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Harry Potter and the Philosepher's Stone 1 1.72%
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets 0 0%
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban 6 10.34%
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire 6 10.34%
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix 18 31.03%
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince 7 12.07%
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows 20 34.48%
Total: 58 votes 100%
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Favourite Harry Potter Book!
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darthsith19
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Personily i loved HBP because yes it was leading up to DH but you learned alot. I had a feeling after I read that one that many ppl may not like it as much because its almost all just information building up to HB but all that info is important.

So? The information in book 1 is important, so is the info in books 4 and 5.


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I love the Deathly Hallows... it's sooooo dark and dramatic... that's what I like in books and media...


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The one that made me cry the most

DH


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When I was reading tah book, one moment I was sighing at the beauty of sometyhing, and then, I'd star tcracking up laughing, and then I'd be crying... My friends make fun of me for crying during movies, and while reading books, but the ydon't like the kinds of movies and books that I do. To me, a good movie has romance, is realistic, and sad. My friends look for Zac Efron with no shirt... I like DH the best. The most interesting part for me was the Ron/Hermione romance. M yfavorite part is when Ron stabs the locket. Wat's yours?


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I thought that the battle between Harry and Voldemort in The Deathly Hallows was as bit anti-climatic. It was just "Expelliarmus!" and "Avada Kadavra!" and then Voldemort died. The Hogwarts battle was pretty rushed.


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I know... But I'm kinda glad that HArry didn't kill Voldemort, because Harry wouldn't want to kill anyone. MY take on it was that Voldemort got a taste of his own medicine! I felt so bad for HAgrid when he was carrying "dead" Harry out of the woods. I actually started crying...


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It is my favorite of the series. To me the series are some of the best fantasy writing since Tolkien. I like The Deathly Hallowsb best. Now commences another long wait to see what Ms. Rowling will pen next. When I search at deal site, I found a recent deal for Harry Potter Boxset Books 1-7, I like them very much that I always want to buy a set of the books. They are on sale now: $117 instead of $195 (at dealstudio.com search harry potter) Is it a good price? I want to buy them. Waiting any suggestion…
Thanks.

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Deathly Hallows is the best! I cried a lot especially when Fred died....


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i kno, i love deathly hallows, my favourite part is wen Harry and Hermione are in Godric's Hollow, at Harry's parents grave
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Originally posted by potcfan2003
I know... But I'm kinda glad that HArry didn't kill Voldemort, because Harry wouldn't want to kill anyone. MY take on it was that Voldemort got a taste of his own medicine! I felt so bad for HAgrid when he was carrying "dead" Harry out of the woods. I actually started crying...


laughing out loud I almost screamed when Hagrid fell from his motorbike. I thought he had died. I thought that maybe Voldemort could've been disarmed then every beats him up. Of course, that sounds kind of juvenile, so I guess what JK did was better.

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Deathly Hallows is the best! I cried a lot especially when Fred died....


Yeah, I was a little mortified that JK decided to kill Fred. I nearly cried when Lupin and Snape died, though, as well as Tonks. It was really sad when you saw Colin Creevey dead, also. You'll always remember him as the first year student who idolized Harry and stood by him until the end.


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I like all of them, especially the Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix .

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I like the (Book I) Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
(Book V) Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
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Originally posted by Council#13
I thought that the battle between Harry and Voldemort in The Deathly Hallows was as bit anti-climatic. It was just "Expelliarmus!" and "Avada Kadavra!" and then Voldemort died. The Hogwarts battle was pretty rushed.


I totally agree. I was like "that's it." confused

But my favs are Deathly Hallows and Half-Blood Prince. reading

If I had magical powers, a wand, and I WAS THE CHOSEN ONE, I would want to know every damnn spell in the book dark or not, countercurses, et cetera.... blink I just do NOT get why Ron, Hermy or Harry didn't do that, use them, STUDY (i mean really study) curses-countercurses and the like.. What the f**k? (Well apart from Hermy, she did know some/most.) Expelliarmus was played out tooo much.


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Originally posted by loadmaster123
It is my favorite of the series. To me the series are some of the best fantasy writing since Tolkien. I like The Deathly Hallowsb best. Now commences another long wait to see what Ms. Rowling will pen next. When I search at deal site, I found a recent deal for Harry Potter Boxset Books 1-7, I like them very much that I always want to buy a set of the books. They are on sale now: $117 instead of $195 (at dealstudio.com search harry potter) Is it a good price? I want to buy them. Waiting any suggestion…
Thanks.


Not a good price... There's a booksale at my school when you can get 1-6 for 30$, so soon they should have 1-7 for the same... But the ones at my school aren't hard cover, so it would be a good deal for hard cover books...


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Originally posted by Council#13
laughing out loud I almost screamed when Hagrid fell from his motorbike. I thought he had died. I thought that maybe Voldemort could've been disarmed then every beats him up. Of course, that sounds kind of juvenile, so I guess what JK did was better.



Yeah, I was a little mortified that JK decided to kill Fred. I nearly cried when Lupin and Snape died, though, as well as Tonks. It was really sad when you saw Colin Creevey dead, also. You'll always remember him as the first year student who idolized Harry and stood by him until the end.


I was soo sad when Fred died. M yfav. scene is when Ron went to stab the locket and the evil harry and Hermy came out. My friend and I were sdiscussing the book, and her fav. scene was when Hagrid was carrying harry out of the woods... but then again, my friend is weird and liked the scenein HP 5 movie when Voldimort was trying to posess Harry... she started laughing .


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Originally posted by Fade and Remain
If I had magical powers, a wand, and I WAS THE CHOSEN ONE, I would want to know every damnn spell in the book dark or not, countercurses, et cetera.... blink I just do NOT get why Ron, Hermy or Harry didn't do that, use them, STUDY (i mean really study) curses-countercurses and the like.. What the f**k? (Well apart from Hermy, she did know some/most.) Expelliarmus was played out tooo much.


I agree. I'm sure JK could've thought up some other spells to be used a lot instead of just Expelliarmus. But I guess there's a bit of irony in it, seeing as Expelliarmus was taught to Harry by who he initially thought was his worst enemy, but it was a spell that ended up saving his life multiple times.


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potcfan2003
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who taught Harr expeliarmus?


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1.Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
2.Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
3.Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
4.Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
5.Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
6.Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
7.Harry Potter and the Philosepher's Stone


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Originally posted by potcfan2003
who taught Harr expeliarmus?


Snape


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