Harry has to make a sacrifice to protect his friends and family. What is it and will he do it?
(#) wolff 2006-02-06 01:39:14 PM
The second ending was better, with Harry finally reunited with his friends and family. It provided a much stronger emotional punch, and left a much more poigiant feeling in it's wake.
(#) DrT 2006-12-23 06:34:38 AM
The first ending made more sense, but I liked the second one better.
It was bittersweet, the first ending was, but it was understandable. The 2nd one however, brought tears to my eyes as I'm a sap like that. Keep up the good work!
(#) Muggle_Prof 2011-01-03 05:26:04 PM
Personally, I preferred the second ending. However, I can also see the possibility of taking a part of the first (where Harry's and R/Hr's grandchildren will marry and defeat the next dark lord) and adding it to the second.
(#) Nette 2011-07-12 04:16:58 PM
I'm a sucker for happy endings, so i like the 2nd ending the best. Harry needs to be with his friends, even i he no longer has magic.
I both liked the first ending more, and thought it better fit the story. Harry deserved some peace, and with the second ending, I don't think he'd get it. Sooner or later someone would spill the beans about his being alive, and a squib, and the whole wretched thing would start again.