Harry Potter

Riven

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So, who here has seen it /read the books?
Did you like it?
Are you signed in pottermore.com?
Which house are you in?
Which one is your favorite book?


I am going to be honest here. I am a Potter fan.

My house is gryffindor.

I loved the books and I grew up with them. Perfect timing.

My favorite book would be HP7.

And yes, i cried like a little girl when Dumbledore died.

And Snape.... I've always hated Snape. I still hate Snape but I hate Harry's father even more... I mean, bullying??? Just because Snape didn't have what they have??? -.- That's just wrong.
 
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Danimal

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Harry Potter is the only book series I've ever read. Along with Twilight
I love Harry Potter. It was basically my whole childhood.

According to pottermore and various other quizzes, I'm a Ravenclaw :cool:

I happen to love Snape. I alway knew that he was gonna turn out to be something amazing. :p
 

lauren

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I have read the books/seen all the films and I'm honestly such a PotterHead literally I adore Harry Potter and I always will. I've grown up with the series since I was 5 years old and I honestly see it as something magical and nostalgic about my childhood n_n
I'm also signed into Pottermore however I used it once, didn't get it and never used it again :p I am a Slytherin! :)

My favourite book is impossible to choose but I really like The Prisoner of Azkaban and the Deathly Hallows films :)
 

Kirk

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Thought I'd bump this one up since it's a popular book. :)
 

Nilla

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I just can't get into these books. I have tried and tried. I managed to read the first two and then make it halfway through the third. Aftre that I abandoned it for a while, then tried to pick up on it again. After many failed attempts to try to get myself into the fandom, I just can't. It isn't something that interests me.

I'll watch the movies though. I have seen the first two and both parts of the last one. So.. I actually don't get why I should even bother if I already know how it ends. lol
 

Han

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I've seen a few, I haven't read any. I don't mind it but I didn't really get into it as some have, I've always been more of a horror genre in films, and nineteenth century geek in reading.

I was signed up to Pottermore, however, and was in Slytherin house. My favourite is probably the Prisoner of Askaban. I haven't seen too far into them though.
 

Bazinga!

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When I signed up on Pottermore, it surprised me that I was sorted into Gryffindor because I always thought I'd be in Hufflepuff. I'm a fan of Harry Potter, although I didn't start reading the series till about the time that the 5th book was coming out. I was late to the party because I didn't think I'd originally like the series but I started reading it when I noticed several friends and family members reading it.

My favorite book in the whole series is Prisoner of Azkaban, although I like all the books.
 

Bazinga!

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I didn't get into it till right after the 5th book was released. I originally wasn't going to read it because I thought it wasn't going to interesting enough to hold my attention since it was suppose to be for kids. But when I found out that several of my friends and family members were reading the series, then I started getting into it myself.

My hubby hasn't read any of the books but he did watch the movies with me.
 

Golddisk

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I've never gotten into this series. I started reading one of the books but never finished. I have watched some of the movies but I don't go out of my way to watch them, either.
 
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Bazinga!

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Well, there's nothing wrong with that. I thought that the movie adaptations of the Harry Potter books weren't that bad at all. I thought they stayed close to the books, for the most part.