An open letter to J.K. Rowling

WHAT THE FUCK WERE YOU THINKING?! WHAT THE FLYING FUCK?!

Sirius is the first legitimate father figure Harry has in his life, someone to look up to and to care for him, always be there for him. Sirius loves Harry like a son. He’s always there to protect him. And then, YOU FUCKING KILL HIM. YOU FUCKING BITCH. YOU BITCH.

Cedric is probably the nicest human being to ever exist. He’s a hufflepuff, which should tell you that already. He’s the one that gives Harry a hint on how to open the clue for the next task, because he’s got an honest to god great soul. Then, when he and Harry get to the cup at the same time, he doesn’t selfishly take it, he offers to take it at the same time, together, because he plays fair. And then, YOU FUCKING KILL HIM, YOU FUCKING BITCH. YOU BITCH. You even have him ask Harry to TAKE HIS BODY BACK TO HIS FATHER. YOU BITCH.

Now the rest of this is going to be about the 7th book.
WHAT THE FUCK WERE YOU THINKING?! WHAT THE FLYING FUCK?!
WERE YOU WRITING IT AND PICKED NAMES OUT OF A HAT, AND THOSE WERE THE ONES THAT WERE GOING TO DIE?
BECAUSE THAT IS THE ONLY GOOD REASON YOU COULD GIVE ME FOR KILLING OFF THESE MOTHERFUCKING GREAT PEOPLE.

first things first.
Hedwig has been with Harry through everything. She’s almost human with the way she understands him. Then she fights off a deatheater, trying to protect Harry, because that’s what she does. AND THEN, YOU FUCKING KILL HER, YOU FUCKING BITCH. YOU BITCH.

Lupin and Tonks were probably the greatest couple ever. Lupin was another father figure for Harry. He cared for him like a son, and was always there to protect him. He was also such a strong character for not letting the fact that he’s a wherewolf define him, he handled it with care and made sure no one got hurt because of it. Tonks was just a beautiful person, inside and out. Her personality lit up the whole room. They were married, they loved each other, and she was pregnant. They were going to have a child. And then, YOU FUCKING KILL THEM, YOU FUCKING BITCH. YOU BITCH.

Dobby. All he ever does is try and save Harry. The first time he shows up, he’s trying to save Harry’s life by preventing him returning to Hogwarts. Later, he’s freed and he’s happy because he has no master. And then he shows up to save Harry and his friends one last time. His dying words to Harry are the most depressing thing you’ll ever hear. “What a beautiful place… to be with friends. Dobby is happy to be with friends.” AND THEN YOU FUCKING KILL HIM, YOU FUCKING BITCH. YOU BITCH. And the tombstone they make for him says, “Here lies Dobby: a free elf”. Fuck. Just fuck.

Snape is the most tragic character in all of Harry Potter. He was in love with Lily Evans, had to endure torturing bullying in high school, and was a reformed death eater. He came to Dumbledore in desperation, and in complete honesty with his intentions, to turn around and be good. Every single book, Harry thinks that Snape is out to get him, but in reality, he’s saving his life every single time. For example, in the first book, Quirrel tries to bewtich Harry’s broom, and Snape tries to countercurse it. Because they see him, they think it’s him, but it’s the furthest from the truth. Dumbeldore, in the 6th book, told Snape to kill him. Snape was ordered to kill someone by that very person, the last person on earth he would ever want dead. Snape had to let people think he was evil in order to save Harry, in the long run. And then, and then, Harry has Lily’s eyes. And in his last breath, Snape asks Harry to look into his eyes, so he can see hers one last time. BECAUSE YOU FUCKING KILL HIM, YOU FUCKING BITCH. YOU BITCH.

Fred and George. Fuck. This is the worst fucking one. Because well, they’re twins, but they’re more than that. They have a deep connection to each other that no one comprehends… they’re always on the same wavelength, finishing each other’s sentences, speaking in unison. They are truly brothers, in every sense of the word. And they’re both so happy when Percy comes back and apologizes, and then Percy makes a joke, and Fred is so happy and surprised that Percy made a joke, because he never does, AND THEN YOU FUCKING KILL FRED. YOU FUCKING BITCH CUNT HOEBAG MOTHERFUCKING PIECE OF SHIT. YOU KILL FUCKING FRED. FRED. As in FRED AND GEORGE. Not only do you kill him, but then you go and do this:
“Fred’s lifeless cold body lay on the ground, unmoving and peaceful; the ghost his last laugh still etched upon his face.”

NO. JUST NO. YOU DON’T GET TO DO THAT, YOU BITCH. YOU DON’T GET TO HAVE A CHARACTER FOR COMIC RELIEF IN THE FIRST 6 BOOKS AND THEN DECIDE HE DESERVES TO DIE. FUCKING HELL NO, YOU SON OF A BITCH.

The worst part is, you left George all alone. You’ve even said it. There’s no way George would EVER get over the death of Fred. They’re always together. Always. He’d be losing his other half. If he ever laughed again it would sound hollow, like there was something missing. He would say something in a room by himself and the silence that replied would almost strangle him. Something that he and Fred used to find funny would lose all humor to him. He’d be a walking shell of his former self, longing to be reunited with the other half to be complete again. And Fred, if he could watch this from heaven, or wherever he ends up after dying, would have to watch his brother be miserable for the rest of his life. He would have to watch as George cried himself to sleep every night and know that he couldn’t do anything about it. He couldn’t be the one to comfort his own brother when he desperately needed to. It would be pure torture.

you can’t just do that, J.K. Rowling. Do you even realise what you’ve done?

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5 Responses to An open letter to J.K. Rowling

  1. dkalbaugh says:

    amen. ❤ fred and george.

  2. I’ve always thought J.K. Rowling killed the wrong characters. You tell her, sistah! (Btw, love your Beatles header!)

    • littlexwing says:

      Haha, thank you for agreeing. I just had to let this all out one day, it’s a bit sloppy, but well, there’s something to be said for raw expression of anger. And thanks, I love the Beatles! I thought they fit quite well 🙂

  3. siubhan says:

    wow. just wow. never have i seen such vehement protest on behalf of a fictional character. 🙂

    and c’mon– i am a snape lover from start to finish, but you have to admit there was a sense of… …poetic justice to his end, at least, no?

    • littlexwing says:

      Haha, well I mean, I tend to get attached to fictional characters. I also see it as a testament to J.K. Rowling’s artistry as a writer, really engaging people like me XD

      Poetic justice?! I hate to say it, but you’re probably right. I still just think he’s such a tragic character, I can’t help but feeling bad for him.

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