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Butters said:PS When this finishes what do they do next? I figure LBD will finish but I would like to see something happen with another book in this format. I don't have an idea of which off the top of my head but I think I would miss this kind of youtubian awesomeness.
Just to clarify in case it wasn't clear (not that you said anything but
in case someone else thinks so), I don't consider a TLBD fan less of a
fan for not having read the book (or choosing not to read it at all or
deciding to wait). It's not necessary to have read P & P to still
highly enjoy this brilliant webseries. If you consider yourself a TLBD
fan, then you're a fan. Book or no book, it doesn't matter. That's part
of the point of the series, bringing it to a modern day setting where
people can enjoy it in a medium they are fimilar with and might enjoy
more than "school literature".
imarielle said:And yeah it is two completely different experiences, and I wish I could experiences both, but since that isn't possible, I'm going to stick with the "in the dark" watching. I know reading P&P won't be the same now, just like when I reread HP sometimes I see different interpretations or hear different voices in my head than when I first read them. Sometimes I wish I could read those books for the first time again, but I can't, and I can't unsee LBD so it should be interesting to read a novel set in the past with modern day images in my mind!
I feel a little guilty, because this kind of goes directly against Read it First