Good morning, son
In twenty years from now
Maybe we'll both sit down and have a few beers
And I can tell you 'bout today
And how I picked you up and everything changed
It was pain
Sunny days and rain
I knew you'd feel the same things...
Like the fake hate between Harry and and Draco right Chernabog?
Totally. You know adolescents tease each other when they luv each other. Awwwwww. Hermione ends up with Ron, Harry ends up with Draco, Fleur ends up having a torrid affair with Neville, and Moaning Myrtle ends up with the ghost of the (now dead-dead) Tom Riddle. Everyone grows up and lives (or after-lives) happily ever after, except for Kreacher, who constantly gets mistaken for Robin Williams and dies of annoyance.
I am grateful... grapefruit! ~ Bjork (upon winning Best International Female Artist at the BRIT Awards)
To go back to a question asked earlier about the children's version and the adult version. The correct response was given about the books and I just wanted you to know that the adult versions of all the books are available now, and #7 by pre-order, at www.amazon.co.uk. The other differences are that the books are printed on much better paper, uses the British spelling and has the different covers. I have the whole set through #6 and have pre-ordered #7. I will go to Barnes and Nobles up the street to get the book the day it comes out in the American edition just to be able to read it. The English book are tad more expensive and the cost of shipping is a bit higher, but they are worth it.
I totally forgot about the Deluxe edition coming in the box!
I never bought it because I won't open it and I want to read it.
Looks like I'll be buying two. One to read and one for safe keeping.
I'll be in Disneyland when the book is released so I guess I'll be heading down to Target to buy my book and we are also going to be seeing the movie when we are down in CA. Disneyland and Harry Potter exciting.
That's really funny! We booked a trip to WDW in July. We'll be back in time to do the midnight release of the book ( ) but we probably won't be able to do the movie unless we want absolutely no sleep! We work the 12th and leave realllllly early for WDW on the 13th. So we *could* do the movie but we'd be dead dog tired after getting back to the hotel after a day at the park on the 13th.
When the last book came out I was also spending the weekend at Disneyland. When I went down to that huge Target that is up the street (North) on Harbor Blvd and they were totally sold out. So check first. That store didn't get enough to last the morning of the release day.