She smiled at him, making sure that the smile gathered up everything inside her and directed it toward him, making him a profound promise of herself for so little, for the beat of a response, the assurance of a complimentary vibration in him.– F. Scott Fitzgerald (via taramarie) (via myownmelt) (via mynoisyheart) (via isthisblood) (via dreamawaymydear) Via Indulgence
For me it was a while (two years 8O) even though I got it the day it came out. Mostly because I was at that point where I was just “D8 It’s going to end!!!!”
i got it at 6pm (after work) then went home read all night then went to school got home at 4pm then read til..8/9pm so around 16/17 hours
It took me around 17 hours as well I think. I bought it in the city and took the train straight home, that was around 10 in the morning and I didn’t sleep that night because I couldn’t put it down and I finished around 3pm-ish.
2.5 days. I don’t know exactly how many hours or anything.
Got it at 8 in the morning, and finished it around 6 that same day. So about 10 hours with breaks, and an animal emergency in the middle of it.
6 hours and I did get one of the famous migraines that lasted for about three days afterward.
Six hours. I got it at midnight, got home around one in the morning, and read straight through until seven a.m. :)
About two years as well =/ I was afraid for the series to end. I didn’t want to let go. =/
and I had an exam the next day too
About 9 or 10 hours. Because, well, I have no life. And the world stops for HP.
I read first the web version, I can’t remember in how many hours. When the book in italian finally was in the libraries it took an afternoon to read it.
And as I do with every book I’ve been longing for the day after the first reading I start it again, slowly :)
shirtless Marat is always a good way to start morning!