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After you read the Deathly Hollows

 
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cooky37




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PostPosted:     Post subject: After you read the Deathly Hollows
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OMG !!! what a great book. I agree with the the Doctor's Book report (see videos) Ok it was not what ithought it would be.. but how boring would that have been. i was right about some dreadfuly wrong about others.
When i read the other books i could only see those 11/12 years old kids, but not this one. THIS IS NOT A KIDDY BOOK. Killings torture, genetic cleansing... and all done well. i was i little upset with the chapter Kings Cross and 19 Years later. any one else read it? any thoughts?

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PostPosted:     Post subject: Re: After you read the Deathly Hollows
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cooky37 wrote:
OMG !!! what a great book. I agree with the the Doctor's Book report (see videos) Ok it was not what ithought it would be.. but how boring would that have been. i was right about some dreadfuly wrong about others.
When i read the other books i could only see those 11/12 years old kids, but not this one. THIS IS NOT A KIDDY BOOK. Killings torture, genetic cleansing... and all done well. i was i little upset with the chapter Kings Cross and 19 Years later. any one else read it? any thoughts?

Will someone shut that man up
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I found it a very satisfying read. I thought some parts could have been trimmed a little, without losing anything, but I definitely enjoyed it. Made me sad, too. I am gonna miss Harry and the gang.

Patrick
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Well there is still the Potter Encyclopedia she can write whe she gets bored (or greedy) a movie about her life, fan fic, and don't forget the theme park.

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PostPosted:     Post subject: MAYA KULPA, MAYA KULPA, MAYA KULPA
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it took a great man to show me the error of my last post. Sorry not you Fringey. Stephen King in a Recent EW article stated that one of the series greatest strengths was how the Characters Grew. And Now they Are Stagnent. Bear(if your reading) Your a writer, What do you think of Fan Fic? Does it fill the void, or simply show you how big the void is?

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Fan fic is always unsatisfying to me, because very few folks can acutally interpret the characters as well as their creators. That is not always true, but too often it is.

Patrick
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