Friday, November 28, 2014

Friday Follow



Friday Follow is a blog hop that was started by Parajunkee and Alison Can Read.  Each week a different question is posted by our hosts and we will answer!  This is a great opportunity for bloggers to network and interact. 
This week’s question –

Describe your favorite book character death scene. Why is it your favorite? Was it a villain or a hero? What made it so good? – via Eternity Through Pages

This is a toughie.  Because I want to try and use new titles that I haven't referred to but there are certain series that always seems to stick out in my head.  I know that I have referred to this series before but it was just so incredibly well-written.  Snape's death in Harry Potter is my favorite because it is when Harry finally realizes his professor's true motives, his relationship with his mother and how there was always someone looking out for his best interests, even if things did not appear that way.
-Christinabean

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3 comments:

  1. Snape's death was terrible! Most deaths were miserable in the Harry Potter series. Old follower :)

    Here's my F&F!

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  2. Hi! I completely agree! Snape' death was so essential in Harry's development, because it uncovers so many truths that he didn't know existed. Despite his stern personality, once I found out Snape's true motives, I loved him so much, even though he died.
    Followed you via GFC!

    My FF: http://tyrasbookshelf.blogspot.com.au/2014/11/feature-follow-friday.html

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  3. Great choice. I didn't do this weeks hop because I couldn't think of a good one right away. But Harry Potter does have all of the best ones. My favorite was Sirius because it was the first one, ever, that made me cry and hate/love a book so much.
    Jessi, The Book Cove

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