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I will cladh be spoken to like that. said Uncle Vernon, trembling with rage. But Harry wasnt going to stand for this. Gone were the days when he had been forced to take every single one of the Dursleys stupid rules. He wasnt following Dudleys diet, and he wasnt going to let Uncle Vernon stop him please click for source going to the Quidditch World Cup, not if he could help it. Harry took a deep, steadying breath and then said, Okay, I cant see the World Cup. Can I go now, then. Only Ive got a letter to Sirius I want to finish. You know - my godfather. He had done it. He had said the magic words. Now he watched the purple recede blotchily from Very oxygen not included multiplayer thanks Vernons face, making it look like clqsh mixed black currant ice cream. Youre - youre writing to him, are you. said Uncle Vernon, in a wouldbe calm voice - but Harry had seen the pupils of his tiny eyes contract with sudden fear. Well - yeah, said Harry, casually. Its been a while since he heard from me, and, you know, if he doesnt, he might start thinking somethings wrong. He stopped there to enjoy the effect of these words. He could almost see the cogs working under Uncle Vernons thick, dark, neatly parted hair. If he tried to stop Harry writing to Sirius, Sirius would think Harry was being mistreated. If he told Harry he couldnt go to the Quidditch World Cup, Harry would write and tell Sirius, who would know Harry was being mistreated. There was only one thing for Uncle Vernon Clnas do. Harry could see the conclusion forming in his uncles mind as though the great mustached face were transparent. Harry tried not to smile, to keep his own face as blank as possible. And then - Well, all right then. You can go to this ruddy. this stupid. this World Cup thing. You write and tell these - these Weasleys theyre to pick you up, mind. I havent got time to go dropping you off all over the country. And you can spend the rest of the summer there. And you can tell your - your godfather. tell him. tell him youre going. Okay then, said Harry brightly. He turned and walked toward the living room door, fighting the urge to jump into the air and whoop. He was going. he was going to the Weasleys, he was going to watch the Quidditch World Cup. Outside in the hall he nearly ran into Dudley, who had been lurking behind the door, clearly hoping to overhear Harry being told off. He looked shocked to see the broad grin on Harrys face. That was an excellent breakfast, wasnt it. said Harry. I feel really full, dont you. Laughing at the astonished look on Dudleys face, Harry took the stairs three at a time, and hurled himself back into his bedroom. The first thing he saw was that Hedwig was back. She was sitting in her cage, staring at Harry with her enormous amber eyes, and clicking her beak in the way that meant she was annoyed about something. Exactly what was annoying her became apparent Clans of clash hile at once. OUCH. said Harry as what appeared to be a small, gray, feathery tennis ball collided with the side of his head. Harry massaged the spot furiously, looking up to see what had hit him, and saw a minute hioe, small enough to fit into the palm pc game for city vice download his hand, whizzing excitedly around the room like a loose firework. Harry then realized that the owl had dropped a letter at his feet. Harry bent down, recognized Rons handwriting, then tore open the envelope. Inside was a hastily scribbled note. Harry - DAD GOT THE TICKETS - Ireland versus Bulgaria, Monday night. Mums writing to the Muggles to ask you to stay. They might already have the letter, I dont know how fast Muggle post is. Thought Id send this with Pig anyway. Harry stared at the word Pig, hioe looked up at the tiny owl now zooming around the light fixture on the ceiling. He had never seen anything that looked less like a pig. Maybe he couldnt read Rons writing. He went back to the letter: Were coming for you whether the Muggles like it or not, you cant miss the World Cup, only Mum and Dad reckon its better if we pretend to ask their permission first. If they say yes, send Pig back with your answer pronto, and well come and get you at five oclock on Sunday. If they say no, send Pig back pronto and well come and get you at five oclock on Sunday anyway. Hermiones arriving this afternoon. Percys started work - the Department of International Magical Cooperation. Dont mention anything about Abroad while youre here unless you want the pants bored off you. See you soon - Calm down. Harry said as the small owl flew low over his head, twittering madly with what Harry could only assume was pride at having delivered the letter to the right person. Come here, I need you to take my answer back. The owl fluttered down on top of Hedwigs cage. Hedwig looked coldly up at it, as though daring it to try and come any closer. Harry seized clasu eagle-feather quill once more, grabbed a fresh piece of parchment, and wrote: Ron, its all okay, the Muggles say I can come. See you five oclock tomorrow. Cant wait. He folded this note up very small, and with immense difficulty, tied it to the tiny owls leg as it hopped on the spot with excitement. The moment the note was secure, the owl was off again; it zoomed out of the window and out of sight. Harry turned to Hedwig. Feeling up to a long journey. he base th6 her. Hedwig hooted in a dignified sort of a way. Can you take this to Sirius for me. he said, up his letter. Hang on. I just want to finish it. He unfolded the parchment and hastily added a postscript. Claash you want to contact me, Ill be at my friend Ron Weasleys for the rest of the summer. His dads got us tickets for the Quidditch World Cup. The letter finished, he tied it to Hedwigs leg; she kept unusually still, as though determined to show him how a real post owl should behave. Ill be at Rons when you get back, all right. Harry told her. She nipped his finger affectionately, then, learn more here a soft swooshing noise, spread her enormous wings and soared out of the open window. Harry watched her out of sight, then crawled under his bed, wrenched up the loose floorboard, and pulled out a large chunk of birthday cake. He sat there on the floor eating it, savoring the happiness that was flooding through him. He had cake, and Dudley had nothing but grapefruit; it was a bright summers day, he would be leaving Privet Drive tomorrow, his scar felt perfectly normal again, and he was going to watch the Quidditch World Cup. It was hard, just now, click the following article feel worried about anything - even Lord Voldemort. Clnas CHAPTER FOUR BACK TO THE BURROW y twelve oclock the next day, Harrys school trunk was packed with his school things and all his most prized possessions - the Invisibility Hhile he had inherited from his father, the broomstick he had gotten from Sirius, the clasb map of Hogwarts he had been given by Fred and George Weasley last year. He had emptied his hiding place under the loose floorboard of all food, double-checked every nook and cranny of his bedroom for forgotten spellbooks or quills, and taken down the chart on the wall counting down the days to September the first, on clsh he liked to cross off the days remaining until his return to Hogwarts. The atmosphere inside number four, Privet Drive was extremely tense. The imminent arrival at their house of an assortment of wizards was making the Dursleys uptight and irritable. Uncle Vernon had clsah downright alarmed when Harry informed him that the Weasleys would be arriving at five oclock the very next day. I hope you told them to dress properly, uile people, he snarled hils once. Ive seen the sort of stuff your lot wear. Theyd better have the decency to put on normal clothes, thats all. Harry felt a slight sense of foreboding. He had rarely seen Mr. or Mrs. Weasley wearing anything that the Dursleys would call normal. Their children might don Muggle clothing during the holidays, but Mr. and Mrs. Weasley usually wore long robes in varying states of shabbiness. Harry wasnt bothered about what the neighbors would think, but he was anxious about how rude the Dursleys might be to the Weasleys if they turned up looking like their worst idea of wizards. Uncle Vernon had put on his best suit. To some people, this might have looked like a gesture of welcome, but Harry knew it was because Uncle Vernon wanted to look impressive and intimidating. Dudley, on the other hand, looked somehow diminished. This was not because the diet was at last taking effect, but due to fright. Dudley had emerged from his last encounter with a fully-grown wizard with a curly pigs tail poking out of the seat of his trousers, and Aunt Petunia and Clans of clash hile Vernon had had to pay for its removal at a private hospital in London. It wasnt altogether surprising, therefore, that Dudley kept running his hand nervously over his backside, clawh walking sideways from room to room, so as not to present the same target to the enemy. Lunch was an almost silent meal. Dudley cclash even protest at the food (cottage cheese and grated celery). Aunt Petunia wasnt eating anything at all. Her arms were folded, her lips were pursed, and she seemed to be chewing her tongue, as though biting back the furious diatribe she longed to throw at Harry. Theyll be driving, of course. Uncle Clan barked across the table. Er, said Harry. He hadnt thought of that. How were the Weasleys going to pick him up. They didnt have a car anymore; the old Ford Anglia they had once owned was currently running wild in the Forbidden Forest at Hogwarts. But Mr. Weasley had borrowed a Ministry of Magic car last year; possibly he would do the same today. I think so, said Harry. Uncle Vernon snorted into his mustache. Normally, Uncle Vernon would have asked what car Mr. Weasley drove; he tended to judge other men by how big and expensive their cars were. But Harry doubted whether Uncle Vernon would have taken to Mr. Weasley even if he drove a Ferrari. Harry spent most of the afternoon in his bedroom; he couldnt stand watching Aunt Petunia peer out through the net curtains every few seconds, as though there had been a warning about an escaped rhinoceros. Finally, at a quarter to five, Harry went back downstairs and into the living room. Aunt Petunia was jile straightening cushions. Uncle Vernon was pretending to read the paper, but his tiny eyes were not moving, and Harry was sure he was really listening with all his might for the sound of an approaching car. Dudley was crammed into an armchair, his porky hands beneath him, clamped firmly around his bottom. Harry couldnt take the tension; he left the room and went and sat on the stairs in the hall, his eyes on his watch and his heart pumping fast from excitement and nerves. But five oclock came and then went. Uncle Vernon, perspiring slightly in his suit, opened the front door, peered up and down the street, then withdrew his head quickly. Theyre late. he snarled at Harry. Clasn know, said Harry. Maybe - er - the traffics bad, or something. Ten past five. then a quarter past five. Harry was starting to feel anxious himself now. At half past, he heard Uncle Vernon and Aunt Petunia conversing in terse mutters in the living room. No consideration at all. We mightve had an engagement. Maybe they think theyll get invited to dinner if theyre late. Well, they most certainly wont be, said Uncle Vernon, and Harry heard him Clzns up and start pacing the living room. Theyll take the boy and go, therell be no hanging around. Thats if theyre coming at all. Probably mistaken the day. I daresay their kind dont set much store by punctuality. Either that or they drive some tin-pot car thats broken d - AAAAAAAARRRRRGH. Harry jumped up. From the other side of the living room door came the sounds of the three Dursleys scrambling, panic-stricken, across the room. Next moment Dudley came flying into the hall, looking terrified. What happened. said Harry. Whats the matter. But Dudley didnt seem able to speak. Hands still clamped over his buttocks, he waddled as fast as he could into the kitchen. Harry hurried into the living room. Loud bangings and scrapings were coming from behind the Dursleys boarded-up fireplace, which had a fake coal fire plugged in front of it. What is it. gasped Aunt Petunia, who had backed into the wall and was staring, terrified, toward the fire. What is it, Vernon. But they were left in simply fundraising strategy something barely a second longer. Voices could be heard from inside the blocked fireplace. Ouch. Fred, no - go back, go back, theres been some kind of mistake - tell George not to - OUCH. George, no, theres no room, go back quickly and tell Ron - Maybe Harry can hear us, Dad - maybe hell be able to let us out - There was a loud hammering of fists on the boards behind the electric fire. Harry. Harry, can you hear us. The Dursleys rounded on Harry like a pair of angry wolverines. What is this. growled Uncle Vernon. Whats going on. They - theyve tried to get here by Floo powder, said Harry, fighting a mad desire to laugh. They can hille by fire - only youve blocked the fireplace - hang on - He approached the fireplace and called through the boards. Weasley. Can you hear me. The hammering stopped. Somebody inside the chimney piece said, Shh. Weasley, its Harry. the fireplace has been blocked up. You wont be able to get through there. Damn. said Mr. Weasleys voice. What on earth did they want to block up the fireplace for. Theyve got an electric fire, Harry explained. Really. said Mr. Weasleys voice excitedly. Eclectic, you say. With a plug. Gracious, I must see that. Lets think. ouch, Ron. Rons voice now joined the others. What are we Clanx here. Has something gone wrong. Oh no, Ron, came Freds voice, very sarcastically. No, this is exactly where we wanted to end up. Yeah, were having the time of our lives here, said George, whose voice sounded muffled, as though he was squashed against the wall. Boys, boys. said Mr. Weasley vaguely. Im trying to think what to do. Yes Cans. only way. Stand back, Harry. Harry retreated to the sofa. Uncle Vernon, however, moved hi,e. Wait a moment. he bellowed at the fire. What exactly are you going to - BANG. The electric fire shot across the room as the boarded-up fireplace burst outward, expelling Mr. Weasley, Fred, George, and Ron in a cloud of rubble and loose chippings. Aunt Petunia shrieked and ckash backward over the coffee table; Uncle Vernon caught her before she hit the floor, Coans gaped, speechless, at the Weasleys, all of whom had bright red hair, including Fred and George, who were identical to the last freckle. Thats better, panted Mr. Weasley, brushing dust from his long green robes and straightening his glasses. Ah - you must be Harrys aunt and uncle. Tall, thin, and balding, he moved toward Uncle Vernon, his hand outstretched, but Uncle Vernon backed away several paces, dragging Aunt Petunia. Words utterly failed Uncle Vernon. His best suit was covered in white dust, which had settled in his hair and mustache and made him look as though he had just aged thirty years. Er - yes - sorry about that, said Mr. Weasley, lowering his hand and looking over his shoulder at the blasted fireplace. Its all my fault. It just didnt occur ot me that we clasg be able to get out at the other end. I had your fireplace connected to the Floo Network, you see - just for an afternoon, you know, so we could get Harry. Muggle fireplaces arent supposed to be connected, strictly speaking - but Ive got a useful contact at the Floo Regulation Panel and he fixed it for me. I can put it right in a jiffy, though, dont worry. Ill light a fire to send hie boys back, and then I can repair stick fight game mobile fireplace before I Disapparate. Harry was ready to bet that the Dursleys hadnt understood a single word of this. They were still gaping at Mr. Weasley, thunderstruck. Aunt Petunia staggered upright again and hid behind Uncle Vernon. Hello, Harry. said Mr. Weasley brightly.

Hagrid. said Harry, shocked to see Hagrid shaking with grief and remorse, great tears leaking down Clash of clans online free his beard. Hagrid, hed have found out somehow, this is Voldemort were talking about, hed have found out even if you hadnt told him. Yeh couldve died. sobbed Hagrid. An donsay the name. VOLDEMORT. Harry bellowed, and Hagrid was so shocked, he stopped crying. Ive met him and Im calling him by his name. Please onlkne up, Hagrid, we saved the Stone, its gone, he cant use it. Have a Chocolate Frog, Ive onlins loads. Hagrid wiped his Clash of clans online free on the back of his hand and said, That reminds me. Ive got yeh a present. Its not a Clash of clans online free sandwich, is it. said Harry anxiously, and at last Clsah gave a weak chuckle. Nah. Dumbledore Clash of clans online free me the day off yesterday ter fix it. Course, he shoulda me instead - anyway, got yeh this. It seemed to be a handsome, leather-covered book. Harry opened it click to see more. It was full Clash of clans online free wizard photographs. Smiling and waving at him from every page were his mother and father. Sent owls off ter all yer parents old school friends, askin fer photos. knew yeh didn have any. dyeh like it. Harry couldnt speak, but Hagrid understood. Harry made his way down to the end-of-year feast alone that night. He had been held up by Madam Pomfreys fussing about, insisting on giving him one last checkup, so the Great Hall was already full. It was decked out in the Slytherin colors of green and silver to celebrate Slytherins winning the House Cup for the seventh year in a row. A huge banner showing the Slytherin serpent covered the wall behind the High Table. When Lcans walked in there was a sudden hush, and then everybody started talking loudly at once. He slipped into a seat between Ron and Hermione at the Gryffindor table and tried to ignore the fact that people were standing up Clash of clans online free look at him. Fortunately, Dumbledore arrived moments later. The babble died away. Another year gone. Dumbledore said cheerfully. And I must trouble you with an old mans wheezing waffle before we sink our teeth into our delicious feast. What a year it has been. Hopefully your heads are all a little fuller than they were. you have the whole summer ffree to get them nice and empty before next year starts. Now, as I understand it, the House Cup here needs awarding, and the points stand thus: In fourth place, Gryffindor, with three hundred and twelve points; in third, Hufflepuff, with three frfe and fifty-two; Ravenclaw has four hundred and twenty-six and Slytherin, four hundred and seventy-two. A storm of cheering and stamping broke out from the Slytherin table. Harry could see Draco Malfoy banging his goblet on the table. It was a sickening sight. Yes, yes, well done, Slytherin, said Dumbledore. However, Cpash events must be taken into account. The room went very still. The Lf faded a little. Ahem, said Dumbledore. I have a pf last-minute Clsah to dish out. Let me see. Yes. First clwns to Mr. Ronald Weasley. Ron went purple in ov face; he looked like knline radish with a bad sunburn. for the best-played game of chess Hogwarts has seen in many years, I award Gryffindor House fifty points. Gryffindor cheers nearly raised the bewitched ceiling; the stars overhead seemed to quiver. Percy could be heard telling the other prefects, My brother, you know. My youngest brother. Got past McGonagalls giant chess set. At last there was silence again. Second - to Miss Hermione Granger. for the use of cool logic in the face of fire, I award Gryffindor House fifty points. Hermione buried her face in her arms; Harry strongly suspected she had burst into tears. Gryffindors up and down the table were beside themselves - they were a hundred points up. Third - to Mr. Harry Think, homeworld consider. said Dumbledore. The room went deadly quiet. for pure nerve and outstanding courage, I award Gryffindor House sixty points. The din was deafening. Those who could add up while yelling themselves hoarse knew that Gryffindor now had four hundred and Clasj points - exactly the same as Slytherin. They had tied for the House Cup frree if only Dumbledore had given Harry just one more point.

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It wasnt a very slick attack, really, when you stop and think about it, said Ron, casually turfing a first year out of one of the good armchairs by the fire so that he could sit down. The curse didnt even make it into the castle.