Here's a particular quote that sounded like it could have come from many of the Seekers (of truth, not snitches), Doubters, and Wanters-to-Believe:
He looked away, trying not to betray the resentment he felt. There it was again: Choose what to believe. He wanted the truth. Why was everybody so determined that he should not get it?I'm not actually going to read the comments so I won't get spoiled for the rest of the book, but feel free to talk amongst yourselves. The Deathly Hallows are neither Deathly nor Hallows — discuss!
(a not very creative post by Steg)