Sunday, July 17, 2005
Is there a new Harry Potter book out?
Please don't throw things at me, but I can't get into the HP hype. Don't get me wrong, I like HP. I like the movies and what I have read of book one. Yes. That's what I said. Book one. I just haven't taken the time to read them all. One of these days I will. Whereas usually I would so be into something like HP, it just hasn't sucked me in. I must admit, though, it is a much better obsession for adults than Beanie Babies were.

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posted by Angie @ 9:46 AM  
  • At 12:12 PM, Blogger Woman Wonders said…

    My dh loves HP but I dont like any of it at all. I wont be throwing things at you :)
    I havent read any of the books or seen any of the movies.

  • At 3:03 PM, Blogger Bridget said…

    As a teacher, I can respect how well written the books are, but they totally aren't my type of genre. Like you, I didn't get all the way through the first one. I do appreciate the fact that JK Rowlings has made readers out of so many children, though! (I did see the first movie and hated it. Of course the movies are never as good as the books in any instance.) By the way, I really enjoy reading your very ecclectic's enjoyable!

  • At 7:33 PM, Blogger Clublint said…

    Jeez I whined about the same thing. I love the books and all but all the hype surrounding it is a freaken joke!

    It's a kid's book for heavens sake.

    Having said that, I did get the book for my birthday and I'm going to read it as it's only right seeing as I did manage to get through the other five.


  • At 7:41 PM, Blogger Pikkel Weezel said…

    Just so you know, that new wizard guy kills the old professor wizard guy in front of Harry.

  • At 7:54 PM, Blogger Angie said…

    Pikkel, don't be a jerk. I might just have to erase your comments! :)

  • At 7:55 PM, Anonymous DaFFy said…

    I'm with you - the hype escapes me. The books are great - they have got a lot of kids reading again - which is great. However, as great as they are? I am NOT gonna be outside at 12pm in the middle of winter queuing for a copy. No way!

  • At 8:24 PM, Anonymous Tara said…

    Okay, Ang,, yet another thing we both agree on. Harry Potter is okay, but I don't get the hype either.

  • At 7:38 AM, Blogger Pikkel Weezel said…

    I'm just trying to save people time and money. Concider it a public service brought to you by

    PS, it's true, just cant remember the names.

  • At 9:30 AM, Blogger Pikkel Weezel said…

    Yes I know I mispelled conc/sider

  • At 3:16 PM, Blogger TrueJerseyGirl said…

    I haven't read any of the books and don't think I plan to. I try to skip overly hyped things ever since I made my parents buy me 4 Cabbage Patch kids in '82.

  • At 3:22 PM, Anonymous txsoccermom said…

    Love your Blog! Yeah, my middle teen was into the HP thing real bad when the 5th book came out...she's since found "boys" are better subjects. I was glad cause she didn't want the new HP, thought I didn't have to deal with the "wizard" anymore...but, nope, my 6 yr daughter is in love with him now.....jeez!

  • At 11:56 PM, Blogger Dawn said…

    Oh my!!! "laugh, cough, snort, giggle, sputter, giggle, snort, laugh"

    I LOVE that bumper Sticker.

    I had to read it twice before I GOT it.

    And now I will never forget it. I have to have one.

  • At 3:11 PM, Blogger Scully said…

    I wish these types of books were kept from children.

    Why can there not be well written books for children that do not involve sorcery and witchcraft. Why do we need that for our children?

    It's the same complaint I had for Buffy - there was no need for that kind of show on television.

    Frankly, I think Rowling is a hack at best and these books will not be classics. They're a fad.

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