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The lane was bordered on the left by wild, low-growing brambles, on the right by a high, neatly manicured hedge. But I hope he will be satisfied. You sound confident that your reception will be good? They turned right, into a wide driveway that led off the lane.
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Neither of them broke step: In silence both raised their left arms in a kind of salute and passed straight through, as though the dark metal were smoke. A handsome manor house grew out of the darkness at the end of the straight drive, lights glinting in the diamond-paned downstairs windows. Somewhere in the dark garden beyond the hedge a fountain was playing. Gravel crackled beneath their feet as Snape and Yaxley sped toward the front door, which swung inward at their approach, though nobody had visibly opened it.
The hallway was large, dimly lit, and sumptuously decorated, with a magnificent carpet covering most of the stone floor.
The eyes of the pale-faced portraits on the walls followed Snape and Yaxley as they strode past. The two men halted at a heavy wooden door leading into the next room, hesitated for the space of a heartbeat, then Snape turned the bronze handle. The drawing room was full of silent people, sitting at a long and ornate table. Illumination came from a roaring fire beneath a handsome marble mantelpiece surmounted by a gilded mirror.
Snape and Yaxley lingered for a moment on the threshold.
As their eyes grew accustomed to the lack of light, they were drawn upward to the strangest feature of the scene: an apparently unconscious human figure hanging upside down over the table, revolving slowly as if suspended by an invisible rope, and reflected in the mirror and in the bare, polished surface of the table below.
None of the people seated underneath this singular sight was looking at it except for a pale young man sitting almost directly below it. He seemed unable to prevent himself from glancing upward every minute or so. As they drew nearer, however, his face shone through the gloom, hairless, snakelike, with slits for nostrils and gleaming red eyes whose pupils were vertical.
He was so pale that he seemed to emit a pearly glow. Most of the eyes around the table followed Snape, and it was to him that Voldemort spoke first. Very good. All faces turned to him. No doubt a Confundus Charm has been placed upon Dawlish. It would not be the first time; he is known to be susceptible. The Order believes that we have infiltrated the Ministry.
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Voldemort did not laugh. His gaze had wandered upward to the body revolving slowly overhead, and he seemed to be lost in thought. I think that there is little chance of taking him once he is there, my Lord, unless, of course, the Ministry has fallen before next Saturday, which might give us the opportunity to discover and undo enough of the enchantments to break through the rest.
Yaxley squared his shoulders. I have — with difficulty, and after great effort — succeeded in placing an Imperius Curse upon Pius Thicknesse. Scrimgeour must be surrounded by our people before I act. It will, I think, be easy now that we have such a high-ranking official under our control, to subjugate the others, and then they can all work together to bring Scrimgeour down.
If we cannot touch the boy at his destination, then it must be done while he travels. If Potter Apparates or uses the Floo Network, we shall know immediately.
Easier to take, by far. There have been too many mistakes where Harry Potter is concerned. Some of them have been my own. That Potter lives is due more to my errors than to his triumphs. Voldemort, however, seemed to be speaking more to himself than to any of them, still addressing the unconscious body above him. But I know better now.
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I understand those things that I did not understand before. I must be the one to kill Harry Potter, and I shall be. Many of those at the table looked downward, startled, for the sound had seemed to issue from below their feet. Now he scrambled from his seat and scurried from the room, leaving nothing behind him but a curious gleam of silver. I shall need, for instance, to borrow a wand from one of you before I go to kill Potter.
Lucius, I see no reason for you to have a wand anymore. His skin appeared yellowish and waxy in the firelight, and his eyes were sunken and shadowed.
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When he spoke, his voice was hoarse. I require your wand. She was staring straight ahead, quite as pale as he was, her long blonde hair hanging down her back, but beneath the table her slim fingers closed briefly on his wrist. At her touch, Malfoy put his hand into his robes, withdrew a wand, and passed it along to Voldemort, who held it up in front of his red eyes, examining it closely.
He drew out his own wand and compared the lengths. The gesture was not missed by Voldemort, whose eyes widened maliciously. My wand? But I have noticed that you and your family seem less than happy of late.
What is it about my presence in your home that displeases you, Lucius? One or two of the wizards barely repressed a shudder as the hissing grew louder; something heavy could be heard sliding across the floor beneath the table. Voldemort stroked the creature absently with long thin fingers, still looking at Lucius Malfoy. Is my return, my rise to power, not the very thing they professed to desire for so many years? His hand shook as he wiped sweat from his upper lip. To his right, his son, Draco, who had been gazing up at the inert body overhead, glanced quickly at Voldemort and away again, terrified to make eye contact.
There can be no higher pleasure. And yours, Lucius and Narcissa. She has just married the werewolf, Remus Lupin. You must be so proud. Many leaned forward to exchange gleeful looks; a few thumped the table with their fists. This brat has nothing to do with either of us, nor any beast she marries.
She shook her head almost imperceptibly, then resumed her own deadpan stare at the opposite wall. Cut away those parts that threaten the health of the rest.
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The figure came to life with a groan and began to struggle against invisible bonds. Snape raised his eyes to the upside-down face. All of the Death Eaters were looking up at the captive now, as though they had been given permission to show curiosity. Help me!
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Draco shook his head jerkily. Now that the woman had woken, he seemed unable to look at her anymore. A broad, hunched woman with pointed teeth cackled. Professor Burbage taught the children of witches and wizards all about Muggles.
Charity Burbage revolved to face Snape again. Wizards, she says, must accept these thieves of their knowledge and magic. The dwindling of the purebloods is, says Professor Burbage, a most desirable circumstance. She would have us all mate with Muggles. For the third time, Charity Burbage revolved to face Snape. Tears were pouring from her eyes into her hair.
Snape looked back at her, quite impassive, as she turned slowly away from him again.
Charity fell, with a resounding crash, onto the table below, which trembled and creaked. Several of the Death Eaters leapt back in their chairs. Draco fell out of his onto the floor. Bookmark Name it so you can find it faster next time. Save changes Close.