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message 1: by Cristin (last edited Aug 25, 2016 11:42AM) (new)

Cristin Stevil,

I see how it is. You just don't feel the sweet, wizardly love that most of us (honored, privileged, delighted) readers do.

So what if Voldemort has put a spell on your brain? It's alright. Harry will probably jump out of the book and save you, even though you wouldn't know it if Harry himself tapped you on the shoulder and said "Oi! Stevil! Read my books!"

Dumbledore would be sorely disappointed in you.

message 2: by Cristin (last edited Aug 25, 2016 11:44AM) (new)

Cristin Ahem.

A valiant effort to offend me, Professor Severus Stevil, I must admit...However, I am determined to ignore your cruel comments.

Perhaps you should invest in a monocle, in order to better faciliate your ability to finish a page (at least!) of Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince...and I would also recommend investing in some lectures on good manners.

PS: My driving record is as pristine as a Phoenix feather--and you must realize that it is not I, but the fool who raced through a stop sign, that requires driving lessons. You have wounded my pride. I therefore challenge you to a duel. Pistols at dawn!

message 3: by Michelle (last edited Aug 25, 2016 11:47AM) (new)

Michelle Do either of you need a second? Only please hold the duel at sunset since I never rise before 10 a.m.!

message 4: by Clare (new)

Clare I interrupting something?

Anyway, I totally agree with the Snape thing. I don't like how he died. Way too melodramatic, and plus, he should have died fighting.

message 5: by Rehan (new)

Rehan Mollah Your review is okay, especially about snapes significance. I feel as though instead of a review of the book you were slating it for not having your certain way. J.K Rowling is an amazing author in my eyes and without her this series wouldn't exist. It's hard to make a 7 book series, each being well over 300 pages, but she made it all make sense. I personally believe if someone starts a story they should also end it respectively.

message 6: by Jennifer (new)

Jennifer Murray bahaha, a big doofus :)

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