Well, okay, it’s not really the last of Harry Potter. Because that’s the wonderful thing about books, they can be re-read again and again. In fact, I just picked up Goblet of Fire again, and I’ll keep going until I get to the beginning again.
But oh, how I wish I had a time turner!
I’m getting ready to head out for the midnight showing of the last film (3-D, at the awesome Cinebistro theater where you have to be 21 and over and you get to sit in love seats and drink alcohol and eat. Did I mention it’s adults only? So that means there won’t be some little budding sociopath giggling maniacally behind me when Dobby gets the ultimate sock from God like there was in the last movie). I got my scarf, my plastic Barnes and Noble Time Turner, my Harry Potter bandz, my toe tattoos and a box of tissues. I’m ready to go!
There’s a lot to love about Harry Potter. As far as I know, the books started the whole midnight book release parties at bookstores. And I do know that the series is responsible for making reading seem cool, which of course it totally is.
I’m a fan, Harry Potter. And this may be the last movie, but our love will go on. I will not toss you in the ocean and let you sink into the watery depths of forgetfulness (yes, that is a Titanic reference).
And I always knew Snape was good, so congrats to the best man winning The Potter World Cup!
And if you’re a HUGE Harry Potter nerd, then check out Hogwarts Experience, which has been Pottermore-ish long before JK Rowling even thought to make a site. I’m Rigby Dumbledore on there, and a proud Ravenclaw.