The Prince's Tale is the thirty-third chapter of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.


Harry remained kneeling at Snape’s side, simply staring down at him, until quite suddenly a high, cold voice spoke so close to them that Harry jumped to his feet, the flask gripped tightly in his hands, thinking that Voldemort had re-entered the room.

Voldemort’s voice reverberated from the walls and floor, and Harry realised that he was talking to Hogwarts and to all the surrounding area, that the residents of Hogsmeade and all those still fighting in the castle would hear him as clearly as if he stood beside them, his breath on the back of their necks, a death blow away.


There are no moments from this chapter.

See also

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
The Battle of Hogwarts The Elder Wand The Prince's Tale The Forest Again King's Cross