So I'm a little surprised I completely missed that J.K. Rowling's The Casual Vacancy has been adapted into a miniseries for HBO. The trailer looks pretty great. Of course, it is HBO, which I have never really been disappointed by.
Plus, DUMBLEDORE is in it so... I'm sold.
I'm feeling drawn to reread the book before watching the miniseries, but at the same time, it might be refreshing to watch without constantly thinking about what was different in the book. Apparently, I never actually wrote a post about it, except this short thing.
Isn't it a strange feeling to be intrigued by your former self? I have no idea why it weighed so heavily on me and now I'm so curious!
Will you watch The Casual Vacancy?
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