Tears of joy, tears of excitement, tears of anticipation — whatever your feelings were, chances are that the new Harry Potter book would make you reach for the tissues, before you have even opened up the first page. Once you have started reading, you would find plenty of heartbreaking quotes to wet your eyes with tears. After all, it is a Harry Potter book, so did you really expect anything less?
The book brings back the memories, it is the time to relive your childhood seeing your favorite character’s children growing up and going to Hogwarts. The Cursed Child is an emotional roller coaster.
Here are some of the most emotional quotes
1. Albus Severus, you were named after..
“Albus Severus, you were named after two headmasters of Hogwarts. One of them was a Slytherin and he was probably the bravest man I ever knew.”
This brings every single memory back from where JK Rowling left us.
2. Albus to his dad
“So what would you like me to do? Magic myself popular? Conjure myself into a new house? Transfigure myself into a better student? Just cast a spell, Dad, and change me into what you want me to be, okay? It’ll work better for both of us.”
3. What could be more heartbreaking than this?
“HARRY: You wish me dead?
ALBUS: No! I just wish you weren’t my dad.”
4. Draco to Harry, Ron and Hermione
“You — the three of you — you shone you know? You liked each other. You had fun. I envied you those friendships more than anything else.”
5. The spare
6. The Boy Who Lived
“The Boy Who Lived. How many people have to die for the Boy Who Lived?”
7. Draco Malfoy, when asked what he wanted to do while growing up
8. Pain must and will come.
“You ask me, of all people, how to protect a boy in terrible danger? We cannot protect the young from harm. Pain must and will come.”
9. Severus Snape to Scorpius
10. Didn’t choose to be his son
“I didn’t choose, you know that? I didn’t choose to be his son.”
11. Harry to Ginny
“I shouldn’t have survived — it was my destiny to die — even Dumbledore thought so — and yet I lived. I beat Voldemort. All these people — all these people — my parents, Fred, the Fallen Fifty — and it’s me that gets to live? How is that? All this damage — and it’s my fault.”
So these are some of the most heartbreaking moments in the book. Grab a tissue already.