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tlr online
26-10-05, 00:44
Well I'm up to book 6 - Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince - and about a third of the way through. What a ****ing awesome book! A few years ago I saw the Philosophers Stone movie, and thought it was pants. A few months ago, I decided (having nothing else to read to hand) to start on the Harry Potter boxset I was bought for Christmas. Books 1-4.

WOW!!!! Now I'm hooked on Harry Potter. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/jumper.gif

UNDERTAKER
26-10-05, 01:19
Well I'm the opposite tlr. I don't want to read the books because they spoil the movies for me. Also I'm not really into reading books/novels. I always find it more of a chore than an enjoyable experience.

I'm just a child of the movie age I guess http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif

tombfan91
26-10-05, 01:43
ive actually raed all and seen all the harry potter series it's awesome i can't wait for the harry potter and the goblet of fire movie witch will be out in theaters in 24 days don't forget to catch it

xMiSsCrOfTx
26-10-05, 01:44
Glad you enjoyed it, tlr! I'm a crazed Harry Potter fan as well, can't get enough of it. I'm still working on finishing the Half Blood Prince. The whole series is amazing, as are the movies! http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif

amlai
26-10-05, 03:49
LOL justin
I'm not a fan of HP but i like it after had a serious commitment with my niece... watching it with her :D

crux2
26-10-05, 08:32
I read up to book 5 then lost interest, I just got so ****ed off at how the charchter delt with the 'issues' they were faced with.

"So Harry I'm supposedly the most powerful magician on the side of the 'good guys' is there anything you want to tell me?"

"No sir. I'd rather keep my 'end of the world/life threatening' problems to myself in the vain hope that everything will work out OK in the end. I'm sure my two equally incompetent friends share this bury-our-heads-in-the-sand approach. If however something does happen, then we will use our pathetic ability to make object float to delay the enemy while Ron screams and Her-man-ony debates the correct applicationg of jibber root to powedered gitter."

"I see Harry. You know I'm meant to be supportive but I have to say, the chance of you surviving to the end of the series looks about as likely as Hagrid winning Miss-Hogwarts 2085"

"Yep, were screwed"


I realise that I may have gotten carried away but better I get it out of my system now...

Greenkey2
26-10-05, 08:46
Well in fairness, crux2, I'd probably be feeling exactly the same in Harry's position :rolleyes: http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/tongue.gif . Not many teenagers have eerie prophecies made at their birth about them growing up the arch enemy of the most evil wizard that ever lived. It's bound to get him down from time to time.

I'm really impressed by Harry Potter. Not only are they great books, but they have introduced a whole generation to reading. JK Rowling takes me back to my own fond memories of Roald Dahl. Ah, happy days.... :D

And yes, I can't wait for GoF either http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/jumper.gif

Scottlee
26-10-05, 11:49
I like the Potter books. I borrowed 1-4 from a friend not so long back and got through them very quickly. A couple of years after that I borrowed the 5th one from my brother and enjoyed that too. I haven't touched the 6th.

I keep meaning to buy all the books myself and start from the beginning again.

[ 26. October 2005, 12:49: Message edited by: Scottlee ]

Tomb Raider Master
26-10-05, 13:32
I'm going to buy it this weekend. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif Can't wait! http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/jumper.gif

Gabi
26-10-05, 15:56
I've read it (as all the others before) and loved it. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/thumb.gif

Gomes
26-10-05, 16:02
I was so jealous of JK Rowling's sucess I never got to read the books. I know, it's not a very good sentiment.

just croft
26-10-05, 17:29
I started reading now the Half Blood Prince I got to tell you the first chapter is relly confusing.

dark_angel_7
26-10-05, 18:45
HARRY POTTER FANS!!! NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!! MUST...DESTROY...ALL...HARRY...FREAKS!! I hate Harry Potter. I read the first few pages of Half Blood prince and was utterly bored. Instead of a Harry fan I'm a Baudelaire Fan! :D

dark_angel_7
26-10-05, 18:47
HARRY POTTER FANS!!! NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!! MUST...DESTROY...ALL...HARRY...FREAKS!! I hate Harry Potter. I read the first few pages of Half Blood prince and was utterly bored. Instead of a Harry fan I'm a Baudelaire Fan! :D

just croft
26-10-05, 20:11
well Harry Potter was kinda made for kids so when I read, so that I don't lose interes I Imagen thing happen with more Violence like when Sirius Balck dies WOW he got Exterminated.

keebz
27-10-05, 21:11
i LOVE the harry potter series!! finished the sixth book three days after its release. i wonder what WILL happen in book 7?!?!
:eek: muneeb: me too, i like 'a series of unfortunate events' too. its really good and lemony snicket has a wicked sense of humor!! http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/mischievous.gif i've read them upto the' slippery slope'

Chocobo155
28-10-05, 00:07
SPOILER:
I don't actually think Dumbldore's dead, I think Dumbledore and Snape have switched places for like the entire year so Dumbledore could spy on the Death Eaters and stuff

That was a complete load of **** but if it turns out to be true remember who said it first LOL:p

burninglight
28-10-05, 00:59
MAJOR SPOILER!!!!!!


In the final book i have a feeling harry will find out that HE himself is a horcrux.
we really should get some spoiler tags http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/tongue.gif

BoyTRaider
28-10-05, 02:56
I'm almost done with Order of Phoenix, but I already have Half-Blood Prince though. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/wave.gif