Harry Potter, Hacked?

I know a lot of you guys are Harry Potter fans and are anxiously waiting for the last book to come out. According to rumors, one of the novel’s key characters will die at the end of the last book.

Unfortunately, a hacker named “Gabriel” recently spoiled the surprise by hacking into an employee’s computer at Mrs. Rowling’s publishing house. He got his hands on the novel and published it on the SecLists.Org security mailing list.

We did it by following the precious words of the great Pope Benedict XVI when he still was Cardinal Josepth Ratzinger.He explained why Harry Potter bring the youngs of our earth to Neo Paganism faith. So we made this spoiler to make reading the upcoming book useless and boring.

It’s amazing to see how many people inside the company have copies and drafts of this book.

Is this information accurate? Nobody knows for sure, but it’s certainly possible that all of this is an elaborate trick to fool people into believing a false conclusion.

For those of you not planning to read the book, the spoiler can be found right here. And for the others, avoid clicking on this link at all cost. You might want to pre-order the novel instead and get it July 21.

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10 Responses to Harry Potter, Hacked?

  1. While I couldn't care less about Harry Potter and the Temple of Despair or whatever it's called…I DO care that people are trying to spoil something for others just because they can.

    People. Eh.

    Thanks for the heads-up though.

  2. While I couldn’t care less about Harry Potter and the Temple of Despair or whatever it’s called…I DO care that people are trying to spoil something for others just because they can.
    People. Eh.

    Thanks for the heads-up though.

  3. Obviously the guy can't even type a sentence that is gramatically or punctually correct.

    If he writes like a 2nd grader, there can be no other conclusion than it is a hoax. Even if it is a ruse to try and "cover" his intellegence – most people want to lend at least some level of credibility to what they say – and writing like a 2nd grader just doesn't cut it.

    While Harry Potter may very well perish in the end (all know that JKR wants to terminate the story line with no hope of resurection), I ask the question: Who cares? Those that have followed the story line will continue to do so; to the bitter end. Those that haven't don't care any way.

    Is it for future generations? So, the books are published already – and those that are just starting will read them for their literary value; those that don't read them – won't care.

    • Jim: Well, my guess is that this Gabriel is not anglophone. That would explain the poor english-writing skills.

      And I agree with you, this will be the last book, so whether Harry dies or not, this will not affect the finality of the series.

  4. Obviously the guy can’t even type a sentence that is gramatically or punctually correct.

    If he writes like a 2nd grader, there can be no other conclusion than it is a hoax. Even if it is a ruse to try and “cover” his intellegence – most people want to lend at least some level of credibility to what they say – and writing like a 2nd grader just doesn’t cut it.

    While Harry Potter may very well perish in the end (all know that JKR wants to terminate the story line with no hope of resurection), I ask the question: Who cares? Those that have followed the story line will continue to do so; to the bitter end. Those that haven’t don’t care any way.

    Is it for future generations? So, the books are published already – and those that are just starting will read them for their literary value; those that don’t read them – won’t care.

    • Jim: Well, my guess is that this Gabriel is not anglophone. That would explain the poor english-writing skills.

      And I agree with you, this will be the last book, so whether Harry dies or not, this will not affect the finality of the series.

  5. I hope they all die.

    Quite frankly, I was hoping Rowlings would've died in a car crash after the second book, but…we live in an imperfect world.

  6. I hope they all die.
    Quite frankly, I was hoping Rowlings would’ve died in a car crash after the second book, but…we live in an imperfect world.

  7. I've read the spoilers and they don't spoil anything because the story is in the entire book. You must have context. If you were opened the story of Cinderella to the last page and found out the shoe fits would that satisfy you as to why it's important that it does?

  8. I’ve read the spoilers and they don’t spoil anything because the story is in the entire book. You must have context. If you were opened the story of Cinderella to the last page and found out the shoe fits would that satisfy you as to why it’s important that it does?

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