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"That was brilliant, Harry!" chortled Ron, once they were safely on their way to break a short while later.
"If only we could hear what they're saying!" said Hermione.
Harry knew Snape was thinking of their disastrous Occlumency lessons of the previous year. He refused to drop his gaze, but glowered at Snape until Snape looked away.
"Luna, hi, how are you?"
They shook hands, and Mr. Weasley dropped into the chair beside Harry as Mrs. Weasley set a bowl of soup in front of him too.
He looked around. Hermione had her back to him and her head bent, but Ron was looking delighted.
"Of course I am!" said Mr. Weasley. "The boys wouldn't do anything like that now, not when people are desperate for protection!"
"Yes, dear, I'd have noticed," said Mrs. Weasley patiently. "But it's barely nine, there's still plenty of time. . . ."
The ceiling of the Great Hall was serenely blue and streaked with frail, wispy clouds, just like the squares of sky visible through the high mullioned windows. While they tucked into porridge and eggs and bacon, Harry and Ron told Hermione about their embarassing conversation with Hagrid the previous evening.
"I wouldn't go in the kitchen just now," she warned him. "There's a lot of Phlegm around."
"He enjoys Acid Pops?" said Ron, who had read the message over Harry's shoulder and was looking perplexed.
explode. He knew that Snape had come to fetch him for this, for
As Snape swung the lantern about, Harry saw, fleetingly, a look of shock and anger on Tonks's face. Then she was covered in darkness once more.
For Malfoy had glanced around, then slid into Knockturn Alley and out of sight.
"Bed," said an undeceived Mrs. Weasley at once. "I've got Fred and George's room all ready for you, you'll have it to yourself."