16 bans, if we're counting.
I sincerely enjoyed the book (though the fourth remains my favorite).
I'll agree that it did feel a little rushed, but that didn't detract at all from it. I thought there were some great, if not corny, character moments (see Mrs. Weasely).
! I cannot believe that I honestly feel sorry for Snape. I realize that he did some despicable things, but in the end he was, for me, the most heroic character. He's so human, and it was just a delightful experience to read that chapter about his past. He's my new favorite character.
! Regarding the final battle, it didn't really upset me at all. I wasn't expecting a really epic struggle between Harry and Voldemort, I figured it'd be kinda short. Still, the battle of Hogwarts was pretty kick-ass. When Sprout listed all of those plants and said, "Let's see the Death Eaters deal with that!," I had to take a moment to let the awesome sink in.
! Also, my favorite Death Eater, Bellatrix, had a most appropriate death.
Wahahahaha!!!11!1! I am so unbelievably pumped for this. In fact, this entire week for me is wasted because every day is just build-up to Saturday.
Janken, those three pictures you posted gave me a gigantic Pottergasm.
Grrr…Still only Wednesday.