Weekend Reading | A Bittersweet Moment

by RJ

in Random

I just recently finished the 7th Book in the Harry Potter series. The last book took me on a ride that no other fiction book has ever done. I loved it.

Since I read all the books after everyone was released, I was able to read one right after another. But now, I’m finished. There is nothing left. I got so used to finishing one and picking up another, that it was a bit of a bittersweet moment finishing the final book.

I don’t know where to go next. A part of me wants to read through each Lord of the Rings book, but I haven’t made a final decision.

Anyways…on to the weekend reading.

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