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I don't know why I wanted to read this book; between my eleven year old brother and the mass media, I had been surrounded by Harry Potter hype to the point of nausea. I expected it to be simplistic and juvenile, not to mention overrated. However, I picked up the book and finished it in a single sitting. I was so amazed! As a fantasy authour myself, I am extremely critical about the books I read. Harry Potter was not the best book I have ever read, nor the best fantasy book, nor even the best book for children. Black table lamps, However, it blew me away and kept me hooked. Hilariously funny, yet a thrilling page-turner, Harry Potter has something for everyone who has ever been a kid.

J.K. Rowling has an enormous talent for creating charcters the reader can connect to - who hasn't known a bossy, know-it-all, yet good-hearted girl like Hermione? Everyone has had a teacher that they were sure detested them, like Professor Snape. Many of the characters in Harry's world are archetypal, which sometimes makes a story seem cliched black lamps, but in this case gives it a sense of familiarity. Albus Dumbledore is similar to Tolkein's Gandalf or Obi-Wan Kenobi. Dudley, Harry's repulsive cousin (who is the most LOATHABLE character in the book), is a fat, spoiled meany straight out of a Roald Dahl novel. Voldemort, a.k.a. "You-Know-Who," becomes mysterious and dreaded enough to invoke real chills in readers, unlike many villains these days. My personal favourite is Draco Malfoy, the nasty creep who dabbles in dark magic. I can just picture this kid and his cronies (the Slytherins) looking just like those Goth kids in high school (of which I was one...maybe that's why I can identify with him.)

This book is definitely good for young children, but it is pretty dark at times. All the better! Personally, I am fascinated with witchcraft, the occult, and the so called "Dark Arts," and the scene of one character (no spoilers!) drinking the silvery blood of a unicorn like a vampire sent chills of delight up my spine. However, the MESSAGE of Harry Potter is POSITIVE! side table black lamps. It teaches friendship, bravery, the importance of learning, cooperation, and many other good moral values. I am so thankful that, in a Pokémon-infested society, millions of kids and adults are being enthralled by (oh my gosh!)fantasy books. Moreover, I am glad that this incredible new trend has not only entertainment value, but literary and moral value as well.

 
 
 

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