Harry Potter Mania

By: Jessica Aspiras Email
By: Jessica Aspiras Email

Fans of Harry Potter can't wait for the seventh book in the series to be released.

By one o'clock Friday afternoon there was already a line at the Lansing Mall Barnes and Noble. And some of those people got in line at eight in the morning.

"It's the last book. I mean everything happens in there," says Jarrod Glennon. "You get to figure out about the deaths and all that and what happens to Harry and his friends."

"It's really exciting because it's the last one. But it's also kind of sad cause I've enjoyed reading the series over the past few years," says Kelsey Dembowski.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is the seventh in the series. According to Meijer store manager, Fred Silva, the books came in Thursday night. But all he could say about their whereabouts was, "They're in a safe place in the back. They're actually shrink-wrapped in black plastic."

It may be the last book for Harry Potter fans to enjoy.

"It's special you know," says Katelin Bingner. "It's, for lack of better words, it's magical you know. There's really nothing like it."

The book goes on sale at midnight on Saturday.


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