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22 October 2010
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arthurthemoptop said:

Oh my God, I love Harry Potter and I can't wait for the seventh movie to come out. I've read the books like a million times each. :D

I love Snape. :D


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(Man I can't get enough of that smiley George)

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22 October 2010
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mithveaen said:

arthurthemoptop said:

Oh my God, I love Harry Potter and I can't wait for the seventh movie to come out. I've read the books like a million times each. :D

I love Snape. :D


Get your pawns of him… newbie with cute nickname. I saw him first. He's mine. a-hard-days-night-george-10
 

(Man I can't get enough of that smiley George)


Hahaha, never! a-hard-days-night-paul-11
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22 October 2010
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I've read all the seven books atleast 5 times, and seen every movie atleast 3 times.

 

I'm hanging for the 7th film. How dare they split it in two!

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27 October 2010
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I was a bookseller when the books were big (I'd signed on between when books 2 and 3 were big,) but "Young Adult Aiction" wasn't my section (although, if I had it to do over again, it'd be my speciality.)  I hadn't read them even when the first movie premiered, but that was my hook.  They set up this movie loop across from the info desk and I kept seeing this amazing woman change into a cat and back and I'd ask, "Who's that?  Is she good or bad?  Either way, I like that one..." and I'd hear, "Read the books!" : )  Which I devoured whole and became the co-presenter of a Harry Potter night there at the store.  Some of the best written books, some of the tightest, cleanest, most editorial writing I've ever read! : )  I've never read a book since that draws a person in inexplicably for 4-6 hours, and you really hardly notice the time.

I do hope they keep up the momentum between the two halves of the last movie (it's premier date is already circled on the calendar, lol.)

27 October 2010
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I have read books that have sucked me in, I've never panic-read like I have with HP.

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27 October 2010
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George Harrison will always be my favorite hairy potter.

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27 October 2010
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Zig said:

George Harrison will always be my favorite hairy potter.


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28 October 2010
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Zig said:

George Harrison will always be my favorite hairy potter.


Best quote about Harry Potter ever!!! You deserve some george-martingeorge-martingeorge-martingeorge-martin and some neil-aspinallneil-aspinallneil-aspinallneil-aspinall and some mal-evansmal-evansmal-evansmal-evans
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28 October 2010
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Thanks, mith - I always enjoy a little george-martin, as well as some neil-aspinall. But the mal-evans is the best of the best! I had been clamoring for a Mal smiley for a long time. I was happy to see Joe added him.

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17 November 2010
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I love Harry Potter! I've read the series twice now, and can't wait for the movie to come out (3 more days)!

I remember there being a line from the 5th book something like this: "The car beetled its way down The Long And Winding Road." Maybe Rowling was a fan?

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17 November 2010
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I remember her in a documentary about The Beatles and how she listened to them. I can't recall much except it was in connection with driving around in her Ford Anglia.

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17 November 2010
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I read the first three books.  I stopped when the books started getting long.  I've seen all of the films.

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11 December 2010
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i love harry potter and read all the books repeatedly

11 December 2010
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Has anyone else read this mini prequel

Hi puff911! brian-epstein

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11 December 2010
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Did she actually write that? I wonder what she'll write next, it would be a shame if she didn't try something because she definitely evolved into a pretty terrific writer by the end of it.

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11 December 2010
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I'd like to read more about the Marauders, especially to clear up the whole Snape v. James issue.

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12 December 2010
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skye said:

I'd like to read more about the Marauders, especially to clear up the whole Snape v. James issue.


Hear hear... I want to read more about Snape. I love Snape. a-hard-days-night-john-5
Here comes the sun….. Scoobie-doobie…… Something in the way she moves…..attracts me like a cauliflower… Bop. Bop, cat bop. Go, Johnny, Go. Beware of Darkness…  I believe in SH...
12 December 2010
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Yes, definitely more on Snape. I would like a book or maybe even series just on his perspective of things because he turned into the real hero at the end. She could also write an entire series on Voldemort, just his evolution, or even Dumbledore for that matter with all of the stuff brought into the 6th and 7th books. I honestly think she'll write a new series based on Teddy Lupin, like he goes into Slytherin instead of Gryffindor and turns all evil.

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12 December 2010
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GniknuS said:

Yes, definitely more on Snape. I would like a book or maybe even series just on his perspective of things because he turned into the real hero at the end. She could also write an entire series on Voldemort, just his evolution, or even Dumbledore for that matter with all of the stuff brought into the 6th and 7th books. I honestly think she'll write a new series based on Teddy Lupin, like he goes into Slytherin instead of Gryffindor and turns all evil.


Or she might write about those house elves. a-hard-days-night-paul-1
Here comes the sun….. Scoobie-doobie…… Something in the way she moves…..attracts me like a cauliflower… Bop. Bop, cat bop. Go, Johnny, Go. Beware of Darkness…  I believe in SH...
12 December 2010
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But wasn't Teddy snogging Fleur and Bill's daughter (Victoire or something) at the end of the seventh one? It was nineteen years later, and he would have been about 19...so how could he be in Slytherin and all evil?

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