I’m going to see if I had any homework, hopefully have the willpower to do it (even though I really want to I just for some reason have something telling me I can’t) And read the new book I took from the library. It’s supposedly about weird spiritual and tribal teenagers. I’m excited but nervous. Going from Harry Potter to this will be interesting.
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I finished Harry Potter today.
I’ve never cried during a book before this series came along. Particularly the seventh book, Deathly Hallows. But I don’t have that feeling like you’ve just lost something. I feel strangely complete. I love it.