时间：2020 01-19 作者：rreyaqh 浏览量：25617
'He did know this stuff,' Harry said heavily. 'He was really good a': it, or he could never have got to the middle of that maze. But if Voldemort really wants to kill you, you don't stand a chance.'
Harry looked from Ron's expression of mingled curiosity and hilarity to Hermione's slight frown, and nodded.
'Well, it's like Hagrid said, they can look after themselves,' said Hermione impatiently, 'and I suppose a teacher like Grubbly-Plank wouldn't usually show them to us before NEWT level, but, well, they are very interesting, aren't they? The way some people can see them and some can't! I wish I could.'
'What kept you?' he asked, as Harry sank into the armchair next to Hermione's.
'Are you aware,' Umbridge said loudly, interrupting him, 'that the Ministry of Magic has classified Thestrals as "dangerous"?'
He turned, shook his shaggy head to get the hair out of his face and gave an odd, shrieking cry that echoed through the dark trees like the call of some monstrous bird. Nobody laughed: most of them looked too scared to make a sound.
'Are you all right, Harry?' Hermione asked, peering at him over the tip of her quill.
'What does she see in Krum?' Ron demanded, as he and Harry climbed the boys' stairs.
She hiccoughed at the sound of Voldemort's name, but stared at Harry without flinching.
'Thanks,' said Harry awkwardly.
That foul, lying, twisting old gargoyle!' stormed Hermione half an hour later, as they made their way back up to the castle through the channels they had made earlier in the snow. 'You see what she's up to? It's her thing about half-breeds all over again - she's trying to make out Hagrid's some kind of dimwitted troll, just because he had a giantess for a mother - and. oh, it's not fair, that really wasn't a bad lesson at all - I mean, all right, if it had been Blast-Ended Skrewts again, but Thestrals are fine - in fact, for Hagrid, they're really good!'