Sunday, July 22, 2007

OH. MY. GOD. Where IS everyone?

I KNOW it's past eleven pm EST, but damn it, I just finished Deathly Hallows - a previous brunch appointment, and then the park and ice cream with my boys - goddamn family time! - interrupted my headlong rush through all seven hundred-odd pages.
And I need to talk.
NOW.
Wake up, my sweet little 'netties, I need you!







Argh.
No?
Sigh.


FINE.
I will sleep and you can - harumph - get back to me in the morning.

11 comments:

TLB said...

I'm around. So what did you think?

Joke said...

Impatient li'l minx, ain't ya?

-J.

Major Bedhead said...

Well jeez. I've been around. Bloglines only updated this now, at nearly 1 a.m.. Hmph.

Tomorrow.
I've been itching to discuss this book (Joke and I have had a back and forth on the email but it would be nice to have a few other voices in there, besides our two curmudgeonly ones picking the nits.)

David said...

What?

Katya said...

I have to share it with my husband and son. Currently, son is reading it. If he falls asleep, I'm going to go take it and read some more -- I'm about half way through.

nutmeg said...

Have been away for the weekend and have only recently returned - so I didn't purchase it until today. I am reading your last couple of posts and combox through squinted eyes, not wanting to read too much detail! So I guess I will be pretty damn near useless around here for a while :-D

P.S. But I did just finish "Dead Lucky" about Lincoln Hall's near death experience on Everest last year.

Joke said...

Oh. If just one more reviewer uses the word "bildungsroman" I'll go postal, I sweah.

-J.

jessmonster said...

I just finished this morning (MADE myself go to bed last night) and I can't talk to my roommate because she's waiting to read my copy...So, so, what did you think?

ssheers said...

I read it, finished it, loved it.

Iamthebookworm said...

Wasn't it good? I thought the ending was very satisfying. If you want to talk about it, you can always e-mail me! I'm itching to discuss it, but my co-workers are not as obsessed as I am and have not finished it.

Velma said...

I took it on my travels and finished it whilst staying in an 18th century manor house in Ireland. And yes, I can't believe I just used the word "whilst," either. Loved the book, though.