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Harry Potter remembered the dreadful day Dumbledore had told him he must either kill Voldemort, or be killed; however, over the years, the lack of a timeframe for this showdown had stretched his fear into a kind of rubbery anxiety, so that often he could not recall exactly what was worrying him.
having waded through the 3000-odd pages that make up harry potter 1-6, i am brought up short by a defective set whose defect is nothing other than the missing pages 564-613 of volume 6, the climax of the entire series thusfar and, surprisingly, i explode with great fury at amazon, that wrecker of pace, that repeated and unrepentant purveyor of this mutilated monstrosity, even though i already knew dumbledore died and so what, really, is the big deal that i didn’t get to read those particular pages?
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