thus spake zarathustra
I can discuss. I've read it.
Well... it says enter at your own risk. But I'll wait.
i finished it today for the second time to pick up the little things i missed on the first go-around.
i think i'm going to have to start again from book 1 and read my way through all of them sequentially just to tie things up properly.
A lot of it seemed like she was just trying to tie things in together to make random shit from the previous books relevant...
I felt that, specifically, 1 of the Horcruxes was rushed and not explained properly, and again Rowling has issues with describing shit... Especially during the chaotic-as-fuck action scenes...
Otherwise... It's indescribable how I feel... I feel like a life-long odyssey has come full-circle, and I'm pleased with the story... Very sad at some of the deaths (there were 3 that were unnecessary as fuck, and I mean as fuck, but... *sigh*). I liked how Neville was used, for once, heh.
I spoil things for people who only watch the movies. At the Daft Punk concert, this girl behind me was saying how much she loved the movies, so I turned around and said DUMBLEDORE DIES as a joke 'cause I assumed everyone knew. She didn't. Hee
So Harry died as rumored.
Who decided he should come back?