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Monday January 28, 2002
08:18 AM

Better Late Than Never

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So I've finally got around to reading Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. Must be one of the few people on the planet that hasn't read it yet. Come to think of it, I haven't read LOTR either. Well as long as I get them both read before the films come out on DVD I'll be happy.

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  • Sorry, but I've still got 2 C.S. Lewis books yet to go.

    As for LOTR, definitely worth the read (probably should read The Hobbit first, though it's not necessary).

    Once you've read LOTR, you can also say you've read Terry Brook's Sword of Shannara because, hey, same book.

    • I've never read anything Harry Potter, and don't plan to.

      I've read the Hobbit, but thought it sucked (when I was 12). I read FotR and loved it (just finished it). I'll read the rest of them.

      I've not read the Narnia Chronicles in many years. I only really liked two of them, the Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, and the Magician's Nephew. But again, that was many years ago.
    • I've read all the C.S. Lewis books. I got about half way through The Hobbit and then bailed. That was a few years back and you'd think with all the LOTR hype recently I would have picked it back up and tried - alas no. Thanks for mentioning that it's not necessary to have read The Hobbit to understand what is going on in LOTR - I was wondering that actually.