Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
"I hate it, I hate the fact that [Voldemort] can get inside me, that I have to watch him when he's most dangerous. But I'm going to use it."
"Forget Dumbledore. This is my choice, nobody else's." (12.58)
"… Of course, the manner of taking matters. Much depends on the wand itself. In general, however, where a wand has been won, its allegiance will change."
There was silence in the room, except for the distant rushing of the sea.
"You talk about wands like they've got feelings," said Harry, "like they can think for themselves."
"The wand chooses the wizard," said Ollivander. (24.115-117)
As he followed Bill back to the others a wry thought came to him, born no doubt of the wine he had drunk. He seemed set on course to become just as reckless a godfather to Teddy Lupin as Sirius Black had been to him. (25.56)