Peter Pettigrew goes looking for
mercy in all the wrong places (not that there's a right place; not in that
...Ron was staring at Pettigrew with the utmost
revulsion. "I let you sleep in my bed!" he
said. (pg. 373, US)
Harry's response is a bit more blunt.
"Get off me!" (pg. 375)
"Of course," said Black,
and the ghost of a grin flitted across his gaunt face. He, too,
began rolling up his sleeves. "Shall we kill him
"Yes, I think so," said Lupin grimly.
(pg 373, US)
This is illustrating Lupin's line, which I
always heard in my head sounding like Derek Jacobi playing Cadfael.
I just included the previous paragraph for some context.
Old friends reunited and reconciled, working
together to achieve a common goal – really, this belongs on a
Christmas card or something.
This picture should come before the previous
two, chronologically, but I thought it more fitting to end the page