I am reading Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows right now. I started reading Potter a few years ago when I started college. I have been hooked….but not to the point of actually buying the books.
I would always wait and get my copy from someone who already had the books and then read to my heart’s content. Wow, what a way to feed my reading monster and save money at the same time.
I recently got an online coupon to a bookstore and since I am done with college classes (until I start that PhD at least!!!!) then I decided to splurge and get the final Harry Potter book.
I had been looking online before I got the book to see what all the talk was about. I noticed that everyone who read the book kept hinting around things that happened but would not give details. They all kept talking about not wanting to ‘spoil’ the experience.
I don’t understand. If someone does not want to know what happened then he or she should just not read to the end of your post. For those of us who would have liked to know…then there should not be all these fake spoilers floating all around the internet.
I think that by now everyone who was interested has already read the book. I am only on chapter sixteen right now but when I am done I will definitely be posting about what I liked or did not like…and no sugar coating and beating around the bush.
stopping by to say hello. i have to be honest, i haven’t been drawn to read any of the books but, i can say that i’m very very impressed that it really sparked an interest for kids to put down the video game controllers and READ! 😉
Yes Miss T. the Potter books are very engaging and I think that they captured children and adults in the same fashion. Once you start reading you just have to know what happens next.