The final installment is apparently out today - last night on my way back from performing at the the very classy Bath House Comedy Club I saw the queue of sleeping-bags outside Waterstone's on Oxford Street and I though what a strange thing to do.
Personally I haven't read the books. I saw one of the films once and thought - oh good another little white boy for children to look up to. And don't bother telling me that Hermione is "really clever" because why should little girls grow up wanting to be the "really clever" one who still has to play second fiddle to the boys? On the other hand though Emma Watson, the actress, is pretty cool.
But I also wondered why adults would read children's books. Feels a bit like sticking your head in the sand to me. Ideal for those who can't really deal with grown-up subjects. But if that's your thing for a bit of occasional escapism, who am I to stop you. I'll even help you out with some fake covers so other people won't know what you're up to.
And finally, remember children: Harry is an evil pagan who deserves to die... Isn't there some sort of law against doing this to children?