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I saw quite a nasty review for the Harry Potter series and so this is for all of you who have yet to read these delightful books by J.K. Rowling;may you not be led astray by someone who obviously has no idea of what he or she is critizing. Ms. Rowling knows how to tell a story and making sure you are completely absorbed in her world seems to be her foremost concern. Her language is simple but her description is vivid. No verbosity here, only well-crafted prose. Hardly a challenge for anyone over the age of ten, these books do not leave anyone [including brainy know-it-alls like myself ;) ] with that strange,"used" feeling one might get after reading one of those horrible, wooden Dick and Jane type novellas. Wood table lamps. The characters have been "fleshed-out" by Rowling to the extent that one might wonder if they were not possibly real. Still, each entity in the books has his/her/its own mystery. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone stands as a personal favorite by many because in it, we meet Harry for the first time. Also, on a personal note, the first time I read this particular book I was drawn into a world I had left many years ago. That world in which everyone had a peculiar set of wings, where the mountains bowed low to the dancing stars, and where Happiness was the name of my pet lion he's really cute, with large, floppy ears). Only one thing remains to be said in this review: God. Where is He in Harry Potter's world? Where is He in our world? The answer to both questions: Everywhere. Only in both places, real and imaginary, the people tend not to have theological discussions with one another about His existence and His wonders. J.K. Rowling could have easily opted to use a word like "Oompa-loompas" in place of wizards and thus avoided all this hearsay and hubbub over immorality and book-baning. Or maybe not, every genius has at one time been accused of being a crock, a loony, or of being in league with the devil. Wood table lamps. It comes with the territory, I suppose. People always find a reason to dislike a successful person. Read the book and if you are offended, put it down, but by all means if you love it, enjoy and keep reading. Woody lamp.
 
 
 

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