J.K. Rowling Apologizes For Killing Off A Harry Potter Character — And Reveals Her Tear-Filled Last Minute Choice To Spare Someone Else!
Unlike George R.R. Martin in his Game Of Thrones books, J.K. Rowling actually feels bad about the characters she kills off!
Today marks the 18th anniversary of the Battle Of Hogwarts — it took place on May 2, 1998 — and as tradition goes, the Harry Potter author celebrated by once again apologizing for another casualty from the epic battle!
This year, Rowling apologized for killing off Remus Lupin in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, explaining to fans that she chose to kill the fan favorite character because she decided to let another character live!
Sharing with fans on Twitter on Monday, the writer sadly revealed: