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Harry Potter & the Half Blood Prince: Review & Evaluation Part 6 (Chapter 28-Chapter 30)

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"You dare use my own spells against me, Potter? It was I who invented them --- I, the Half-Blood Prince!" - Severus Snape. Here it is, the last episode that will cover the contents of Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince. This week, the Riddikulus Crew tackles Chapter 28, Chapter 29 and Chapter 30
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"You dare use my own spells against me, Potter? It was I who invented them --- I, the Half-Blood Prince!" - Severus Snape. Here it is, the last episode that will cover the contents of Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince. This week, the Riddikulus Crew tackles Chapter 28, Chapter 29 and Chapter 30 to close out the book. After an emotional episode last week where Dumbledore was killed, we come right back this week with the conclusion of the novel that has a ton of impactful moments as well, such as: Revealing the Half Blood Prince, discovering the truth about the locket, debriefing with the Order in the Hospital Wing and the possible closure of Hogwarts. Even though we close out the 6th book today, we aren't quite done with Half Blood Prince just yet as Chase & Josh will detail the differences next week between the novel & the film. Don't look ahead though because this one's a must see in its own right. With Snape leaving with the Death Eaters, a member of the Order maimed, the plans going forward without Dumbledore, Fawkes singing his last song and Dumbledore's funeral, you don't want to miss this. As stated on page 639, "He felt in his pocket for the cold chain of the fake Horcrux, which he now carried with him everywhere, not as a talisman, but as a reminder of what it had cost and what remained still to do."
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