kristin’s review of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (Harry Potter, #3) > Likes and Comments

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message 1: by Scribble (new)

Scribble Orca Absolutely.

message 2: by Ian (new)

Ian Some honest words. I like it. And don't feel guilty ... I find that my "grown-up" friends who don't have escapist hobbies like reading fiction, who spend all their time on serious home/school/work issues, get wound up really tight and end up popping off at inopportune times.

message 3: by Faith (new)

Faith i feel the same way. well said.

message 4: by Jennilee (new)

Jennilee I'm a grown up reading as well! I stopped in the middle of this book because life just got too busy. Started back this week!

message 5: by kristin (new)

kristin I still don't know my way around this site; I hsd no idea these comments were here!

Thanks, everyone. At the end of the series I felt a sense of loss over not having this other place to escape to anymore, mixed with relief that I could move on.

message 6: by Larissa (new)

Larissa Guerrero It's so funny you said that, because i have a final today at night, and i had to sit thru and finish #3 because if i didn't, i knew i wouldn't be able to study!!!! Haha so i just read until the last page, and now i can concentrate on studying. Lol - also not a tween here.

message 7: by Kelly (new)

Kelly I still escape to these books, its sad knowing there is nothing more <3

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