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Harry Potter

I recently finished reading Harry Potter. JK Rowling has an absolutely wonderful way of expressing the thoughts of the Harry Potter world, and the whole system works quite wonderfully.

Now, I did not read Harry Potter and instantly become a die-hard fan. Although Harry Potter was a well written series, something in me does not want to be a potterhead. (Don’t ask why they are called that. I don’t know!)

I loved how well JK Rowling writes, and it’s the kind of book I read. (You know, fantasy/magical stuff.) I didn’t like some parts, but I don’t want to spoil it for other readers who haven’t read it yet, so I won’t say much.

Overall I think it’s a great read, even if you aren’t looking to be transformed into potterheads overnight!



I'm a 13-year old writer, reader, blogger and so much more. I love to experiment (whether it's baking, crafts, or writing projects) and I love to try new things. (except foods...) I write fiction stories and I write real stuff that happened to me, a christian teen. That's the other thing, I'm Christian, and God is a big part of my life- which means my blog too. (oh, and my nickname is MZ)

9 thoughts on “Harry Potter

      1. LOL! I think I could be counted as a potterhead. I adore Harry Potter! I know a whole bunch of Harry Potter trivia, that’s somewhat useless… but!
        -Reba Cray


    1. Yeah… Renee is also a potterhead, for sure! I got her hooked on it. I made her watch it, plus I helped beg her mom to let her watch it!
      Just stuff like- well. I’ll text you some trivia. I don’t want to spoil it for anyone else. ;}
      -Reba Cray


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