Post by Rictesempra on Nov 6, 2009 23:04:07 GMT -5
For me, I'd have to say Deathly Hallows. It was fantastic, just like all the other Harry Potter books, but it made me a little sad how everything came together seamlessly.
I liked that throughout the book series there was always things you didn't know; for example, Gryffindor's Sword absorbing the basilisk venom as a way to kill horcruxes. Another thing that for me took away the 'specialness' of the last and second book was that Ron opened the chamber of secrets. He is not a parselmouth. He was simply copying what he heard Harry say.
Those are a few of the reasons, so what's your least favorite book?
I'd have to go with you on this one Jasmine, is it just me or did the few chapters that dealt with the trio camping out in the forest drag a little too long? I love Jo and everything but sometimes I feel that she rushes on a few things while dragging along on others...
then again she was facing a deadline, not to mention how anxious and excited she was to finally wrap up this whole story.
Last Edit: Nov 7, 2009 20:36:45 GMT -5 by kynthers
Have to say Deathly Hallows as well. It was not that good the other were. It was too fast, everything together. And there were much to many deaths! For example the death of Tonks and Lupin was without any reason! And poor Teddy had to grow up with Tonks mum. Why? It feels like he is the new Harry, but there is no new book with Teddy! So, why?