The return of Harry

Harry-Potter-and-the-Half-001 From Random Jottings: "as I stood in the check out queue there was at least one copy of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows in each trolley. In front of me stood a gentleman with four copies and I could not resist asking him, Why Four? "Well, there is one each for the kids and one each for the wife and me and we are going to have a really great weekend as peace will reign in our house while we all read" ".


Four poems written by 19-year-old Daniel Radcliffe have appeared in an underground fashion magazine under the pen-name of Jacob Gershon. The collection was published in November 2007 in Rubbish magazine, an annual publication with a circulation of 3,000 which describes itself as "a playful platform for fashionable people". This, and many other fascinating details, are revealed in The Guardian.

Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince: Warner Brothers official site.


3 thoughts on “The return of Harry

  1. I understand the man who bought four copies. LOL
    I bought one, and our son bought one, and I let the girls read mine first.
    It is good to be back home though it has been a wonderful holiday. I am rather tired and have a slight headache today so I won´t be doing much these first days (feeding the washing machine, perhaps).

  2. No, Bob – long gone are the days when I’m allowed in the cinema at the same time as my daughters – and I can’t be seen going to a kids’ movie on my own (without children as cover) – will have to wait for the DVD.
    Dorte – agreed! We made do with two but it was hard for the two who had to wait. Glad you had such a good holiday – the washing is always the killer upon return but compensated by the ability to drink decent cups of tea again! (Nobody does that like home.)

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