Me and wrong robot have been talking about the book and all its glory and stuff. And we can't be the only two here that have read it. *SPOILER* Snape kills Dumbledore, obviously, but did he do it with malicious intent? Could it have been that he and snape had agreed that if that situation arises, snape would kill him to prove his loyalty to Voldemort, thus allowing him to be the perfect double agent for the order? I'm thoroughly convinced that snape does hate harry, and that is why snape fought back in the scuffle on the lawn... So even though he doesn't like harry, he can refrain from hurting him to achieve the greater good? Harry is horcrux 7? I don't buy it. Emma Watson will be a total babe by movie 7? totally.