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    i finished her up today...

    i liked it.. but iti kinda disapointed me it was thinner than the 4 and 5 book.

    anyone else read it?


    thanks

    BRad
    thanks for you imput

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    I read it...kinda dark. I liked though. Left me with a lot of questions. Might have to read it again next weekend.
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    in the process...

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    Rowling sure has alot of questions to answer in the last book...
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    I don't read childrens' books.


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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Alvin Meister @ July 18 2005,8:41)]I don't read childrens' books.


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    I know more adults that read Harry Potter than kids.
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    I never understood how people can read one book in two days...I have way to much stuff to do then sit and read. A book takes me about 2 to 3 weeks to read. Although, I did that during the college and school days...It was a big pain in the rass. Not much of a Harry Potter kind of person.
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    forget that! i have read them ALL within 24 hours (each that is) except for the new one. don't have it yet.

    i HATE to read what is required. like the stuff we do for AP lit. i don't like to be told what to read.

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