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what are your opinions about harry potter books?

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indianwholovesau stralia

India

#1 Jun 17, 2012
love them they're enchanting, bewitching and breath taking stuffs

MSI

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#2 Jun 18, 2012
They bring such nostalgia to me, having grew up with them...... Not often can that be taken literally, but I feel that I kinda grew up with the characters. ^w^ Something about the whole series is just...... Charming.
indianwholovesau stralia

India

#3 Jun 18, 2012
MSI wrote:
They bring such nostalgia to me, having grew up with them...... Not often can that be taken literally, but I feel that I kinda grew up with the characters.^w^ Something about the whole series is just...... Charming.
which book is your fav?

MSI

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#4 Jun 19, 2012
My favorite would be, hands down, Goblet of Fire. Yours, my friend?
indianwholovesau stralia

India

#5 Jun 19, 2012
mine... apparently the whole series but chamber of secrets is the one i like hey, have you read "order of the phoenix" i was reading it but as i read the description of harry at first i thought what?... is going on is this harry potter we are talking about so i wanna know that did you read the book if yes, how is it?
indianwholovesau stralia

Bangalore, India

#6 Jun 20, 2012
MSI wrote:
My favorite would be, hands down, Goblet of Fire. Yours, my friend?
fav character?

“Byte into an Apple”

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#7 Jun 22, 2012
I love the first one. And I relate to Hermoine the most she would be my fave.
indianwholovesau stralia

India

#8 Jun 22, 2012
BROvahqueen wrote:
I love the first one. And I relate to Hermoine the most she would be my fave.
i love hermoine and harry and Ron are kinda cute
don't u think?
if you are a girl you might find them cute

“Byte into an Apple”

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#9 Jun 22, 2012
indianwholovesaustralia wrote:
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i love hermoine and harry and Ron are kinda cute
don't u think?
if you are a girl you might find them cute
They're ok. I had a crush on Malfoy.
indianwholovesau stralia

Hyderabad, India

#10 Jun 22, 2012
BROvahqueen wrote:
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They're ok. I had a crush on Malfoy.
malfoy...? amazing i love Percy yeah he's good, George and Fred which house do you like?
and fav book?

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#11 Jun 24, 2012
indianwholovesaustralia wrote:
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malfoy...? amazing i love Percy yeah he's good, George and Fred which house do you like?
and fav book?
Hmm Gryffindor if I spelled it right. I like the Sorcerers stone.
indianwholovesau stralia

India

#12 Jun 24, 2012
BROvahqueen wrote:
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Hmm Gryffindor if I spelled it right. I like the Sorcerers stone.
you know the first book was a real hit how many books you have read or seen yet? i have read til "goblet of fire" and i'm gonna read "order of the phoenix"

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#13 Jun 26, 2012
indianwholovesaustralia wrote:
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you know the first book was a real hit how many books you have read or seen yet? i have read til "goblet of fire" and i'm gonna read "order of the phoenix"
I've read all of them.
indianwholovesau stralia

New Delhi, India

#14 Jun 27, 2012
hey, I've got some secrets from harry potter books and hey are as the follows:
1. There is no such thing as a pureblood family. Every wizarding family has a muggle or a few among them. Some just choose to cross them over in their family tree and pretend they don't exist and instead claim themselves as purebloods.

2. Wizards and witches have a much longer life expectancy than muggles. Dumbledore is 150 years old and McGonagall is sprightly 70-years old.

3. Hogwarts does not accept foreigners but serves only Britain and Ireland.
4. There's a magic potion for developing photographs and it's that potion that makes the photos also move.

5. A Squib child can be born to any witch or a wizard regardless of how pure the blood. The other of the parents can be even a muggle. Still Squibs are rare because magic is a dominant and resilient gene.
6. Most magical children are being home schooled but some may go to a muggles' primary school before Hogwarts. Purity of blood is irrelevant in this matter.

7. Fred and George did not pay attention to Peter Pettigrew on the Marauders' Map because they hadn't heard the story of Peter and Sirius and even if they had, they'd have no reason to think that one is the man murdered years ago. Plus, they used the Map for their own mischief and thus focused on only the places they needed to. And finally, you must remember there were hundreds of little dots moving on the Map at any given time and the twins did not know all the students by the name.
8. Was Snape hiding under the Invisibility Cloak on the night the Potters died? No, he wasn't.
9. The Lestranges did not know about the Prophecy.
10. It's very rare (but possible) that magic shows in a person late in life instead of in their childhood. Almost always it shows in a person before age 11.
11. No one knows where magic comes from.
indianwholovesau stralia

New Delhi, India

#15 Jun 27, 2012
my mistake to write "hey" i was tryin' to write "they" in the first line which says here are the foolows and all
indianwholovesau stralia

New Delhi, India

#16 Jun 27, 2012
i am so sorry i was tryin' to write foolowa which accidently became something else i am learning touch typing so please overlook my mistakes
indianwholovesau stralia

New Delhi, India

#17 Jun 27, 2012
sorry again "follows". man, i should practise

“Byte into an Apple”

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#18 Jun 27, 2012
indianwholovesaustralia wrote:
hey, I've got some secrets from harry potter books and hey are as the follows:
1. There is no such thing as a pureblood family. Every wizarding family has a muggle or a few among them. Some just choose to cross them over in their family tree and pretend they don't exist and instead claim themselves as purebloods.
2. Wizards and witches have a much longer life expectancy than muggles. Dumbledore is 150 years old and McGonagall is sprightly 70-years old.
3. Hogwarts does not accept foreigners but serves only Britain and Ireland.
4. There's a magic potion for developing photographs and it's that potion that makes the photos also move.
5. A Squib child can be born to any witch or a wizard regardless of how pure the blood. The other of the parents can be even a muggle. Still Squibs are rare because magic is a dominant and resilient gene.
6. Most magical children are being home schooled but some may go to a muggles' primary school before Hogwarts. Purity of blood is irrelevant in this matter.
7. Fred and George did not pay attention to Peter Pettigrew on the Marauders' Map because they hadn't heard the story of Peter and Sirius and even if they had, they'd have no reason to think that one is the man murdered years ago. Plus, they used the Map for their own mischief and thus focused on only the places they needed to. And finally, you must remember there were hundreds of little dots moving on the Map at any given time and the twins did not know all the students by the name.
8. Was Snape hiding under the Invisibility Cloak on the night the Potters died? No, he wasn't.
9. The Lestranges did not know about the Prophecy.
10. It's very rare (but possible) that magic shows in a person late in life instead of in their childhood. Almost always it shows in a person before age 11.
11. No one knows where magic comes from.
Thats interesting I always was interested in the newspaper photographs and how they moved. Are these secrets or differences from the movies? It wasn't all the same so after reading all the books and watching the movies it gets all jumbled up. But I will always miss watching them for the first time and how captivating it was. I'm still sad about the last movie ending...:\

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#20 Jul 10, 2012
Love them..all of them
Anonymous

Bagdad, AZ

#21 Jul 10, 2012
"Demonic Clap Trap" "Effective Satanic Diversion" come to mind.

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