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"Nothing," said Harry truthfully.
"It's getting worse," Harry muttered, biting off the Frog's head. "I could hear her louder that time -- and him -- Voldemort
"Aren't you going to Hogsmeade, Harry? Why not? Hey" -- Colin looked eagerly around at his friends -- "you can come and sit with us, if you like, Harry!"
"I would have thought that was obvious, Harry," he said, sounding surprised.
Harry's jaw dropped. She was holding out his Firebolt, and it looked as magnificent as ever.
"Ready," said Harry; trying hard to fill his head with happy thoughts about Gryffindor winning, and not dark thoughts about what was going to happen when the box opened.
"If you don't want to tell us, don't," snapped Ron.
"That explains a great deal," said Professor McGonagall tartly.
"Oh no!" said Ron, his lip twitching.
"Stop worrying, Oliver," said Alicia soothingly, "we don't mind a bit of rain."
"Well, more innocent than we are now -- we got into a spot of bother with Filch."
"I've had an idea, Harry! Give me your glasses, quick!"
"Well, that's okay then, Hagrid!" said Ron, clapping Hagrid oil the shoulder. But Hagrid continued to sob, and waved one of his gigantic hands, inviting Harry to read on.
Harry heard the door of the hall creak open again, and more footsteps.
"Yeah..." Face dry, Harry looked up. "Why -- you didn't know my dad, did you?"
"Yeah, maybe," said Harry as they reached the entrance hall and crossed into the Great Hall. It had been decorated with hundreds and hundreds of candle-filled pumpkins, a cloud of fluttering live bats, and many flaming orange streamers, which were swimming lazily across the stormy ceiling like brilliant watersnakes.,