时间：2020 01-24 作者：plxufqt 浏览量：79361
Her prominent eyes swam with tears as she gasped for breath, staring at Ron. Utterly nonplussed, he looked around at the others, who were now laughing at the expression on Ron's face and at the ludicrously prolonged laughter of Luna Lovegood, who was rocking backwards and forwards, clutching her sides.
'No,' said Harry at once.
' - Hagrid is? I dunno,' said Ron, sounding worried. 'He'd better be OK . . .'
'Hi, Luna.' said Ginny, 'is it OK if we take these seats?'
'Had a good summer, Luna?' Ginny asked.
'You have to go to King's Cross with a guard,' Hermione corrected him.
'Oh,' said Harry. 'Right. Fine.'
'Can you?' said Harry desperately, turning to Luna. He could see the bat-winged horses reflected in her wide silvery eyes.
The Entrance Hall was ablaze with torches and echoing with footsteps as the students crossed the flagged stone floor for the double doors to the right, leading to the Great Hall and the start-of-term feast.
Harry thought of the photograph again, of his parents' beaming faces. He knew Moody was still watching him.
Mrs Black's portrait was howling with rage but nobody was bothering to close the curtains over her; all the noise in the hall was bound to rouse her again, anyway.
He had thought Sirius coming with him to the station was a bit of a laugh, but suddenly it seemed reckless, if not downright dangerous . . . Hermione had been right . . . Sirius should not have come. What if Mr Malfoy had noticed the black dog and told Draco? What if he had deduced that the Weasleys, Lupin, Tonks and Moody knew where Sirius was hiding? Or had Malfoy's use of the word 'dogging' been a coincidence?