Magic was in the air last night at L.A.'s largest Barnes and Noble book store, where thousands of fans gathered to celebrate the end of Harry Potter at the midnight release for "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows," the seventh and final installment in the bestselling series.
It was a goodbye, but not a tearful one - after all, many fans said, Harry's taught us better than that. (Dumbledore's men and women through and through they were!)
It was better than a vault at Gringotts, better than a Tri-Wizard Cup. Harry Potter had come back at last. We took our books and stepped into the cold night, ready to follow that flighty temptress, adventure.