Neal after reading the postcard:
Oh, look at that…she broke the curse. Good for her. *tosses postcard aside* Hmm…what should I do? I know…I’ll order in some pizza and catch up on Breaking Bad.
Hook after reading a message Emma’s family is in danger:
The Ravenclaw common room is located high up within a tower and known for its panoramic views of the school grounds. It is a large circular room filled with bookcases and blue furnishings. It is also one of the only common rooms to feature a statue of their house founder. The entrance requires no password but the solving of a riddle asked by a bronze eagle knocker. Incorrect answers result in having to wait outside for someone else to answer their riddle successfully. Once inside you can sit under the impressive starry domed ceiling and listen to the relaxing sounds of the wind whistling around the exterior of the tower windows.
"We love a bad guy, he was a few years older and he had a skateboard - and that just did it really.He totally knew and the thing is that he’d tell everyone, ‘I see her in a younger, sisterly way,’ and it just broke my heart. It still does." -Emma Watson
"You think the dead we loved ever truly leave us? You think that we don’t recall them more clearly than ever in times of great trouble? Your father is alive in you, Harry, and shows himself plainly when you have need of him."
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the endlessSnowing Parallels
"While Rowling didn’t approach her narrative with an overtly feminist agenda, she populated her novels with an abundance of women and girls, each a well thought out and thoroughly unique in character […] As a result, the women of the novels both avoid stereotype and sexualization, while embodying a wide range of personalities.” [x]