Name a part that makes you teary.
OK, I'm going to tell you a story. Hundreds of years ago, I did an internship at a bank. It was summer, I was fifteen and I was fucking bored. I didn't have much to do and I hated the work; however, it was also the summer Harry Potter 7 was released. What a magical day!
Anyway, I took my book with me to work to have something to do (and then to be told off by my boss because I had to LOOK as if I was doing something and shouldn't be reading...seriously, what is wrong with this world in which people pretend to do things to seemingly make something look better...).
It was a hot summer afternoon and the book was coming to a close and Harry was wandering through the forest to get to Voldemort to sacrifice himself. He used the stone of resurrection and his parents, Sirius and Remus appear. I swear, I was sitting at my desk, weeping so hard I was just happy everyone else was on lunch break. I was shaking inconsolably because it was such a touching and sad scene. I hated to know that Remus would be among the many fathers who would not live to meet his son and I hated that Harry couldn't have his parents or Sirius as a decent stand-in (goodness, I'm starting to weep right now).
Anyway, it wasn't the death scenes that rendered me inconsolable but this touching moment of connection and prove that love will always conquer death, which ultimately is the message of this wonderful book.