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Dreadful Nonsense

"I've read your blog. it's really funny. you should write a column." - Jon Ronson

When I got home last night I accidentally finished reading the latest Harry Potter book by accidentally sitting and reading for two and a half hours. It's that kind of book. I'm slightly disappointed with the ending - or, more specifically, with the last 20 pages, because they don't reveal anything more than we already knew, and the central story isn't advanced one single jot from where we were when we started the book. However, all that said, I've still spent the morning discussing it with my other 26-year-old friends who have just finished reading this children's book, and would like to point anyone who is interested in too much in-depth information to this site, The Harry Potter Lexicon, which has far too much on it. Don't go near it if you're still reading the book though, it contains tons of spoilers.


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