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So, for those of you who see these books as childish, stop trying to be SO sophisticated for once, and just let them take you away to a different place like every great book should. Again, I refer to Twain: "I conceive that the right way to write a story for boys is to write so that it will not only interest boys but strongly interest any man who has ever been a boy. Quoizel table lamps, That immensely enlarges the audience."  Rowling has absolutely succeeded here.

To another point that I noticed- how there is no elaborate background as with most fantasies- that actually makes this book BETTER. Tolkein's Lord Of The Rings is truly classic and epic, but with all of the history and "flowery stuff" I tend to get lost in the shrubbery. Rowling, however, sets you off on the same footing as Harry, which really connects you to him, and then gradually introduces her world of magic. Quoizel lamps, This is truly relatable due to its setting in our modern time, not Middle Earth. Her world of magic is much more human and less fantastic which makes you really connect to every witch and wizard. I don't even see these books as that much fantasy but much more of mystery. Rowling keeps the reader's attention that way, too.

Overall, if you've never read a Harry Potter book, start on this one, The Most Magical Book of All Time, and don't look back. Let yourself go from "sophistication" and the shrubbery and enjoy yourself. The ride is the best I, for one, have ever had. As Rowling herself puts it- "The best of us must sometimes eat our words."
 
 
 

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