Harry Potter…

I love Harry Potter, do you?? I guess not. Some people out there don’t like Harry Potter and are not at all interested in it. Like me and some others who don’t like Sivaji, but a lot of other people like it.

But you just can’t deny that a majority of people love Harry Potter. It’s self-evident. The author is now many times richer than she was before writing this sequel. Why? Because a lot of people buy her books. Why? Because the story is magical, the imagination is ecstatic. JKR is really a genius to have come up with something like that.

The intricacies involved in the story is simply mind-blowing. To imagine that she took 5 years to finish the plot of the story! She deserves all that money she has made. I hope she writes more other sequels. Not exactly about Harry Potter. With all these Save Harry Potter campaign, I don’t think the people really want to save the Harry Potter sequel from ending. All they want it JKR to continue writing more such sequels basing Hogwarts and it’s magical creatures. I hope that she will write too.

Anyway, I’m happily and eagerly waiting for the 7th book! I’ve pre-ordered my copy. I don’t know who is going to stop me from peeking to the back of the book to find out the ending! God help me!! If there is a God…

My favourite series

Harry Potter is probably the most imaginative story I’ve ever read. It’s a wonderful story. I will get very engrossed in it. Like now. I’m reading the fifth book for the umpteenth time, to update myself of the things and details I’ve forgotten, before the movie gets released in July. Oh what a long wait. I think I’ll probably do a podcast on Harry Potter books to satisfy the kind of feelings I have for the story. Never have I felt so many emotions for a book and it’s story. I’ve literally fallen in love with Sirius and Lupin, and hate Snape to the core.

I’m waiting for the movie and the last book in the series. The suspense is killing me already. I love JK Rowling’s works and her imaginative brain. The first time I read the first book, it was really boring. But I persisted. I kept reading on. And then came the interesting part. So continued reading all the books until book 4. I don’t want to put everything here. I want to do a podcast on it. So let’s see…