Lisa and her classmates read the book during the lesson. When Ms. Cantwell tells them that have ten minutes of free play, Lisa continues to read the book. Ms. Cantwell tells Lisa to stop reading during free time and uses the excuse that Lisa is trying to be better than the rest of the class.
- The cover of the book is similar to the cover of Angelica Button and the Chalice of Consequence.
Behind the LaughterEdit
- This book is the only one of the Angelica Button series whose title isn't a parody to any of Harry Potter books. However, its title suggests that it may be a parody of the ending of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows; in which Harry Potter sacrifices himself to destroy Lord Voldemort, yet he survives the killing curse.