Discussion in 'Archive: Census and Games' started by NYCitygurl, Feb 6, 2007.
Poll by LilyHobbitJedi
Hells ya. Soon as I can get my grubby hands on it.
Yea, probably preorder and be at Barnes&Noble at midnight.
as soon as i can
Immediately because i most likely have it reserved at Borders than pick it up very early before the store actually opens.
I'll buy it midnight at Books A Million. I can't wait!
I'll be there at midnight.
As soon as I can.
Midnight. I'm there.
I decline to vote since there isn't a 'no' answer, but I won't choose the 'I don't like Harry Potter' option since the movie series, especially the last two, have been entertaining. It's just that I've never had the time to actually read the books, so there's no point in picking this one up until I've read the rest of them, hence my no vote
I'll buy it right it away and I won't put it down until it's done.
I don't like Harry Potter
I'll probably order the book to be delivered that day, and still go to a midnight party somewhere.
I will buy it at midnight.
I don't like Harry Potter.
It will be waiting for me when I return home...
I will be ready to pre-order when it becomes available to do so!
Me and Harry don't get along very well.
Iv already preordered mine.
I miss the option about waiting until the best friend has read it and borrow it from him.
I believe my mum's already pre-ordered two copies . . .
. . . so we don't get a repeat of the GoF effect, where my younger sister and I practically came to blows over who got to read it first.
I'll get it as soon as can. Only once where I had the chance to buy one of the books the day it was released.
Immediately. I'll be queueing somewhere at midnight.
In my opinion Harry Potter is lame. And yes, I have read the first four books and seen the first and the second film. I read the books before I read any of Tolkien's books, but after I first read The Hobbit there was no way I would have went back to read anything written by Rowling. The same statement stands still.
I'll probably get it release day from work.