Lately, there’s been a lot of talk about the final Harry Potter book, which will probably be released this summer. “Who is it that dies?” That’s the question posted on fan blogs the world over. Apparently, J.K. Rowling has divulged that at least one central character suffers an unfortunate ending at some point in the course of the seventh volume’s presumed multitude of pages.

Is it Hermione? Is it Ron?? Is it Harry??? Well, consider this… what if it’s you!

Rumors have long since circulated that Ms. Rowling traded her soul for the ability to write such compelling books. Some folks go as far as to claim, with absolute assuredness, that the Harry Potter series comes straight from the pit of hell itself. I happen to disagree, but what if these people are right. Who’s to say that J.K. Rowling herself isn’t a witch gone bad. Perhaps she’s an alumnus of Hogwarts’ who now works for He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named. Perhaps she’s bent on destroying innocent muggles the world over. Perhaps Ms. Rowling’s not-so-little “fictional” children’s series is, in truth, the perfect trap.

Perhaps anyone who finishes the entire Harry Potter series dies just as soon as they read the final page of book seven. Given this alarming proposition, one might want to wait a week before picking up the latest book once it does come out. There could be side effects.