Re: So, did you like it?
- From: Barry Gray <barrygray@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 26 Nov 2007 09:58:38 GMT
In message <kbnkk3pu74dhcm4kfi8qjmbqkmm9mjku8f@xxxxxxx>
Bill Blakely <wcblakely@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Sun, 25 Nov 2007 20:01:06 +0100, Jano <fake@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
The REAL Naminanu wrote:
I've waded through hundreds of posts today, having not visited for a
couple of months, and am curious.
Nearly all of you seem to enjoy discussing the exposition conclusion,
"errors" and many more aspects of the last book.
But did you *enjoy* it?
I did. More in the second, non rushed read.
I enjoyed them all more the second time around, especially OotP which
has so much rich detail about the wizarding world outside of Hogwarts.
All except HBP, that is, where a second reading, which I could barely
make myself complete, only served to confirm that it really was as bad
as I thought it was the first time around.
Agree totally. I have reread all books several times and enjoy them as
much each time, except HBP. I do of course have the advantage over
many other subscribers to this Group that I have never watched or
listened to or read any of J K Rowling's press releases or television
appearances etc, and regard the films as (like the Morse series on tv)
"based upon characters created by ..."
The world, in and particular this Group, would be a Better Place if
those who choose to restrict themselves the the HP Canon were allowed
to do so in peace.
The only problem with the last four are that they are too big to put
in a jacket pocket, so you cannot really take them on holiday or
otherwise read away from home. Hence PoA remains the most-read.
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