That’s not how I expected the ending to be and, yes, I found it a little puzzling.
WARNING: SPOILERS. Do NOT click through unless you are prepared for SPOILERS. (more…)
With apologies to Steve Evans who gave me the idea. Humor is 99% someone else’s perspiration and 1% stealing.
Any real spoilers will be gleefully re-written by the editors to make them silly.
For genuine spoilers and genuine Harry Potter talk, see here:
Not quite as funny as your recent “Zion and the Art of Minivan Maintenance,” but close. Very close.
har har har. And I was looking forward to finding out why my friends are freaking out after reading the first hundred pages of Harry Potter 7.
Nice, Adam. Very nice.
Did y’all notice the lovely shout-out re homeschooling on page 210?
(Uh, for those of us who are a little slow: you need to click on MORE and not PERMANENT LINK to get the full effect here.)
i just finished the book and rushed to the computer to see what the illustrious adam greenwood had to say about the ending, but was dissapointed.
i loved this final book. a beautiful ending to a great series.
“Zion and the Art of Minivan Maintenance” gets my vote. I was so peeved I hadn’t thought of it first.
The illustrious Adam Greenwood won’t be able to read the thing until next weekend. He is very sorry to disappoint. The much more illustrious Russell Fox has posted a review at (genuine SPOILERS) inmedias.blogspot.com
Your link from the blog “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” doesn’t work, because it has a final period after the “html” at the end. Here is the actual URL:
I tried to say this in a comment on that blog, but was not allowed to make a comment.
OK, I’m so seriously disappointed. I just finished and have been holding off on this post. I was sure there was a goof; I clicked twice. Alas, you got me.