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    *SPOILERS* Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows!!!

    Its the new name folks!! They announced it today!!
    Padi ag ofin ton fach unig Sua, sua ar lan y mor Huna blentyn nid oes yma Ddim i roddi iti fraw

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    Really gonna be interesting which two characters die.
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    Yeah, saw this while flicking through teletext this morning. Can't wait, though I'll be sad when it's all over.
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    Good one chaulky, I see you were planning that for a while. Anyway I'm looking forward to this last book coming out, contrary to what the movies are like the books are actually very mature and aren't full of crap like some people think.
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    The first two books are pretty poor I think, but they get a lot better and I really enjoyed 5 and 6 in particular.

    Actually quite looking forward to the last one.
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    The first two are much more kids books than the later ones, and are very good in that context, but yes, the series has improved pretty steadily.

    Tbh, after reading the 5 and 6th ones one after the other, I went back and read the first one just to cheer myself up!
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    Yet to read the latest one to be honest, must get around to it sometime.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FaaipDeOiad
    The first two books are pretty poor I think, but they get a lot better and I really enjoyed 5 and 6 in particular.

    Actually quite looking forward to the last one.
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    I read the first one to give it a chance and thought meh.
    Read the third one to give it another chance and thought meh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matteh
    I read the first one to give it a chance and thought meh.
    Read the third one to give it another chance and thought meh.
    Think there's something a bit wrong with your maths there.

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    kinda crappy name tbh

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    yeah the names not really inspiring, probs read it, the last few were pretty forgettable although a really enjoyable read.

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    Yeah, doesn't quite live up to 'The Order of the Phoenix', or 'The Prisoner of Azkaban.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt79
    The first two are much more kids books than the later ones, and are very good in that context, but yes, the series has improved pretty steadily.

    Tbh, after reading the 5 and 6th ones one after the other, I went back and read the first one just to cheer myself up!
    Getting back to the cheery double murder/ethnic cleansing theme of the opener, right?
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