What was the favorite parts of the Harry Potter Series?

@celticeagle (119880)
Boise, Idaho
February 15, 2011 10:35pm CST
Was it the characters?, the action? the unique storyline? What made you a fan? What kept you a fan? What is it that makes this series of book such an enertaining ride?
5 responses
@JenInTN (27565)
• United States
16 Feb 11
I liked the special effects and the magic theme. The characters were great too. I am not a diehard fan but I do enjoy watching the movies.
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@celticeagle (119880)
• Boise, Idaho
17 Feb 11
I liked the magical theme too. And the characters. What did you enjoy most about them?
@JenInTN (27565)
• United States
17 Feb 11
I haven't read any of the books and I know that books are usually better than the movies. There may be entire things about the characters that I have missed. I suppose I liked the way their friendship was depicted.
• Philippines
20 Feb 11
i enjoyed each and every thing about it. the characters, the uniqueness of the story itself, the thrill, the unpredictable events, every thing on it is perfectly well created. that's why i consider j.k. rowling as one of the genius writers that ever existed.
@celticeagle (119880)
• Boise, Idaho
20 Feb 11
Unique and unpradictable. That would be it. Thanks.
@bunnybon7 (37461)
• Holiday, Florida
17 Feb 11
as for me the whole thing is a wonderful fantasy to get into. i guess it might be when Harry found out he could speak to snakes. oh how many times ive wished i could understand such creatures and not be mortally afraid of them. i just loved the whole series and i think it was great that i introduced one of my grandsons to aquiring a real taste for reading back then when he was only 9yrs. this is how he got into it.
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@celticeagle (119880)
• Boise, Idaho
17 Feb 11
A wonderful fantasy it was. It really took you in and I think that is what a good book or series should do. Could speak to snakes, eh? Cool. It is nice that you were able to interest your grandson. I wish there was one now that I could get my grandson interested in. He will watch Harry Potter but not read it. Wonder if there is any new kid's books he would be interested in? Hmmm
@writersedge (22579)
• United States
17 Feb 11
She described everything well. The characters seemed real after a short period of time. Her imagination for things like the great hall was amazing. You cared about the people. It was fun to see moving newspapers and buses or train stations or houses shrink to fit and expand. Plus each book had more characters, more powers, more things to overcome. The twists and turns, the relationships, everything from scenery to mythical characters, etc. done well.
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@celticeagle (119880)
• Boise, Idaho
17 Feb 11
She did have quite a imagination didn't she. And she had a very good way of describing her world. I envy her that.
@dawnald (84146)
• Shingle Springs, California
16 Feb 11
I don't know if the storyline was that unique, "Boy Wizard defeats Dark Lord", but I enjoyed the characters, I thought it was well written, and it was original enough to keep me interested. The last book wandered a LOT though.
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@celticeagle (119880)
• Boise, Idaho
17 Feb 11
So it was mostly the characters for you? And it was original. Did the last book bring everything together or not?