c/o Bloomsbury Publishing
38 Soho Square
Dear Ms. Rowling,
I just finished the final book, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, and I was so moved by what I read that I was compelled to write this to you.
First, let me say that I'm not usually a fan of human literature. Well, not really. Well, on occasion I do, but not that often. Not too often. Anyway, your books are so easy to read, it's little wonder how long into the future they remain a staple of English literature.
As for this final book of yours, it's taken me three tries to write this letter because I keep crying uncontrollably on the parchment and smudging the ink. The scenes with Harry regarding Dumbledore? So completely moving and poignant, without being over-the-top, which they so easily could have been. And that final scene with Ron and Hermione? Teenage romance is so difficult to portray, but you did it perfectly. So rich and realistic and painful yet beautiful all at the same time.
And I was so completely shocked at the revelation with Snape. I had no idea! How do you do that? No, no, I know, you can't reveal your secrets. But, honestly! How do you do that?
Right, before this letter becomes nothing but a ball of hero-worship, I should probably finish it up. This book is brilliant. I'm awed, as always, and if you could autograph this copy for me, I'd be honored. Mail it back to UNIT headquarters, c/o Brigadier Winifred Bambera, she'll make sure I get it.
Your eternal fan,
PS: And when your publisher pushes you to do another series of "next gen" characters, just say NO. The human race depends on you to not be too overzealous.
Muse: The Doctor (Ten)
Fandom: Doctor Who
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