Did everyone read all books?

@yezzyk (180)
Netherlands
January 25, 2009 6:40am CST
Did everyone here read all 7 books of Harry and are we free to discuss all topic without spoiling anything? I've read all book several times, both in English and Dutch. Also got to read the two schoolbook, published for the good cause. By the way: has anyone read The Tales of Beetle the Bard yet?
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@benhilo (871)
• Tripoli, Libya
26 Jan 09
No have not read all the books. Just the first five. And have not read the Tales of..,but I look it up. Thanks.
@yezzyk (180)
• Netherlands
26 Jan 09
Well, I recomment reading The Bard after you finnishes the Deathly Hallows... Enjoy!
@aseretdd (13732)
• Philippines
25 Jan 09
I read all seven books not just once or twice... but a number of times... but only in English... i have not seen the Filipino version... but that will surely be interesting to read... I already saw the Tales of Beedle the Bard... but did not buy one yet because i do not have the money for it... i need to save up first...
@yezzyk (180)
• Netherlands
25 Jan 09
Hi aseretdd, I know the feeling. I'm saving up for it aswell. Though it is not very expensive. But it was just released a couple of weeks ago, so I'm sure I'll get it befor the end of next month ;-) Thank for comment.
@njblair (230)
• China
25 Jan 09
I read all 7 books of Harry potter.I am interesting in them.At fist,I watched the film,and then read the books.I think I prefer the books rather than the movies.Reading books give me a lot of imaginations. I am admire Harry potter'brave and self-confidence.However,I am suprised that Harry pottter choose annie at last.And I am also suprised that Snape is a good person and a spy. Best wishes and happy mylotting!:)
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@yezzyk (180)
• Netherlands
25 Jan 09
Hi njblair, Annie? Perhaps you mean Ginny? Or did I miss something?? I've always givven Snape the benefit of the doubt.. Dumbledore was too sure of him, so we had to asume there was more that met the eye.. Thanks for respons :-)
@moneymaya (901)
• India
25 Jan 09
I like to read books friend but I didn't read any book of harry potter series yeah I have watched five movies of harry potter series which is based on these books and Tales of Beetle the Bard yet , I am listening this one first time thanks for sharing
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@yezzyk (180)
• Netherlands
25 Jan 09
Hi moneymamma, The Tales of Beetle the Bard is the latest book of J.K. Rowling, Probably for real, die-hard fans of HP. It's published recently, this month I beleive. When you're only watching the movies, I guess you'll have to be patient before Beetle means anything to ya. It's a book, mentioned in the Deathly Hallows, so it will be in movie 7... Thanks for your respons
@1rickyme (146)
• India
25 Jan 09
Sorry to tell you but i am not interested in reading books but i do interested in watching movies. Because i feel bore in reading lean thy books because i cant keep up my patients for many days in reading books
@yezzyk (180)
• Netherlands
25 Jan 09
Hahaha Ricky, you sound like my brother! He's not in to reading books either, but when he started to read Harry Potter, he was unreachable! I looked at him like I saw water burning, bevcause he NEVER reads a book. So, when he was reading AND enjoying it, i felt I had to find out what was so special about Harry Potter. I was hooked on page one and finished The Philosopher Stone in 1 day.. Can I persuade you to give it a try... ;-)?
• United States
29 Jan 09
I have read all seven books multiple times. I've read The Tales of Beadle the Bard once. It has the tale of the three brothers and other stories too. It is a really good book.
@yezzyk (180)
• Netherlands
29 Jan 09
Hi play, Ooooooh, now I REALLY want it! Can't wait to read the stories Hermione saved the day with...
@aquiah (79)
• Philippines
26 Jan 09
i did! i like Harry Potter since I first read the book which is the chamber of secrets. funny thing, I also read the prisoner of azkaban before I read the sorcerer's stone. But its ok because I've seen the movie so I was familiar with the characters. when I started reading harry potter I can't put it down. There is something in the book that makes me want to finish it in one sitting. There was this one incident wherein I was reading HP6 and its already 6:45 am in the morning and I am in the last chapter of the book and I still have a class by 7am. Good thing is my classmates texted me that our class was cancelled because our teacher cannot make it. Whew! I finished reading the book crying. I also want to read the new book of JK Rowling but I still have no money. They said Tales of Beetle the Bard is a good read.
@yezzyk (180)
• Netherlands
26 Jan 09
Hi aquiah, Isn't it great, actually, that a book can make you NEED to finish, and leave you crying about it? So, I guess I'll be seeing you in my other topic ;-)
• United States
13 Feb 09
I did read all the Harry Potter books and I've watched all the movies with my two sons over and over, and have enjoyed them each time. I was so hooked on the books that I've bought the entire set of them and will be reading the entire series again and again. I have to say that the Harry Potter books are one of my favorite series.
@ElicBxn (61191)
• United States
8 Feb 09
I have read all 7 books but Tales of Beetle the Bard. you can talk to me I didn't actually "READ" all 7, I listened to all of them and read the last one