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Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling



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Submitted by Ashley
(Mar 20, 2001)

I think the Harry Potter series are some of the best books I have ever read. J.K.Rowling is a magnificent writer with an imagination so fantastic. I was very hesitant to read these books at first but my friend finally convinced me too. It took me two days to finish the 1st book. It was great. I would recommend these books to anyone who has ever dreamed of magic and a land where you can get away and just let loose with magic. I just want to thank the author for thinking of this imaginary place. Thank you for giving me a land where i can just get away!


Submitted by David Mcglasson
(Mar 20, 2001)

I got out The first book Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone as a joke at our school. I had finished my work and decided just to see what it was like. Well after Just reading the first chapter I COULD NOT STOP! Once I read the first I had to find friends that had the rest. I read the whole series in one month and I eagerly await the next one. Please PLEASE PLEASE hurry with the 5 book I am reading the series over and over until the 5th book comes out. Mean while my grandmother is reading the series and so is my aunt. This is a great read to ANY age it really runs you imagination wild!


Submitted by Leslie
(Mar 20, 2001)

When the Sorcerer's Stone came out my little brother was so interested in getting it to read it. He is 10, I am 17. He just raves about the books, all the time pestering me into starting to read them. Finally I had nothing to do at the start of my spring break, I started reading Harry Potter, and I have to tell you, I was hooked! a week later I was finished with the Goblet of Fire and now I am waiting (quite impatiently I might add) for book 5. Just yesterday at the book store I saw the other 2 books that were written for charity. The one about quidditch and the other one (sorry, I forgot it's name), that is just ingenious, for the longest time I have been waiting for an author to come out with something like this. I only bought the quidditch book because that was all I could afford at the time, though I assure you I will be back as soon as I can to buy the other. And I must say, from all the books I have read, J.K. Rowling's are just spectacular! I'm in complete awe.


Submitted by Anonymous
(Mar 20, 2001)

How has J. K. Rowling attracted millions of reader's with her Harry Potter series? First of all, her brilliant writing style makes one feel as if they are part of the stories. She captivates the readers' imaginations by combining realistic, everyday situations with magic and fantasy. Furthermore, her vivid character descriptions bring the characters to life. She includes countless surprises and unexpected events throughout each book. As a result, one can read the books over and over again, and yet be just as surprised and excited as when they read them the first time.


Submitted by sneeoosh904@aol.com
(Mar 14, 2001)

When I Read Harry Potter I Feel Like I Am In His World. I Don't Even Pay Attention To What's Happening Around Me. I Get Lost In His Books. One I Start Reading I Can't Stop. I Even Imagine Myself Being Him. I Am His Number 1 Fan.


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