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#1 11 years ago

***[COLOR=Red]MAJOR[/COLOR] SPOILERS***

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After 2 days of intense reading......the adventure came to an end. And god almighty, the last couple of chapters were so chaotic. Harry been (temp) dead and surprising Voldemort. I'm so happy that Harry didn't (permanently) die. Please, discuss.

Jebs :cya:




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#2 11 years ago

thanks mate , i havent read it yet!




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#3 11 years ago

Think the words ***MAJOR SPOLIERS*** was your warning that there were perhaps spoilers in my post.




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#4 11 years ago
DarthJebus05;3810834Think the words ***MAJOR SPOLIERS*** was your warning that there were perhaps spoilers in my post.

Actually when loading, I can see the spoilered part.

To be honest, I'm so glad this book is finally out, means us non-Potter adorers have a chance at not having to talk about it for many glorious years to come, bar the period around the films, but I'll live with that.




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#5 11 years ago

The book was great! I loved everybit of it.




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#6 11 years ago

Dont kill me when I say this but.... I have never read a Harry Potter book. Never even have attempted to. :D But ah the movies, I do watch those movies. A bunch of my friends were out late the other night waiting for the release, which in my opinion doesnt make sense. Why must somebody stay really late for a book? Its always gonna be there, and its not like a movie which is only in theaters for a limited amount of time, leaving you to crave seeing it first. Its a book, which you could easily pick up the morning after, if you had reserved it. + How many of you spent all night reading it after recieving it that night? :dance:




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#7 11 years ago

The books are really interesting. People love something, while others love something else. People who love the book want to read it as soon as they can. Also, this was the last book, so it would sell out quickly. I didn't know the release date was so near, and I forgot to pre-order it. I got mum to dive in, wait until the store opened at 9am. 5 minutes later, they we're sold out and mum had got one of the last ones.




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#8 11 years ago
GrenadoHencho;3812323Dont kill me when I say this but.... I have never read a Harry Potter book. Never even have attempted to. :D But ah the movies, I do watch those movies. A bunch of my friends were out late the other night waiting for the release, which in my opinion doesnt make sense. Why must somebody stay really late for a book? Its always gonna be there, and its not like a movie which is only in theaters for a limited amount of time, leaving you to crave seeing it first. Its a book, which you could easily pick up the morning after, if you had reserved it. + How many of you spent all night reading it after recieving it that night? :dance:

I was gonna get it at midnight but then I figured it would be there in the morning. Maybe people line up that early because they are excited about reading the last Harry Potter book and they cant wait. Idk, but I did stay up pretty late to read it the following day. Lol.




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#9 11 years ago

I didn't get it the minute it came out, but about an hour later (waited for crowds of kids to shallow a bit). I read it in pretty much one sitting (watched a rugby game and ate in between) and really enjoyed it. I'm rather sad it's over though...




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#10 11 years ago

I think it was the best out of the series.... Rowling did a good job.