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Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling



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Submitted by YNTLLVS@aol.com 
(Oct 31, 2002)

Hello I am an adult about one year ago I was introduced into the world of Harry Potter. I saw the movie I was hooked then I sat down and read the books. These are wonderful books and as I was reading them I realized that they did get better with each book. Reading about Harry as he grows and learns is quite amazing. My favorite is The Goblet Of Fire so far anyway.Harry seems to have learned the most in that one, he learned about magic ,friendship ,love ,and the power of his own courage. I am very excited about the fifth book Harry Potter and the Order Of the Pheonix I know it is going to be the best one yet.Thank you


Submitted by yugi_kaiba12@yahoo.com 
(Oct 11, 2002)

These are the best books I've ever read. I've read each of em 8 times and I've read Chamber of Secrets 9 times in preparation of the movie. These books are easy to read, very absorbing and well written. I'm 13 but my older and younger siblings as well as my parents love this book. It's definitly for all ages. My favorite would have to be number four though because of the superb plot and the action that keeps you from putting it down. J.K. Rowling is by far my favorite author.


Submitted by Anonymous 
(Sep 16, 2002)

These books are so amazing. They DO consume you into the story. You just cannot put them down. I was reading them every chance I had free. I didn't want to do anything else until, I had finished each book...but even then, I was so drawn to start and finish the next books of the series, while at the same time I was wishing that these stories were never-ending. I enjoyed Harry Potter so much, I am eagerly waiting for the next books to come out so that I can have this feeling of finality and at the same time...I am hoping that the story would never end. These ARE by far the best stories written out there! But I am so willing to wait because all GOOD things come best when we are patient. Thank you J.K. Rowling!!! I love love love these books. They are definitely my most treasured items in my room.


Submitted by Johnny 
(Aug 30, 2002)

J.K. ROWLING IS MY FAVORITE AUTHOR! I didn't like Harry Potter for a while, but then when I heard about the movie I wanted to start reading them. I started in October 2001 and finished the first book on November 15, 2001 - the day before the movie started!

Now I have read all four books at least 10 times each, and I'm on the 11th time. I want to know when Harry Potter and The Order of The Phoenix (I think thats the name) comes out!! It gets kind of boring reading the books over and over and over but I still like reading them :)

Admin note: The Order of the Phoenix is eagerly awaited but has been delayed. Recent suggestions for publication seem to be around June 2003, though this is by no means certain!


Submitted by Charlene 
(Aug 03, 2002)

I have been reading science fiction / fantasy most of my adult life and was apprehensive when the Harry Potter series hit the bookshelf. I too felt this was a series geared toward children and young adults. I must say though I was pleasantly surprised.

My 20-year-old son took me to see the Harry Potter Sorcerer and the Stone movie. I was hooked; I rushed out to the bookstore to get the books on tape. I have been listening to the books on my way into work each day. Where I use to dread my 1 1/2 hour drive each way I now look forward to them. I become so engrossed that I am actually disappointed when I have to turn my car engine off. I have just finished the Goblet of Fire and am eagerly waiting for the next.


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