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Post  Elanor on Sat Jun 11, 2011 11:04 am

The Title(s) for the Seventh Book

This topic serves as an archive of a thread from the Harry Potter Lexicon Forum as hosted on World Crossing which ceased operation on April 15, 2011. Elanor

Lina - Oct 21, 2006 7:42 am
Edited by Kip Carter Oct 22, 2006 12:41 am
Jo said that she hasn't made up her mind about the Book 7 title. (one of the references) I was thinking that we might offer her a helping hand.

She gave us the title of the 6th book more than a year before the book was published, so I must say that the missing of the title for the last book is scaring me a bit.

Then, I just wonder, if it wasn't for The Pillar of Storgé rumour, maybe we wouldn't have got the title so early?

So, my idea is to make predictions for the title of the Last Harry Potter book. Maybe if we invent something as awful as The Toenail of Icklibõgg, she will feel the need to give us the real title?

She already offered few wrong titles on her official site under the rumours section:

Harry Potter and the Pyramids of Furmat
Harry Potter and the Graveyard of Memories

I've always imagined that the last book's title would be
Harry Potter and the Final Battle
although I could never imagine Jo using that title.
I also remember some people calling it
Harry Potter and the Last Book
which I find a very appropriate title.

I must say that I'm quite intrigued with the character of Severus Snape. We seem to be quite sure that Harry is on the good side, but we desperately need the Seventh Book to see which side is Snape on. For me, personally, it is more important to se the end of Snape than the end of Harry or Voldemort because I have the feeling that I already know how will they end, but I have no idea about Snape. So, looking from that angle, Snape becomes the center of interest and the Last Book's title might be
Severus Snape and Harry Potter

Next thing that I found on the rumours section was about the title of a chapter of the HBP. So I thought that we could let our imagination think about the possible chapter titles in the Last Book too. We should just make sure that we propose them separately in order not to make a great mess of this thread.

An example:

Possible Book titles:
Harry Potter and Two Sides of One Coin
Harry Potter and the Happy End
Harry Potter in the Deep Forest

Possible Chapter Titles:
The Best Birthday Ever
The Chat with the Portrait
The Life Debt

Of course, there is no way that we could avoid few comments at the end.

I was wondering about that new word that she was inventing recently too... But no, I think that would be just too much for one thread.
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Post  Elanor on Sat Jun 11, 2011 11:05 am

Elanor - Oct 21, 2006 8:15 am (#1 of 148)
Very good idea Lina!

I think that Hagrid too will play a very important role in Book 7, so I propose:

Possible book title:
Harry Potter and the Keeper of the Keys

And there are LOTS of "keys" Harry still has to find in book 7!

As for the chapters:
Godric's Hollow
The Red Dawn
The Rising of the Phoenix
And I think the book should end with a chapter called "The Man Who Lived"

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kaykay1970 - Oct 21, 2006 9:16 am (#2 of 148)

Cool thread Lina!

The horcrux hunt will be central to the plot. Some horcruxes may be harder to find than others. Nagini will be with Voldemort and the locket may be the one from Grimmauld Place. Some horcruxes may even be right under his nose but he has no idea...

Possible book title:

Harry Potter and the Cursed Tiara

I love all of Elanor's chapter titles, especially The Man Who Lived!

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geauxtigers - Oct 21, 2006 9:27 am (#3 of 148)

Yum!
OOOO Great idea, Lina!

Book titles, hmmmmmmm:

Harry Potter and the Connections of Wands! LOL I dunno, I'm not very creative! But I think that the fact that Vold and Harry's wands are brothers is important!

I like "The Man who lived for the title of the last chapter!

Gotta run!

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Choices - Oct 21, 2006 9:56 am (#4 of 148)

*Completely Obsessed With Harry Potter*
I like.... HARRY POTTER AND THE BOOK OF REVELATIONS

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Steve Newton - Oct 21, 2006 10:20 am (#5 of 148)

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I still go with Harry Potter and the Really Great Conclusion.

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Finn BV - Oct 21, 2006 10:37 am (#6 of 148)

Me kayaking, Niagara River, August 2006. I have been likened to Reepicheep in this photo.
The problem with Harry Potter and the Final Battle, of course, is that it's too similar to The Last Battle, the final book of The Chronicles of Narnia by C. S. Lewis.

"The Man Who Lived" is a great idea. Good going, Audrey!

As for book titles… with the exception of the words 'Azkaban' and 'Half-Blood,' everything in a book title has been something new, completely unintroduced in previous books. I'm afraid guessing a title might be too difficult. Don't forget, also, her most recent titles (recent as in books 4-6) haven't been the absolute central story to the plot (most especially "Goblet of Fire"), so don't be expecting the words following "and the" to be the key to learning something to the book's plot.

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legolas returns - Oct 21, 2006 11:01 am (#7 of 148)

Chapter titles may be a little difficult to guess. The chapter where Ron got poisoned was called "Birthday surprises". The chapter where Dumbledore arrived at Privit drive was called "Will and Wont". We spent ages wondering what "Spinners End" was about when JKR put it on her Website.

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DJ Evans - Oct 21, 2006 11:41 am (#8 of 148)

Genealogy....Where you confuse the dead & irritate the living!
When I read Elanor's chapter title of The Rising of the Phoenix made me think that it would be be good as a book title too. Such as:

Book Titles:

Harry Potter & the Flight of the Phoenix

---others---

Harry Potter & The Journey's End
Harry Potter & Dumbledore's Tale
Harry Potter & The Founder's Battle

Not much there I know, but in trying to keep with the "Harry Potter &..." theme, well it was kinda limiting. And I loved "The Man Who Lived" as the last chapter too. Great job, Elanor!!!

Later, Deb

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Mediwitch - Oct 21, 2006 12:09 pm (#9 of 148)

"We could have all been killed-- or worse, expelled!"
Elanor, I LOVE the last chapter title you suggested: "The Man Who Lived"! How very ourobouros-like!

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legolas returns - Oct 21, 2006 12:37 pm (#10 of 148)

"The man who lived" would be a great chapter. It would be a great temptation to turn to the back of the book first-even though that would be cheating.

I think a good chapter title for Harrys journey to Godrics Hollow would be-"Return to the begining". Its in keeping with JKRs way of calling chapters. The chapters dont mean much until you have read the chapter.

I like the "Journey's End" title for the book.

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Die Zimtzicke - Oct 21, 2006 11:58 pm (#11 of 148)

Someone on another board suggested "Harry Potter and the Dump Truck Full of Money."

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S.E. Jones - Oct 22, 2006 1:23 am (#12 of 148)

Let it snow!
How about: Harry Potter and the Phoenix Song

My brother suggested: Harry Potter and the Big Conclusion

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Phelim Mcintyre - Oct 22, 2006 5:36 am (#13 of 148)

Okay, the first four words are easy - Harry Potter and the .... The title is a clue to what happens in the book. So now what? I doubt it will be anything as obvious as horcrux hunt. Phoenix Song is a good title, but if we got the title that could give the game away - but then with our guesses concerning who the Half-Blood Prince was it may not. But how about Harry Potter and the Squeaky Stair.

Chapter titles: Godric's Hollow is a great one, as is the Man Who Lived (presuming Harry surivies). I think there could be other titles like Ollivanders Shop (if the wand is a horcrux). There will be a chapter title about when Harry and Voldemort meet for the last time. Probably where they meet. I think it could be somewhere we have seen before, either the Ministry or the Cave. I would love it to be at Godric's Hollow - for Harry to finally vanquish Voldemort where his saga started. I can see Graveyard of Memories being a chapter title even if Jo has dismissed it as a book title.

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Good Evans - Oct 22, 2006 6:34 am (#14 of 148)

Practically perfect in every way
Great idea for a thread Lina - and some lovely ideas so far.

I think this last book title has to be big enough in order to bring it all to a conclusion, yet remain enigmatic so lets think .....

Harry Potter and the Greatest Wizard
Harry Potter and the Double Agent
Harry Potter and the Wizards Legacy
Harry Potter and the Forgotten Friend

some chapters as I would like to see them...

Vows and promises - the wedding and something to do with the unbreakable vow that Snape swore to narcissa - maybe confirming it is now released
Through the Privet - back to the Durselys
Fur and Fangs - the squeaky stair / attack by death eaters (including Greyback) and Mr Tibbles saves the day!!!
RAB revealed - off to Godrics Hollow, a horcrux and discovery of RAB
The House Elfs tale- Kreachers story of how he helped Regulus get the locket
The Darkening skies - a quick look at Voldemorts side, maybe Narcissa, Draco, Bella or Snape also dark goings on in the magical community and increased panic and impending doom
A Big Mistake - something to do with Hagrid and Grawp

That'll do to start it off - I like Audreys final chapter name - its very appropriate - I hope! Gosh I can't wait to read it now!!...... oh yes, these are our guesses and not the actual titles - rats!!!

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Phelim Mcintyre - Oct 22, 2006 8:55 am (#15 of 148)

I like the idea of Kreacher helping Regulus get the horcrux. Would he have been effected by the potions and protections in the same way as a human?

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geauxtigers - Oct 22, 2006 10:46 am (#16 of 148)

Yum!
JulieGE, I love your chapter titles! They stick very close to ho wJo does them now! Very clever!

Book Titles: -Harry Potter and the Final Chance -Harry Potter and the Seer's Dream (Trewlaney, I think she is going to be a key facotr...how I dunno, but she is!)

There my 2 awful titles that I'd be really mad if she used something so original! LOL

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legolas returns - Oct 22, 2006 12:16 pm (#17 of 148)

How about "Harry Potter and the draught of peace"? If he survives and Voldemort dies it will be like the whole Wizarding world will have taken the draught of peace. If he dies he will permanantly be at peace.

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freshwater - Oct 22, 2006 12:21 pm (#18 of 148)

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Fun idea...thanks, Lina!

Book titles....hmmmm....HP and the Happy Ending? NO, too obvious.

HP and the Ending for All My Obsessed Fans....no.

HP and the Ending Suggested by the Lexicon Potties....it has a certain appeal, but...no.

HP and the Choices of a Lifetime.....hmmm...I like the "choices" part, but the rest of it?....no.

HP and the Choices of Love

HP and the Choices of His Friends

HP and the Choices We Make.....not good, but closer.

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juliebug - Oct 22, 2006 12:25 pm (#19 of 148)

I wonder if it could be named for the final and most difficult horcrux Harry finds/destroys.

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legolas returns - Oct 22, 2006 12:29 pm (#20 of 148)

"Harry Potter and the impossible treasure hunt."

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S.E. Jones - Oct 22, 2006 2:35 pm (#21 of 148)

Let it snow!
Good Evans --Vows and promises - the wedding and something to do with the unbreakable vow that Snape swore to narcissa - maybe confirming it is now released--

Ooh, I really like that. Hm, maybe we can get some other Pottie sites in on it and start this as a rumor?

EDIT: Oh, I like Azi's 'Harry Potter and the Rise of the Phoenix'.

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azi - Oct 22, 2006 2:45 pm (#22 of 148)

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Some fun titles

Harry Potter and the Path to Nowhere
Harry Potter and the Rise of the Phoenix
Harry Potter and the Revenge of the Fallen
Harry Potter and the Fight for Freedom

Hmm, chapter titles...

Once and Never
The Genius' Brother
Scars Renewed

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journeymom - Oct 22, 2006 5:23 pm (#23 of 148)

Good Evans, I like your creative titles.

My own: Harry Potter and the House That Went to Seed When the Owner Spent All Her Time At the Lexicon

One chapter: Hagrid and Nagini. He's got that cross bow.

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Lina - Oct 23, 2006 6:37 am (#24 of 148)

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Oooooooooooooooh, I love you people, you are really great! So many titles I would really like to see in the book.

I join all who like The man who lived. Very romantic.

I like The red Dawn too but I even think it would be more appropriate for the Book title:

HP and the Red (or Ruddy) Dawn

I agree whit all who think that there will definitely be a chapter Godric's Hollow. (Why didn't I think of it? )

I admit that I thought of Harry Potter and the Phoenix Song after I saw Harry Potter & the Flight of the Phoenix, too. I do think that the Phoenix song will reappear when Harry and Voldemort meet again.

I love the Squeaky Stair and the Forgotten Friend and The House Elfs tale and Once and Never!

I hope for The Big Mistake but I expect it to be connected to some DD's mistake.

I also agree that the most difficult Horcrux might be in the Book title, the one that we have no idea what could be, so I think that Harry Potter and the Cursed Tiara qualifies for that kind of title.

At some point Jo said that the 6th and 7th book are more like two parts of one book, so I don't find it so impossible for Snape to find his place in the title... Harry Potter and the Double Agent might be one version.

Here are few more of my guesses, mostly inspired by yours:
HP & the Truth
HP & His Choices
HP & the Tunnel
HP & the Last Prophecy
HP & the Well

Chapters:
Petunia's confession
Alberforth Dumbledore
The Meeting of the Roads
Secret Revealed
Patronus' Visit

The more we guess, the more we have chance to pick some correctly.

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Esther Rose - Oct 23, 2006 6:57 am (#25 of 148)

Okay. I will never be right but here are a few thoughts.

Harry Potter and the Third Knight. As a Wizard's Chess reference.

Harry Potter and the Golden Orb of Ardan. In response to Philosopher's Stone

Harry Potter and the Wizard's Maze. I don't know it just sounds good.

Harry Potter and the Praxofer Curse. In response to the curse put on DADA teachers. But that curse does not have a name yet. Sooo

Harry Potter and the Hall of Hogwarts. The last secret passage.

Harry Potter and the eht dna Rettop Yrrah. A Mirror reference. hehehehe.

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Thom Matheson - Oct 23, 2006 8:08 am (#26 of 148)

Edited Oct 23, 2006 8:47 am
Couple of titles to try out. 1. HP and the Founders Curse 2. HP and the Final Choice 3. HP and the Prophecy of Mars

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Madam Pince - Oct 23, 2006 11:00 am (#27 of 148)

The eyes are the windows to the soul...
I'm thinking that the word "choice" will definitely feature in somewhere. So maybe something like Harry Potter and the Final Choice although that sounds a bit overly dramatic. Thom, "prophecy" is another good guess -- maybe something like Harry Potter and the Decree of the Prophecy or ... well, no... but something like that. Creative, I am not.

I like the idea of the book title having something to do with a phoenix, but that would create havoc for the artwork people coming up with the British cover art -- didn't they already use a flaming phoenix for the HBP cover? Or was that the Dutch cover? Somebody used a big flaming orange/red phoenix...

I like all of your chapter titles, Good Evans! And I definitely agree that the final chapter should be entitled The Man Who Lived -- absolutely brilliant, Audrey!

Perhaps a chapter title like Eyes of the Past (or "...From the Past" or "...To the Past") which could be a chapter explaining Lily's backstory and why it's so crucial that Harry's eyes are like hers.

Also Socks of the Phoenix because I really want to know why Dumbledore sees himself in the Mirror of Erised wearing a pair of warm wooly socks!

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Elanor - Oct 23, 2006 11:38 am (#28 of 148)

Great titles everybody!

And Thanks!! Happy you like "The Man Who Lived" idea! It's been on my mind for a while because of the ouroboros symbolism: the end is also the beginning, the circle has to be complete! (Spot on Mediwitch! )

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timrew - Oct 23, 2006 4:20 pm (#29 of 148)

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I know what it won't be.............

'Harry Potter and the Wizard Who Didn't Know How To Cast A Spell'

'Harry Potter Plays Snooker'

'Harry Potter and the Wizard Who Hung Around On Street Corners and Did Bugger All'...................

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Ludicrous Patents Office - Oct 23, 2006 4:24 pm (#30 of 148)

I think it will be an object. The titles have this pattern: 1. Object 2. Place 3. Person 4. Object 5. Organization 6. Person. 7. Object?????

Harry Potter and the Silver Locket? Or some other item the last Horcrux is hiding in. LPO

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shadzar - Oct 23, 2006 8:42 pm (#31 of 148)

Harry Potter and the Lightning-shaped Scar.

It will be telling all that is left to tell, and one of the earliest mysteries is his scar, sort of completing the circle.

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Madam Pince - Oct 23, 2006 10:02 pm (#32 of 148)

The eyes are the windows to the soul...
I just had a terrible thought -- what if the final completed ourobouros circle isn't "The Man Who Lived," but rather "The Boy Who Died"?

Nah... (besides, I don't know what an ourobouros circle is...)

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shadzar - Oct 23, 2006 11:03 pm (#33 of 148)

Harry Potter and the Prophecy Fulfilled.

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Good Evans - Oct 24, 2006 5:01 am (#34 of 148)

Practically perfect in every way
ooohh Shadzer like that!!! - but only marginally more than Harry Potter plays snooker !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! - where do you get them from Tim LOL

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Die Zimtzicke - Oct 24, 2006 9:37 am (#35 of 148)

One of the titles that was found to have been copyrighted at some point was: Harry Potter and the Alchemist's Cell" and I always liked that one.

Unfortunately, so many of them sound like old Nancy Drew books to me. Alas, I'm showing my age again.

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journeymom - Oct 24, 2006 10:35 am (#36 of 148)

"Unfortunately, so many of them sound like old Nancy Drew books to me. Alas, I'm showing my age again. "

Lolol! Don't feel old. My 11 y.o. daughter is reading "The Clue of the Broken Locket" for 6th grade mystery book assignment. The girls mostly chose Nancy Drew and the boys chose Hardy Boys for their reading material. It was kind of gratifying to find this out.

I'm firmly in the "Man Who Lived" camp. It must be the name of the last chapter.

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Nathan Zimmermann - Oct 24, 2006 10:46 am (#37 of 148)

I have a thought on a chapter title the Serpent and the Veela.

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azi - Oct 24, 2006 10:54 am (#38 of 148)

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Chapter title - Fangs and Claws

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far from prefect - Oct 24, 2006 3:13 pm (#39 of 148)

How about: Harry Potter reads "Hogwarts, A History"

Then we'll know it's over....

:-) ffp

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Ludicrous Patents Office - Oct 24, 2006 3:35 pm (#40 of 148)

LOL ffp!! I like that one. LPO

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Deb Zawacki - Oct 24, 2006 8:32 pm (#41 of 148)

Harry Potter: Memoirs of a Headmaster. . . .

Harry Potter: Tall Tales and Legends from the Wizarding World

New from author Harry Potter: JoRo and the Secrets of Dumbledore's Castle

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virginiaelizabeth - Oct 24, 2006 8:43 pm (#42 of 148)

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Harry Potter and the Title I thought of in the shower Because she thought of another title in the shower before Radio City

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haymoni - Oct 25, 2006 8:08 am (#43 of 148)

I'm going way out on a limb here in guessing that one of the chapters will be called "Epilogue".

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Lina - Oct 26, 2006 5:54 am (#44 of 148)

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I love the shower title, Ginny!

Few more:

HP and the Charmed Sewer
HP and the Hidden River
HP and the Dark Basement

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kingdolohov - Oct 26, 2006 10:16 am (#45 of 148)

Harry Potter and the Dark Side of the Moon

Harry Potter and One Way Out

Harry Potter and the Greatest of them All

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azi - Oct 26, 2006 10:31 am (#46 of 148)

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Harry Potter and the Greatest of them All Is that a LOTR cross? I love it!

Harry Potter and the Revolution

Harry Potter and the Ridiculously Long Book Which Culminates in Many Happenings Which Were Completely Unexpected

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kingdolohov - Oct 26, 2006 12:29 pm (#47 of 148)

"Harry Potter and the Greatest of them All Is that a LOTR cross? I love it!"

If it is, it wasn't intentional. I haven't read the books or seen the movies.

But to expand on it, I don't think the greatest of them all would turn out to be Harry, Dumbledore, or Voldemort if that was the title.

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freshwater - Oct 26, 2006 2:14 pm (#48 of 148)

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Esther Rose, I LOVE the mirror title! But you have to shift the letters a bit so it can be pronounced....Harry Potter and the Dnar Ettopyr Rah..........or something like that (I dropped the 2nd "the").

I also love "Socks of the Phoenix"!!! Gave me a vision of a magnificient, elegant flaming phoenix rising into the air, with rainbow striped socks on it's feet! LOL Very Happy

I like "HP and the Flight of the Phoenix"....except that "The Flight of the Phoenix" is already associated with another great movie. So....instead I'll support "HP and the Rise of the Phoenix".

Or maybe....HP and the Choices of the Phoenix

...but "phoenix" has already been in one book title and using it again may be confusing....

so maybe....HP and the Choices of the Past....a reference to Lily's choice to give her life for one she loved, just as Harry may have to choose to give up his life to destroy LV and provide a safe life for those he loves....even though I am convinced that JKR will allow him to be "The Man Who Lived".

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Mrs Brisbee - Oct 26, 2006 2:16 pm (#49 of 148)

Harry Potter and the Ridiculously Long Book Which Culminates in Many Happenings Which Were Completely Unexpected -- Azi

Maybe not that title, but plot-wise, definitely the book I want!

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virginiaelizabeth - Oct 26, 2006 3:45 pm (#50 of 148)

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Harry Potter and the book you'll need to take home with a forklift

I want that one!
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Post  Elanor on Sat Jun 11, 2011 11:08 am

Ludicrous Patents Office - Oct 26, 2006 7:16 pm (#51 of 148)
Even though we don't have a title yet I'm still hoping for an 07-07-07 book release. I think the Half-Blood Prince title had been set a long time ago. That is why she released it so early.

Me too Ginny!

Harry Potter and the Battle for Hogwarts

LPO

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Die Zimtzicke - Oct 26, 2006 9:35 pm (#52 of 148)

Instead of "Epilogue" I think the last chapter will be called "the Surviviors" or something similiar. We know we're looking at a lot more deaths.

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shadzar - Oct 26, 2006 10:42 pm (#53 of 148)

Harry Potter and All That is Left to Tell: Index, Volume A

(the remaining 25 books volumes B-Z will be in downloadable format.)

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journeymom - Oct 27, 2006 11:16 am (#54 of 148)

A spinoff from the OotP Film thread: Harry Potter and Those Meddling Kids!

Voldemort, being carted off to prison by the Sheriff: "I would have gotten away with it, too, if it hadn't been for Potter and those meddling kids!"

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timrew - Oct 27, 2006 4:06 pm (#55 of 148)

Middle-aged Harry Potter fan
"Harry Potter and The End."

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Nathan Zimmermann - Oct 27, 2006 5:32 pm (#56 of 148)

Harry Potter and the Journey's End.

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Thom Matheson - Oct 27, 2006 7:25 pm (#57 of 148)

Harry Potter and the Servant's Revenge

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journeymom - Oct 27, 2006 10:17 pm (#58 of 148)

I like it, Thom!
Harry Potter and A New Hope
Harry Potter and the Order Strikes Back
Harry Potter and the Return of the Phoenix

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Mrs. Sirius - Oct 27, 2006 10:32 pm (#59 of 148)

Mom of 4 in serious lurker mode.
As for the chapters: Godric's Hollow The Red Dawn The Rising of the Phoenix And I think the book should end with a chapter called "The Man Who Lived"

Elenor perhaps i am just too hormonal, but I love your proposed chapters, particularly, "The Man Who Lived". It made me feel all choked up. "Godric's Hollow" just has to be there. I have spent a lot of time wondering what will we find there. I don't know why but I am not all that enthused about Red Dawn although I certainly understand it.

For a book title she is going to take us somewhere new I predict, although not necessarily -a place.

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Phelim Mcintyre - Oct 30, 2006 9:43 am (#60 of 148)

How about Harry Potter and the House Elves' Revolt?

I think something is going to happen along the lines of the beings from the statue of magical brethren uniting to overcome Voldemort in someway. I'm sure the battle between Mouldy Voldie and DD in the Ministry, and the way the statues got involved mean something.

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freshwater - Oct 30, 2006 6:37 pm (#61 of 148)

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Ooooo, good point, P.I!! I bet we'll see not only the 4 houses coming together to contribute to the overthrow of LV, but also the various "magical brethren" uniting to utilize their various strengths.

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shadzar - Oct 31, 2006 1:20 am (#62 of 148)

Man vs elves vs goblins vs DE? Swith the DE for dwarves and it sounds like the battle in the Hobbit (before the eagles joined in the movie). Just throw the werewolves in as independants you your get the Battle of Five Armies....

Harry Potter, There and Back Again

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Lina - Oct 31, 2006 5:50 am (#63 of 148)

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Few ideas came by reading some other threads...

HP & Snape's choices
HP & Harmony
HP & the Uniting of the Houses

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Good Evans - Oct 31, 2006 1:16 pm (#64 of 148)

Practically perfect in every way
could the epilogue be called - "What harry did next" ??

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Phelim Mcintyre - Nov 1, 2006 2:03 am (#65 of 148)

Only if he survives.

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journeymom - Nov 1, 2006 10:42 am (#66 of 148)

But we have firmly established that Harry survives, with the chapter "The Man Who Lived".

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Elanor - Nov 1, 2006 12:30 pm (#67 of 148)

ROFL journeymom! And thanks a lot Mrs Sirius! **blushing**

I love the idea of the house-elves being involved in the title! "Harry Potter and SPEW" sounds good but somehow I don't think the publishers would appreciate...

What about "Harry Potter and the Third Law"?

I've always thought that dear Sybill being called "Tre-law-ney" was a hint she's going to make a third real prophecy.

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journeymom - Nov 1, 2006 2:18 pm (#68 of 148)

Elanor, are you referring to the "Tre" in her name?

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Mattew Bates - Nov 1, 2006 3:48 pm (#69 of 148)

“Out of suffering have emerged the strongest souls; the most massive characters are seared with scars.” Kahlil Gibran
Am I the only one that thinks of Asimov upon hearing "Harry Potter and the Third Law"?

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Elanor - Nov 1, 2006 10:46 pm (#70 of 148)

LOL Mattew! In fact, when writing it, it more reminded me of Golpalott's Third Law!

Journeymom, yes I was refering to the "Tre" in her name: "tres" means three in Latin and, in words such as "treble" or "trefoil", "tre" means three, and she's made two "real" prophecies only so far...

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Good Evans - Nov 1, 2006 11:51 pm (#71 of 148)

Practically perfect in every way
oooohhh Audrey - never thought of that - that will be great!

how about Harry Potter and the Seers curse??

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Chemyst - Nov 3, 2006 6:11 am (#72 of 148)

"Organizing is what you do before you do something, so that when you do it, it is not all mixed up." A.A. Milne
Someone on another board suggested "Harry Potter and the Dump Truck Full of Money." – Die Z.
That prompted me to think like this:
Dump truck full of money ? changing story writing into gold ? Chrysopoeia ? I should check that in Wikipedia, and so I did:

In alchemy, the term chrysopoeia means transmutation into gold (from the Greek words for "gold", chrysón and "to make", poiéin), although it is also symbolically used to indicate the philosopher's stone as the completion of the Great Work. The word was used in the title of an alchemical textbook, the Chrysopoeia of Kleopatra, which was probably written in the late hellenistic period, although it gained wider fame only in the middle ages. The book is mainly centred around the idea of "one to all" (en to pan), a concept that is related to ouroboros and to hermetic wisdom. from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chrysopoeia"
I added the bold, but how weird is that? Even so, I'm predicting the term "Chrysopoeia" will NOT be in any title.

Harry Potter and the Ridiculously Long Book Which Culminates in Many Happenings Which Were Completely Unexpected – azi
aka Harry Potter meets Lemony Snicket

Another silly thought— In Lina's original post beginning this thread she gave a link to the rumours section of Jo's website, which I will quote in part: Let me remind you once again that any ‘information’ about the contents of ‘Half-Blood Prince’ should be treated with extreme scepticism unless it comes from this website or from my publishers or agent. The silly season is upon us; there’s bound to be an ‘inside leak’, ie, total fabrication, any time now.
OK, notice how inside leak was set off in single quotes? ...there’s bound to be an ‘inside leak’? So, how about a chapter title "Inside Leak" Half of the chapter would be set in the Leaky Cauldron where secret information is revealed, and the other half of the chapter would be a return to the Chamber of Secrets through Hogwarts' crumbling plumbing.

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Elanor - Nov 3, 2006 9:37 am (#73 of 148)

That would be very cunning of her Chemyst, so deliciously cunning that it would not surprise me for a second you'd be right on teh chapter title!!!

BTW, another word for the achieved Philosopher's Stone (and there are LOTS of them) is simply "ruby", which would sound good in a title!

What about Harry Potter and the Ruby Oath? (no idea why "oath" but it just sounded good! )

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journeymom - Nov 3, 2006 11:13 am (#74 of 148)

Chemyst, I love it. You've got JKR's creative puns down.

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John Bumbledore - Nov 3, 2006 2:13 pm (#75 of 148)

"Tempus edax rerum." [Time, the devourer of all things.] Ovid
Since it will be the seventh book...

Harry Potter and the Most Magical Book
I also like the chapter title, "The Man Who Lived!" I don't think the last chapter would be called "The Survivors" because she would then need other chapters named "The Amazing Race," "Big Brother," "Godric's Hollow: Extreme Makeover, Home Edition!" (Would that be a flashback via the pensive?)
Not to mention titles named "The Biggest Looser" (would it be Grawp or Hagrid?), "Fear Factor" (Oh, wait, we had that with Ron and Aragog!) , Bill could be featured in "Extreme Makeover" or Marietta in "The Swan."

Well, maybe not those exactly.

<)B^D˜ John Bumbledore
The lineup of the usual suspects/ Smiles is now in my profile.

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journeymom - Nov 3, 2006 2:25 pm (#76 of 148)

John Bumbledore, Bwahahahahahaha!

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Thom Matheson - Nov 3, 2006 3:30 pm (#77 of 148)

Reads John Bumbledore's post and has to excuse himself before leaving nasel DNA all over the keyboard.

The extreme makeover home edition Bwahahahahahah. Can you see them talking on the bus? "Let's go to Sears".

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haymoni - Nov 3, 2006 4:31 pm (#78 of 148)

They could use "Wingardium Leviosa" to "Move that bus!"

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Esther Rose - Nov 6, 2006 3:06 pm (#79 of 148)

You forgot Hogwarts Next Top Evil Villain and Hogwarts Quidditch Idol!

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John Bumbledore - Nov 6, 2006 3:15 pm (#80 of 148)

"Tempus edax rerum." [Time, the devourer of all things.] Ovid
While reading Chemyst post, these words jumped out at me "the philosopher's stone as the completion of the Great Work." (And it wasn't just their boldness, either).

If Jo has started her "Great Work" with the completion, then ought she finish with the beginning? Stay with me on this...

Harry, in his search for the Horcruxes, finds the sole surviving time-turner and has a sudden realization. He has identified the objects likely to be the remaining Horcruxes but only knows there whereabouts up to that fateful night in Godric Hollow. He is determine to go back to the past and destroy all six horcruxes before that night arrives again. He finds five, including Riddles diary, but the locket in the cave is already gone. He must go back to the time he left...

Harry Potter and his Trip Back to the Future
Well, it turns out the time-turner he used was a DeLorean that Arthur modified.

<)B^D˜ John Bumbledore
The lineup of the usual suspects/ Smiles is now in my profile.

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Chemyst - Nov 6, 2006 4:00 pm (#81 of 148)

"Organizing is what you do before you do something, so that when you do it, it is not all mixed up." A.A. Milne
it turns out the time-turner he used was a DeLorean that Arthur modified

OK. But when did Arthur get his raise to afford that?

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timrew - Nov 6, 2006 5:19 pm (#82 of 148)

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John B.:- Well, it turns out the time-turner he used was a DeLorean that Arthur modified.

What happens when it gets to 88mph?

Does Harry turn into a pumpkin?.............

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Thom Matheson - Nov 6, 2006 9:22 pm (#83 of 148)

Nope, The DeLoren turns into a Mini Cooper or a Tourquoise and White Metropolitan

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Phelim Mcintyre - Nov 7, 2006 3:35 am (#84 of 148)

I must get my eyes checked, either that or my dyslexia is playing up again. I read DeLorian as Delores!!! Why I asked would Mr Weasley want to modify Delores Umbridge? Or is this a Freudian moment exposing my wish that she end up in the same ward as Lockheart?

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Thom Matheson - Nov 8, 2006 12:03 am (#85 of 148)

or a thing about cars?

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Starling - Nov 8, 2006 6:55 am (#86 of 148)

Delores Umbridge V 1.00.2.6 beta, now with improved dress sense! Download now!

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Madame Pomfrey - Nov 11, 2006 6:57 pm (#87 of 148)

Wow, I can't believe I just found this thread! Better late than never I suppose. I really like the titles having to do with the phoenix. Harry Potter and the Rise of the Phoenix.(SE Jones?)I absolutely love.

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virginiaelizabeth - Nov 11, 2006 9:41 pm (#88 of 148)

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SPEW!!!!! I LOVE that avatar Madame Pomfrey!! Too cute!!

I also love title with Pheonix in them. I think the pheonix will play a big part in this book!

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azi - Nov 12, 2006 6:49 am (#89 of 148)

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I like the Phoenix title ideas too, but we've already got one title with the word in so, alas, it probably won't happen.

Any ideas for titles which may show a return for Victor Krum?

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Madame Pomfrey - Nov 12, 2006 10:07 am (#90 of 148)

Thanks,Ginny. I think the phoenix will play a big part in book 7 also. Azi,that is a problem. Phoenix has already been used,but would it prevent her from using it again?

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Nathan Zimmermann - Nov 12, 2006 11:54 am (#91 of 148)

Harry Potter and the Eye of the Snake

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freshwater - Nov 12, 2006 7:32 pm (#92 of 148)

Connections, speculation, discussion: the best part of HP reading! Check out the on-going HP Lex Forum series re-read! Currently reading GoF...
What about "Harry Potter and the Seventh Horcrux" ? ....referring to Voldemort still possessing 1/7 of his soul.

*snicker** As I typed the above, I accidentally typed "Voldemart"...sounds like a big, scary store!**grin**

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S.E. Jones - Nov 14, 2006 5:49 pm (#93 of 148)

Let it snow!
Madame Pomfrey --Harry Potter and the Rise of the Phoenix.(SE Jones?)I absolutely love.--

That was Azi's, actually. And I agree that it's quite a wonderful title.

How about HP and the Seventh Soul?

Hey, maybe we can vote on a possible title and then leak it as a rumor so JKR will have to respond with the real title? Unless, she reads this and figures out we're doing it just to get the real title, so she gives us a fake title. Unless, she knows we'll think it's a fake title because we think she knows we were behind the rumored title... I'm just gonna stop there before I hurt myself. My head just can't take it tonight.

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Betelgeuse Black - Nov 14, 2006 7:28 pm (#94 of 148)

Harry Potter and the Embedded Soul Bit.

:-)

Betelgeuse

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journeymom - Nov 14, 2006 9:08 pm (#95 of 148)

Ow! Ow! Ow! Sarah, stop! Ow!

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Thom Matheson - Nov 14, 2006 9:30 pm (#96 of 148)

I know that you know that I know that you know the real title, since the real title is that the same thing that you thought that I thought at the same time. Perfectly understandable Sarah. I got that.

Journeymom, You need to do something about that lisp regarding your owl.

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journeymom - Nov 15, 2006 12:22 am (#97 of 148)

:roflmao! *snort, sniffle* [wipes a tear away]

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Hogwarts Class of 85 - Nov 19, 2006 2:42 pm (#98 of 148)

I like Harry Potter and the Prophesy Fulfilled

ambiguous enough not to give anything away

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Thom Matheson - Nov 19, 2006 6:40 pm (#99 of 148)

Harry Potter and the Just Get On With The Last Book Already!

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Phelim Mcintyre - Nov 20, 2006 2:35 am (#100 of 148)

Lol Thom, I like it. Jo - are you reading this?
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S.E. Jones - Nov 20, 2006 3:16 am (#101 of 148)
Let it snow!
HP and the Hand of the Other...?

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Madam Pince - Nov 20, 2006 6:53 am (#102 of 148)

The eyes are the windows to the soul...
That would attract the Lost crowd...

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journeymom - Nov 20, 2006 9:14 am (#103 of 148)

Sarah, I like that very much!

Madam, I didn't watch Lost beyond the pilot. (Couldn't handle the anxiety!) How does that relate to Lost?

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TheSaint - Nov 20, 2006 10:16 am (#104 of 148)

Harry Poter and the Hand of Fate!

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John Bumbledore - Nov 20, 2006 11:54 am (#105 of 148)

"Tempus edax rerum." [Time, the devourer of all things.] Ovid
Peter Pettigrew and the Fate fo the Hand!
**sorry, maybe I'm focused on the wrong hand?**

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Madam Pince - Nov 20, 2006 3:04 pm (#106 of 148)

The eyes are the windows to the soul...
Journeymom -- just the reference to "The Other." There's some people on the island known as "The Others."

OK, so it was weak...

I like a "hand" reference, though. Or an "eyes" reference.

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John Bumbledore - Nov 21, 2006 7:32 am (#107 of 148)

"Tempus edax rerum." [Time, the devourer of all things.] Ovid
Harry Potter and the Last Horcruxes
Harry Potter and the Prophesy of Doom
... I feel another one in this series... Oh, Now I remember.
Harry Potter and the Raiders of the Lost Horcrux
... which reminds me...
Harry Potter and the Witch Who Loved Him
Harry Potter and Never Say You'll Never Write Another Harry Potter Book, Again.
Harry Potter and the Giant Squidy
Harry Potter and the Horcrux Maker (Well, it does rhyme with Moonraker)
... taking another turn...
Harry Potter and the Lord of the Death Eaters
Harry Potter and the Two Wands
... wandering all over now...
Harry Potter, The Witch and The Scar
Harry Potter and the Horcrux Hunters
Harry Potter and the Return of the Headmaster
Harry Potter and the Search for Waldo
Harry Potter and Me
Harry Potter and Dumbledore's Army
... I had better stop now before the dungbomb start flying.

<)B^D˜ John Bumbledore

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TheSaint - Nov 21, 2006 9:45 am (#108 of 148)


snicker* Search for Waldo...ROFL!
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Ludicrous Patents Office - Nov 27, 2006 9:45 pm (#109 of 148)

John I like Harry Potter and the Return of the Headmaster the best. LPO

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wingardio leviosa - Dec 8, 2006 7:27 am (#110 of 148)

John, you should research a stop-laughing charm before posting that.. I could use it

Supposing that Arithmancy finallly will get the spotlight in #7, what about

HP & the Numbers that Count

?

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John Bumbledore - Dec 8, 2006 2:15 pm (#111 of 148)

"Tempus edax rerum." [Time, the devourer of all things.] Ovid
Oh, I was re-reading this thread when this possible book title hit me:


Harry Potter and Love's Choice
Is it Lily's choice to die to save her son? Is it Harry's choice that, out of love, saves the Wizarding world? Is it Ginny's choice that saves Harry's life? And for the latter two, what is the cost of "Love's Choice?"
Thus:


Harry Potter and the Cost of Love's Choice
John Bumbledore <)B^D˜

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Lina - Dec 8, 2006 3:34 pm (#112 of 148)

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Ooooh, Vingardio Leviosa, I like your tittle!

On the Bones family thread Haymoni mentioned a chapter title

The Lion and the Toad
I thought I'd mention it here.
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Anna L. Black - Dec 9, 2006 11:02 am (#113 of 148)

I WANT BOOK 7!!!!!

I'm sorry, I just had to vent the frustration. I don't think I can wait any longer...

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Betelgeuse Black - Dec 9, 2006 5:19 pm (#114 of 148)

Anna,

I hope you feel better after venting. However, I think you'll have to wait longer. :-(

Better get a time turner and go into the future.

Betelgeuse

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Regan of Gong - Dec 11, 2006 3:59 pm (#115 of 148)

Self declared doctor of everything.
I think titles for HP books need to be less abstract, perhaps why titles such as Harry Potter and the Alchemist's Cell appeal to us so much. Of course, this is impossible seeing as we know nothing about book 7.

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Mrs. Sirius - Dec 11, 2006 11:12 pm (#116 of 148)

Mom of 4 in serious lurker mode.
Of course, this is impossible seeing as we know nothing about book 7.

Actually we know quite a bit of book 7. Check out the Book 7 icon on the home page.

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timrew - Dec 12, 2006 4:42 pm (#117 of 148)

Middle-aged Harry Potter fan
How about.................."Harry Potter and the Way It All Began"....................

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TheSaint - Dec 13, 2006 5:41 am (#118 of 148)

Sounds a bit like 'Harry Potter and the Way We Were'....



scattered pictures...of the smiles we left behind...smiles we gave to one another...for the way we were....*
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timrew - Dec 14, 2006 3:37 pm (#119 of 148)

Middle-aged Harry Potter fan
Yeah......I suppose you're right Saint. Memories, light the corners of my mind, and all that............

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Esther Rose - Dec 18, 2006 9:21 am (#120 of 148)

Harry Potter and the Legend of the Sorting Hat.

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John Bumbledore - Dec 19, 2006 11:42 am (#121 of 148)

"Tempus edax rerum." [Time, the devourer of all things.] Ovid
"I suppose you're right Saint. Memories, light the corners of my mind, and all that..." -- Timrew

Tim, suggesting the title will be "Harry Potter and the Smell of Burnt Cobwebs" are you?

John Bumbledore <)B^D˜

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Good Evans - Dec 21, 2006 6:31 am (#122 of 148)

Practically perfect in every way
might I suggest anyone who has not yet been to JK Rowling's site does so - as the answer would appear to be given.... I'm not going to post the information here as it is a bit early to do so I think.

instructions how to find the info on her site if you are too impatient to work it through.. are on the JKR official website thread.

EXCITING...............!!!!!!!!!!

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Choices - Dec 21, 2006 8:58 am (#123 of 148)

*Completely Obsessed With Harry Potter*
Heck, it's been announced on the Today Show already.

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azi - Dec 21, 2006 9:06 am (#124 of 148)

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It's the most popular story on BBC News online as well!

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John Bumbledore - Dec 21, 2006 10:51 am (#125 of 148)

"Tempus edax rerum." [Time, the devourer of all things.] Ovid
We should still refrain from posting the title of the seventh book in plain text until the hosts say otherwise. You can copy the following line of this post and use it to do invisible (white) text:

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I used it below this line so you can see how that line would display in a post. (Click and drag over the space below to reveal the text.)

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John Bumbledore <)B^D˜

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Chemyst - Dec 21, 2006 11:22 am (#126 of 148)

"Organizing is what you do before you do something, so that when you do it, it is not all mixed up." A.A. Milne
I think this thread will have to be retitled to The ^Chapter Title(s) for the Seventh Book.

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S.E. Jones - Dec 21, 2006 11:53 am (#127 of 148)

Let it snow!
John, you might try "linen" instead of "white". It can be even more invisible on our background (in the margins to the left, it is more invisible, but about as invisible on the rest of the page).

Chemyst, we'll probably change the title and focus of this thread later. There is now a discussion thread dedicated to the title JKR has given us via her website.

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Die Zimtzicke - Dec 21, 2006 6:05 pm (#128 of 148)

Well, none of us were even close...darn it!

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aggieamy - Dec 21, 2006 9:35 pm (#129 of 148)

Darn I knew I should have posted my guess. I was so close! Now nobody will believe me of course. Kidding of course.

I was guessing something lame like 'Harry Potter and the Secret Clue'. Good think JKR doesn't consult with me on the books. Of course if she was interested I'd be more than happy to help.

Wow. The new title has me giddy.

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Phelim Mcintyre - Dec 24, 2006 3:51 am (#130 of 148)

Now we have a book title any guesses for the chapter titles? I'm sure Godric's Hollow will be one, also something about a Weasley Wedding.

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Lina - Dec 24, 2006 5:19 pm (#131 of 148)

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I think we can really continue on guessing the chapter tittles. At least there will be much more of them than the Book titles so we have more chance to get few of them correct...

I also think that there will have to be one chapter Godric's Hollow.

I was planning to find the title that was the closest to the real one, but for the moment, I can't think of any that was. Maybe those that were mentioning horcruxes? But I'm afraid that we won't know that until we read to book.

OK, maybe one of the chapters will be just Halloween or The First Halloween...

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virginiaelizabeth - Dec 24, 2006 9:54 pm (#132 of 148)

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The Final Battle
The Last Horcrux
The End
The Boy Who Lived ( I think this may have been said earlier on in this thread but I can't remember so I put it down anyways. I love it so much)
R.A.B.


Definately a "Godric's Hollow"

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S.E. Jones - Dec 30, 2006 7:55 pm (#133 of 148)

Let it snow!
How about "Back to the Beginning" as a chapter title?

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Madam Pince - Dec 30, 2006 8:25 pm (#134 of 148)

The eyes are the windows to the soul...
Yes, I think it will be something like "Return to Godric's Hollow" perhaps, rather than just plain "Godric's Hollow."

Sounds like one of those old 1970's Wonderful World of Disney TV-movies with a couple of nosey kids solving some mystery...

I can just see Voldemort shaking his fist and yelling "You blasted kids!"

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Madame Pomfrey - Dec 31, 2006 9:35 am (#135 of 148)

How about Dumbledore's Big Mistake, The Draught of Living Death, The Heir of Gryffindor?

Lol, Madame Pince! "I could have been the greatest,immortal wizard if not for those nosey kids!"

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Lina - Jan 1, 2007 11:27 pm (#136 of 148)

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Have we suggested The Ancient Magic already?

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Esther Rose - Jan 3, 2007 10:02 am (#137 of 148)

I think one title will be connected to Charlie Weasley and/or Romania.

How about A Romanian Voyage.

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azi - Jan 3, 2007 10:19 am (#138 of 148)

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I like it, Esther!

Transylvanian Travels?

Fawkes' Flame(s)

Whereabouts of a Werewolf

The Order Meet Again (sounds like an Enid Blyton title, lol!)

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journeymom - Jan 3, 2007 12:39 pm (#139 of 148)

I like Whereabouts of a Werewolf. Not only is it alliterative, but it can refer to more than one character and have more than one meaning.

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Lina - Jan 12, 2007 3:51 pm (#140 of 148)

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This one just came to my mind: The Forbidden Pensieve.

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Die Zimtzicke - Jan 16, 2007 10:50 am (#141 of 148)

We need a chapter title "Ravenclaw has its Day" in my opinion!

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John Bumbledore - Jan 18, 2007 10:50 am (#142 of 148)

"Tempus edax rerum." [Time, the devourer of all things.] Ovid
Harry may have to deal with Dung, how about "To catch a thief?"

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Good Evans - Jan 18, 2007 11:57 am (#143 of 148)

Practically perfect in every way
Hee Hee Hee John - yes I like that!!!

I feel that we may get "Owl Post" again - Jo seems to like using this one.

how about .."Hogwarts a History" ? How many times has this book been mentioned maybe there is something about the school we need to know. Harry may not be returning to complete year 7 but I cannot believe he wont have to go to the School at some point.

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S.E. Jones - Jan 23, 2007 10:53 am (#144 of 148)

Let it snow!
I like that John, something dealing with Dung makes sense.

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John Bumbledore - Jan 24, 2007 9:23 am (#145 of 148)

"Tempus edax rerum." [Time, the devourer of all things.] Ovid
Oh no, I had a terrible thought. Jo wouldn't use "Essence of Dung" would she?

John Bumbledore <)B^D˜

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Snuffles - Jan 25, 2007 4:11 am (#146 of 148)

Olivia
Hee hee John. If Jo reads this thread, she might do now

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Die Zimtzicke - Jan 29, 2007 11:57 am (#147 of 148)

If Dung really mattered to the plot, wouldn't Jo have warned the film makers not to leave him out of OotP? Which they did...

I know the films aren't canon, but I think she does give them advice about what to put in or out.

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xray - Feb 6, 2007 3:59 pm (#148 of 148)

Hermione will work in Fred & George's Joke Shop after Hogwarts
This is true, Die. Which leads one to wonder about Ginny... why was she included in the first movie if she isn't important? I'm expecting great things from her in DH Smile
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