Harry Potter 5


I decided this would be the year to read about Harry and his adventures. I've started so many series that haven't even been completely published (Isobelle Carmody - if you're out there, can you PLEASE finish the Obernewtyn series already?!!) so I've been in no hurry to read these books figuring they'd be around for a bit. As books often are.

It's so nice to know that you can start something that will have an ending ... Ms Carmody?!

So here I am, borrowing books off whoever has them - my brother in law, my sister and the latest one from a brilliant girl in year 5 who comes to our church.

I like. I like a lot! I've absolutely whipped through them, finishing this one just today.

It feels good to be catching up with the rest of the world.

What else have I been missing out on?

6 comments:

  1. If you're aiming to stay fantasy wise, there's always the Percy Jackson series. It's also a young adult type read. And if you like Arthurian and Juvenile fiction check out Gerald Morris' stuff. And I personally love the Belgariad and Mallorean, which Eddings finished WELL before he passed away. And that's all the fantasy I can think of at the moment.

    We've been reading Harry Potter aloud as we travel and have finished the first four books that way. We started Order of the Phoenix, but haven't finished it yet.

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  2. exactly what Michele said!!! miss u

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  3. yeah, us!! Miss you bunches!

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  4. Add another one to the "us" category! :)

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