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As the great Joanne Rowling once (sort of) said, "It is the unknown we fear when we look upon death and darkness and the end of a great book series, nothing more."
Today that unknown became, well, more known, that fear diminished, and that death was the last enemy -- destroyed in a new 1500 word vignette that offers a glimpse into the adult lives of the wizards and witches we have long called friends.
J.K. Rowling posted the story in style of a gossip column written by peerless muckraker Rita Skeeter at the Argentinian World Cup to her eponymous website Pottermore, initially causing the site to crash. With just a swish and flick you can create a guest account to read Skeeter's acid prose, or you can accio it from our friends at Complex.More »