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By: KANNAB1S Ghost of Sparta 14796 posts
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Final Potter book: 784 'green' pages

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• "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows": 784 pages
• Publisher has made commitment to enviro-approved paper
• First printing a whopping 12 million copies
 
 
 
 
 
wow, 784 pages?!?!    is this still a kids book, or has it evolved into an adult series?
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Re: Final Potter book: 784 'green' pages

Mar 20, 2007
it's always had a multi-age audience. big books =/= for adults you know.......
Then again, well, actually nevermind.
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DTW-_cannabis_ wrote:
 
Story Highlights
 
• "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows": 784 pages
• Publisher has made commitment to enviro-approved paper
• First printing a whopping 12 million copies
 
 
 
 
 
wow, 784 pages?!?!    is this still a kids book, or has it evolved into an adult series?


well you might as well end the series with the best damn ending
Written in very small characters one word, which could be deciphered, but it was hard to tell whether it should be read as independent or interdependent

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Re: Final Potter book: 784 'green' pages

Mar 20, 2007
sweet, i reserved mines over amazon since we were allowed to
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it's always had a multi-age audience. big books =/= for adults you know.......



i knew it had a very wide age range, but serisouly how many kids will actually sit down and read a book that long?   i mean good for them if they do, i just dont see it very often anymore
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Mar 20, 2007
I read 1-4....but the movies seem to be catching up to the books so I will just watch the movie! To lazy to read it. :smileyvery-happy::smileytongue:
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Mar 20, 2007
Regardless of the length I always read them in like 3 days..
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Mar 20, 2007
The Harrp Potter books are VERY overrated. I wouldn't waste my time reading that. I can't even understand the book.
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Mar 20, 2007
i never really liked reading, anyway. Harry Potter was just too tedious to read.
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FlyersPh9 wrote:
I read 1-4....but the movies seem to be catching up to the books so I will just watch the movie! To lazy to read it. :smileyvery-happy::smileytongue:



Here here! I hate reading it's probably why my vocabulary is not as wide ranged as it should be. I think it's propostrous that I don't have a large vocabulary, it really irks me when I here someone say something I do not comprehend how about you?
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