I would join immediately- I wish JK Rowling would have added stuff about George at the end of the Deathly Hallows because I have no idea what he would have done without half of himself.
Yes, I totally agree. I think that they were so lucky to have their soulmate (platonic of course) in shape of their brother and best friend, and I just don't think George would ever really get over a loss of that caliber... I would have liked to see how the whole Weasley-family, and especially George dealt with it.
I worry that they wouldn't be the same, I mean OF COURSE they wouldn't but, I hope they kept their fun, loud vibrant Weasley-ness, and that didn't leave with the deaths of their children.
I think they would all be quiet for a while, but the noices would slowly return to The Burrow. I'm not sure if George would or wouldn't participate though! I don't really have a headcanon for that! What do you think? :)
Knowing George, I think he will come back, eventually and maybe not as before but he'd return. Being like that was George's way and I don't think he'd totally recluse.
Kartik from The Gemma Doyle Trilogy. It wasn't so much that he died that stuck with me... just the fact that he turned into a freaking tree. I remember literally throwing the book when I finished because I thought that was the most ridiculous thing ever.
too true... oh and (spoilers cause I know that there must still be people out there who haven't finished Mockingjay) with the bomb... I had to stop reading for a few hours cause I was like "OH COME ON!!!"
Agreed about (spoilers)! I came out of nowhere and I good find no good reason for it!
it ruins the entire original point of the series
Boromir. Just... damn...
greatest last lines http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zcHhlcxUkP4
All the feels!!