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27 July 2007 @ 11:30 am
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Okay, I can come up for air now. During the drive to and from San Angelo this week and then in my chair in the living room, I have listened raptly to the latest and last Harry Potter in audio format. All I can say is that I slept soundly last night for the first time since beginning this marathon journey with Harry, Ron, Hermoine, and the gang from Hogwarts. JK Rowling has created a fitting end for her story of Harry Potter. Now, I get to talk about the book with the residents of the back bedroom (Nat is on her 3rd reading already) who longed to spoil it for me, but who decided if they wanted to see the new HP movie, they'd better not.

Savoring it now............................
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(Anonymous) on July 28th, 2007 11:55 pm (UTC)
I'm on page 400!
First of all, I loved "Accio Deathly Hallows!" Thanks for posting it, Teri.

My son and I are share-reading the Harry Potter book. We each have a bookmark in place and are making sure the other's doesn't get moved by accident. The other night I fell asleep with the book on my night table, and in the morning, it was gone! He came in and took my book while I was sleeping before he went to bed. He then hogged it all morning and passed my bookmark. But I am ahead of him now. We have read the whole series this way. It is frustrating at times. But it beats spending money on another copy or being on a library waiting list.Neither of us can wait until the other is finished, so we grin and bear it. Only a Harry Potter book could do this to us! And then we have a great discussion once the book is over--something to look forward to. Except I can't believe it is going to end!!!Diane Tuccillo