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Harry tries out a few professions but none with particular success: too overzealous and secretive and resistant to authority to be an auror (which is really just a fancy cop), to apathetic to play Quidditch professionally, too lackadaisical to teach full-time. Still, he’s never really had to worry about money, and Grimmold Place—the whole world, really—has plenty of locked rooms and hidden corridors to still explore. He is surrounded by friends and, eventually, the families they have. There is little he takes pleasure in more than his friend’s children, and is a favorite babysitter, though his charges always seem to get in a few more scrapes with him than without. He dates on and off, mostly Muggle women who barely see his faded scar, women with red hair or green eyes, Lily’s eyes. He gives an (eagerly anticipated) talk once a year at Hogwarts to Defense Against the Dark Arts NEWT students. It’s a quiet life, but not an unhappy one. The weight of the world is off him, and he’s come so far from those cobwebby stairs.
Now that this season of American Horror Story has ended with Miss Robichaux’s Academy wide open to witches of all sorts—and a new Supreme in place—it’s time to say goodbye to Misty Day, Queenie, Zoe, and the rest of our witchy besties.
But…if you are already missing the chaos caused by everyone’s favorite coven in New Orleans, here are 13 book recommendations to feed your love for witchcraft, voodoo, and backstabbing drama.
Yeah, we’re not ready to let go of Coven yet.
You get that dog, Tris.
Are you talking about the animal or Tobias.
bahaha open to interpretation