hallo guys! Well, this is my first time that I actually write something and "publish" it, so it's not going to be brilliant. But I thought it was worth a try.
Hope u enjoy!
Reasons to why I enjoy and am a fan of Harry Potter:
-The idea. Harry’s a boy that discovers he is a wizard and goes to a school called Hogwarts and meets vrienden Ron and Hermione. It's an idea that is not commonly thought of.
-Being able to read about and live in a world full of magic and mythological creatures. We can never experience that in real life, so it is something new to many.
-Character development. No character in Harry Potter is boring. An example of that is Harry himself. He is, at first, just a very famous boy, and u would think has the characteristics of a perfect person. But later on u figure out that he is quite hot headed and, at times, arrogant. Another reason is that the characters on either side of the battle are appealing. In most books, u will find the evil side 100% horrible, but that is not how it is in Harry Potter. A lot of the main evil characters will have a back-story to why they ended up that way. The Malfoys, for example, were very proud to be part of the Death Eaters (what Voldemort’s supporters called themselves). But door the end of the series, all they wanted was that their family to survive the war, and that is also one of the reasons why Harry was not killed in the end.
-It is complex. J.K. Rowling can keep u thinking on what is going to happen next, and she does foreshadow a lot of what will. For instance, the third book in Harry Potter is one of the most complex boeken in the series. A murderer named Sirius Black has escaped prison and is out to get Harry. But Sirius is not really the one who murdered those 12 people, it was actually Peter Pettigrew, who is an unregistered animagus (a human that can transform into an animal), and turns out to be Ron’s pet rat. Nobody expected that to happen, but there were hints throughout the book pointing towards that reason.
-Anyone can read it. Harry Potter is not only a children’s book, adults are able to read it too. Harry’s adventures are so well written that it has earned the respect of many famous and honored authors today, one of them being Stephen King.
-Good versus Evil. In this case, Good versus Evil is also Love versus Hate. Harry’s biggest and strongest ability is to love; one reason why it is so is that Voldemort cannot love, and cannot understand how powerful love can be. Love is the reason why Harry lived the moment Voldemort tried to kill him at the age of one. Lilly, Harry’s mother, sacrificed her life for Harry’s, and that left a protection over him that blocked the curse and rebounded on Voldemort.
-Values love, friendship, and bravery. Those three things are approved a lot in the series. It can be found in quotes, such as one Dumbledore has said: “Do not pity the dead, Harry. Pity the living, and, above all, those who live without love.”