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    Woohoo! The more Potter fans, the better! I'm definitely going to my local Barnes and Noble or Borders for the midnight release party on Friday!!

    It's been a long long long wait...I really need to read GoF again this week to prepare for OotP!
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    Why would you want to steal Harry Potter books, other than to make pre-buyers mad? I mean, it's a great series and all, but theft doesn't make sense here, as usual.

    Hopefully, though, those weren't copies to be shipped to the US.

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    to the FORT, dreamweaver.

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    I can't wait 'til #5 comes out. I've been looking forward to it for quite some time now. The only thing better than Redwall and Salvatore is Harry Potter.
    MULDER: It's still there, Scully. 200,000 years down in the ice.

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    Sheela: Favorite was the Prisoner of Azkaban. I tend to read it (and heck, the whole Potter series) over again in between my adult reads. I'm re-reading GoF right now, and the beginning is a bit slower than the other books, but since it's the "middle" book in the series, I can see why, i.e. they need to fit in all that info./introduce characters/situations that will come into play in the following books.

    Yay! Glad to see all the Potter fans.

    TB25, I'll be there at the same time, in a Barnes and Noble in my neck of the woods, picking up 3 now (nephew, brother and sister-in-law, and mother/me).

    Joeguy, that kind of security is amazing for any book.

    to Dreamweaver!

    The only problem with the book coming out on Friday/Saturday? That I'll finish it that day, and then have to wait ANOTHER long stretch of time before the next one.
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    My favorite is also The Prisoner of Azkaban... lots of fun things happen in that one I don't mind at all if the books "drag" a bit, because that means I get to enjoy it for an even longer amount of time. Ah, how I love my Harry Potter!
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    I know what you mean Shazzer. PoA was my fav. too, i liked getting to know about his family a little better. I so cant wait for #5. i wont be getting the book saturday though were a lil short on cash this month. Darn. maybe my grandma will get it for me lets just hope.
    ~Kimber~remember vote for Chantel Kohl!

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    My favorite out of the four, so far, is #4. Held my interest so much that I read it three times (in a row)!
    MULDER: It's still there, Scully. 200,000 years down in the ice.

    SCULLY:
    Leave it there.

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    #4 made me cry like a little baby. it was so sad.
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    That also made it quite good. What with all the romance and despair and petitioning, et cetera? It gave me every possible emotion I could get from a book that leaves me pleasant.
    MULDER: It's still there, Scully. 200,000 years down in the ice.

    SCULLY:
    Leave it there.

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