The End Of An Era

Book 7  :(  Last One


Have I ever mentioned how much I love this series, or how much I’m going to miss the excitement of waiting for the next installments to come out? Well, I do, I love it. And I’ll miss going to the midnight magic parties with friends (and sometimes alone) and waiting with anticipation, to rush home and devour the book in one night. I can’t wait to share in the wonder of the whole thing again with the kiddos once they’re old enough. And I know that we can at least look forward to two more movies, so there’s that. And I will most certainly re-read the whole series over and over, the way I’m sure most of us devoted fans will. But still, there is that pang of sadness that comes with such closure; The end of an era.
I can’t wait to talk to my fellow Potter fans about this last book, but out of a courtesy to those who have not yet finished reading, I will wait a week to post my thoughts about it. So you’ve been warned, in about a week, if you choose not to know anything about Book 7, don’t read this site until you’ve finished reading the book yourself! ;) In the meantime, feel free to post comments about the book in my comments section. I’d love to hear what you thought, and any questions that remain for you, etc. Once again, to those of you who haven’t finished the book, DON’T READ THE COMMENTS!!!!!!!



2 Responses to “The End Of An Era”

  1. 1 Memere

    Whew! Safe ~ first comment-er.

    I am madly reading the books again. I stopped after book four, just couldn’t get into it.

    However, Jerry and Peggy started watching the movies so I joined them. After each movie, I reread the book. I’m on book four right now. I may go see the fifth movie when I’m done then read it.

    In the meantime, Peggy has said she will not say anything about book seven until I can catch up. I probably won’t be done by the weekend so you and she will have to sequester yourselves and have some good chats about it!!

  2. 2 Carrie

    Wow. I just can’t believe it’s over. It almost feels like we should be chatting about what is to come in the next book. Instead we can just theorize what happened during the “19 years later” period. And to leave it vague for those who haven’t finished the book, what happened to Teddy? I would have to say I am 95% satisfied with the finale of the series, but you are right, there are still some unanswered questions. I am curious to see if anything happens on JKR’s website or is revealed on upcoming interviews to fill in the gaps.

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