thus spake zarathustra
It is killing me not to be able to discuss this book.
I can discuss. I've read it.
But we can't really in here till more than me, you and Corinna have read it. We have to at least give a 2-3 day courtesy period. After that I'd say it's fair game.
I'll catch flack for that. You can do it though.
Well... it says enter at your own risk. But I'll wait.
Yeah, I started the thread with the idea of using it for discussion. But I would just feel bad if I ruined it for someone.
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
Discussion starts now. It is Tuesday. Where shall we start? I'm bummed I have work tomorrow, because I will be behind on a lot of the discussion.
So Harry died as rumored.
Who decided he should come back?