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"What's going on?" said Ginny, who had just arrived.
"Wait a moment, Harry," Lupin called. "I'd like a word."
"Dead," said Hagrid gloomily. "Too much lettuce."
"Harry, if you don't want to continue, I will more than understand --"
"Ugh, no, Harry won't want one of those, they're for vampires, I expect," Hermione was saying.
There was a loud crack, and Harry's cloudy Patronus vanished along with the dementor; he sank into a chair, feeling as exhausted as if he'd just run a mile, and felt his legs shaking. Out of the corner of his eye, he saw Professor Lupin forcing the boggart back into the packing case with his wand; it had turned into a silvery orb again.
He felt drained and strangely empty, even though he was so full of chocolate. Terrible though it was to hear his parents' last moments replayed inside his head, these were the only times Harry had heard their voices since he was a very small child. But he'd never be able to produce a proper Patronus if he half wanted to hear his parents again....
Wood looked as though he could have kissed her.
Lupin drained the goblet and pulled a face.
Harry frowned at Ron.
Lupin looked at him quickly.
"Four pints of mulled mead --"
Harry's jaw dropped. She was holding out his Firebolt, and it looked as magnificent as ever.
This map showed a set of passages he had never entered. And many of them seemed to lead -
He stopped on a picture of his parents' wedding day. There was his father waving up at him, beaming, the untidy black hair Harry had inherited standing up in all directions. There was his mother, alight with happiness, arm in arm with his dad. And there ... that must be him. Their best man... Harry had never given him a thought before.
Harry stuffed the Sneakoscope back inside the socks and threw it back into his trunk. All that could be heard now were Ron's stifled moans of pain and rage. Scabbers was huddled in Ron's hands. It had been a while since Harry had seen him out of Ron's pocket, and he was unpleasantly surprised to see that Scabbers, once so fat, was now very skinny; patches of fur seemed to have fallen out too;