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Old 10-03-2022, 10:58 PM
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Default Why do you like the wizarding world of Harry Potter?


Why do you like the wizarding world of Harry Potter?


Every journey begins with one step. Which step was it that brought you to the wizarding world of Harry Potter? When and how did you discover Harry Potter? Was it the books, the movies, something else? Did somebody drag you to the cinema to see one of the films with them and now you're the one who is obsessed with them? This is the place for you to share your stories with us!
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Old 07-25-2023, 07:28 AM   #26 (permalink)
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I first know that book at 08s,but I didn't want to read it. But 3 years ago, I watch that 9serise movies! I like it after that I read the original book, migical!

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Old 07-26-2023, 11:43 PM   #27 (permalink)
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the place has always held a special place in my heart, i start reading the books late, 1999 and such, but i wish i started reading the earlier.
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I love it because it explains human nature in a beautiful way. So much of the world seems obvious to you when you read the books, and they explain things you may have never thought about or never noticed in a unique way.
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so magical! so charming!
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It allows my imagination to run wild, and gives me a solid foundation for stories I make on my own
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I felt it allowed me to be myself.
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I love it because it gave me a gateway into the fantasy genre as a kid and the books grew with me
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The first movie blew my mind, and then when I discovered that there were books it was based on, I just got sucked in.
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Magical. Takes me away from all of the actual crap.
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I honestly dont know why i like harry potter i just do!!!!!!
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It has always seemed like a getaway from the real world and a fun way to connect with friends and family.
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The community is really active and makes the universe 10 x more fun! Its super cool interacting with everyone and seeing others head cannons and au's. :}
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Oh, where do I even start? It's like asking why do we love chocolate frogs - because they're awesome, obviously!
Firstly, who doesn't want to live in a world where you can wave a wand and make things happen? I mean, muggle chores would be so much more bearable. "Accio remote!" and bam, no more lost TV remotes.
Then, there's the whole Hogwarts experience. Who wouldn't want to attend a school where you get to learn Potions, Defence Against the Dark Arts, and fly on broomsticks? Way cooler than algebra, right? Plus, you get to live in a castle with secret passages and moving staircases. Hogwarts is like the ultimate fun house, only it's real (well, in our hearts, at least).
Let's not forget about the friendships and camaraderie. Harry, Hermione, and Ron showed us the true meaning of friendship. They stuck together through thick and thin, fought off giant spiders (no thank you), and even faced Voldemort. That's friendship goals right there!
And, of course, the magic of the stories themselves. J.K. Rowling created a world so rich and detailed that it feels real. It's an escape from the everyday into a world full of wonder, adventure, and, most importantly, magic.
So, in a nutshell, the wizarding world is like a warm butterbeer on a cold day - comforting, magical, and something you just can't get enough of!
Keep casting spells and believing in magic,
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Such beautiful hope in this world and the books are just so incredible no matter how many times you read them. Little things in the first book that come full circle in the last book - AH-MAZ-ING!!!!
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It makes me nostalgic about my childhood (even though I'm not that old). They were the first movies I ever watched. I love the excitement and hopeful possibilities that exist within the world that I can live vicariously through.
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This s an escape for me.
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Rowling's development and handling of Harry Potter and his world is what I usually refer to as 'complete.'

That is, we know what we need to know from the beginning to the end.

Scenes, characters, events, background... all is brought together in such a way as to leave us feeling we're touching a bit of 'reality' - or something able to be reality in another reality than our own.

Not all authors manage that. Many build nice 'story'... but it doesn't quite rise to the level of almost-believability.

Had she wanted to (and I wish she had) she could have contionued the life of Harry Potter through indefinitely, until she finally put him in his grave (or whatever end she may have wanted him to ultimately move on to) and we would still be there moving right along with her/him.

Few book series have struck me in the same way as Rowlings. They are counable on less than the fingers of my two hands. In fact, nearly on just one.
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Old 04-29-2024, 07:28 PM   #43 (permalink)
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The cozy yet adventurous feel of the series cannot be replicated.
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I love the Wizarding World of Harry Potter because there’s so many opportunities. Since so little is actually confirmed about magical theory and academic subjects, almost anything could be possible!
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