I Have Read All 7 Harry Potter Books

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    I Was Robbed!!

    the last book was advertised as 608 pages and it wasn't its 607.................... I WANT MY LAST PAGE AS PROMISED!!!
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    1 Response Oct 29, 2007

    Made Me A Reader

    before these books came out, i hated reading. but then i picked up a harry potter book and became obsessed with it. everytime a new book would come out, i would not put it down until i had read it from cover to cover. and now that the final movie is coming out, im starting to get...
    nikkitay nikkitay
    18-21, F
    5 Responses May 11, 2011

    Nine times each......

    wiggs42 wiggs42
    41-45, F
    3 Responses Jul 26, 2015
    GenesiusRedux GenesiusRedux
    51-55, M
    3 Responses Oct 15, 2015

    My Childhood

    When I was about 4-5 years old, my mother would read HP and the Philosopher's Stone to me. But she would go on reading after I was asleep already because she was so absorbed by the story herself. Thus, I mised half of the story, and tried to figure out the parts I missed on my...
    ennje ennje
    Mar 28, 2013


    I just finished reading "...The Deathly Hallows" and it was AWESOME.. I wish it continued on somehow. There's nothing like it
    Duuuuuude Duuuuuude
    18-21, M
    May 20, 2011
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    Sep 28, 2015

    I have read the books

    so many times, that my paperbacks fell apart and I had to replace them with hardback covers. But I want to keep my hardbacks pristine, so I continue to read my mangled paperback haha β€οΈπŸ“š
    Dezaraeann Dezaraeann
    26-30, F
    May 20, 2015

    Funny Thing Though

    ...is that when I read the first HP novel, I had an super cool extra bonus of being eleven years old - the exact same age Harry was. I can't even begin to describe how cool I thought it was, to read about a hero who was my age. :D And when I first got to read the second novel, I...
    themanoflegends themanoflegends
    26-30, M
    Feb 20, 2013

    It was magical, really.

    It is my favorite series.
    loveawakee loveawakee
    18-21, M
    Feb 23, 2014

    Even though I've read young adult novels

    that are far better written than Harry Potter could ever hope to be ("Fire and Ash" by Jonathan Maberry, "Escape From Furnace: Execution" Alexander Gordon Smith, and all three of my favorite, "and "Stick" by Andrew Smith", I still have a permanent
    seabassep seabassep
    22-25, M
    Oct 9, 2014

    Im a nerd

    gdos gdos
    16-17, M
    Mar 22, 2015

    Muggle Years

    2006-2010 were my Potter years.Β  Stretched out, leaning on my elbows on the edge of her bed, every night I'd nestle downΒ with my daughter and live in the world of Snape, Weasley and huge spiders.Β  I remember, as we started TPS, thinking dark thoughts about reading another six...
    CrookedMan CrookedMan
    Sep 28, 2011

    I've read every book 3 times

    and am currently reading them again for the fourth. The books start out pretty slow but soon become an amazing, emotional, action packed story. I can't get enough of it!
    NightWalker6676 NightWalker6676
    18-21, F
    1 Response Oct 9, 2014

    I have read all 7 of the books many times.

    My most favourite is the last part though.
    flyyhigh21 flyyhigh21
    22-25, F
    1 Response Oct 27, 2014


    These books were sort of an escape for me. They brought a sense of comfort and were entirely too easy to just get lost in. I read most of them several times. I really almost cried when dumbledore died. I was staying in atlanta for a week hanging out with my brother and it ruined...
    PreferAnAstronaut PreferAnAstronaut
    26-30, M
    4 Responses Jul 17, 2010

    I am re reading them

    as an adult. They still make me laugh.
    sroonaka616 sroonaka616
    1 Response Nov 5, 2015


    A friend sent me copy of the first one waaaaaaaaay back when only the first three were out.  I was an addict from page 1.  A friend of mine said she quit reading after the fourth, because "It's getting too dark, too heavy."  I looked at her as if she was nuts...
    MossAgate MossAgate
    31-35, F
    2 Responses Jul 17, 2010

    And One Day

    i will have somebody read them to me.
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    Mar 26, 2013

    Whenever I'm feeling down,

    I reread Harry Potter. Always a great escape.
    Sim90 Sim90
    26-30, F
    1 Response Jan 29, 2016
    cellorocks cellorocks
    16-17, F
    Dec 7, 2014

    I have all the books

    and all the movies. :D
    PsychGirl94 PsychGirl94
    22-25, F
    1 Response Dec 21, 2014

    I read them all in the original English,

    not the dumbed-down translations into American that were forced on us. Right, we're too stupid to know what jumpers are, and the a concept of a *philosopher's* stone is completely beyond us.
    ScooterDawg ScooterDawg
    46-50, M
    Jul 31, 2015

    The Chamber of Secrets is my favourite movie,

    but the Goblet of Fire is my favourite book. :)
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    1 Response Nov 29, 2014

    The simplest way to put it .

    .. The world would be a better place if we lived in Harry Potter.
    onecutebubbles0729 onecutebubbles0729
    22-25, F
    Oct 26, 2014

    Books Vs Movies

    As everyone knows, the books are always better and the movies change so many things in it. I remember reading The Goblet of Fire and there was this one part were professor Dumbledore ask calmly if Harry put his name into the Goblet of Fire. When I watched the movie, that part...
    BlueBrad BlueBrad
    18-21, M
    1 Response Nov 16, 2013

    I Cried

    I have read all 7 of the Harry Potter books. And what struck me is the fact that they can be so depressing! I got the seventh the day it came out, and I didn't open it - why? I knew it would depress me. And it did, I read it the following day. I couldn't believe she felt so many...
    Luangi Luangi
    18-21, F
    3 Responses Sep 27, 2007

    More Than Once :)

    I have read all seven Harry Potter Books. To say that I am a Harry Potter fan would be an understatment. I am a die hard Potter fan. I have read the books more than once, even more than twice. I Love the Harry Potter books, and the Movies. They are all amazing, and anytime that I...
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    2 Responses Apr 26, 2013


    I actually started by reading #5 in the series.  It came out the summer before my freshman year in high school and was required reading for all incoming freshmen.  I had seen the first two movies by that point but had never read the books, even though I'm a serious...
    gman1023 gman1023
    26-30, M
    4 Responses Jul 19, 2010

    Harry Potter Rant- I've read all the books

    countless number of times, same goes for watching the movies. And every time I watch a Harry Potter movie, I walk away feeling so frustrated!! It's such a sham. It's a hollow, hollow version of the book. I cannot stand David Yates, he ruined the series for me. Some of the things...
    TerriTerrific TerriTerrific
    22-25, F
    1 Response Feb 4, 2014

    I Solemnly Swear...

    I solemnly swear I am up to no good! *taps wand on map * :p
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    Nov 9, 2013
    sighimnotgoodwithnames sighimnotgoodwithnames
    26-30, F
    3 Responses Mar 20, 2014

    My Friend Harry

    Its sad but true. Harry Potter was my only friend in Intermediate school.
    JadeAlexMcKenzie JadeAlexMcKenzie
    18-21, F
    1 Response Jul 16, 2010

    I have ebooks plus books n I read them over n

    over when I'm travelling or at home!!! I wish there wr more parts....
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    Sep 29, 2015

    The Thing That Sucks

    now that they're over, i don't think jk rowling can possibly hope to write anything ever again that could even compare. i'm so sad they're over - i devoted 10 years of my life to following those books. it kind of feels like my childhood is ending. i don't think it's likely...
    possibly possibly
    18-21, F
    1 Response Feb 23, 2008


    I was in fourth grade... my mother was so scared to buy these books for me as a Christmas present and asked from me for thousand times that am I sure that I will read them or not. Every time I answered yes, IΒ΄m sure... I was really happy to get them and I will never regret...
    kikus13 kikus13
    18-21, F
    1 Response Mar 29, 2013

    From "The Sorceror's (Philospoher's) Stone" to

    "The Deathly Hallows". They are some of the better books written for the YA audience.
    Mrskatearch Mrskatearch
    31-35, F
    2 Responses Aug 31, 2015

    Cant Believe Its Ended

    read them all and once i finished had to start them all again, cos i just couldn't believe that it had ended! we'll never see another harry potter book written again and that made me feel kinda sad! i suppose we've always got the movies to look forward to.
    sezy sezy
    18-21, F
    1 Response Aug 18, 2007
    NightsEternalShadow NightsEternalShadow
    22-25, F
    1 Response Sep 5, 2014

    Harry Potter Rocks!

    I began to read Harry Potter when my oldest was 7. I would read them to her because they were the "in" books and she couldn't read that well yet. So I got very caught up in them and was just as excited as she was when each book was due out. I went a few times at midnight to get...
    Kat47 Kat47
    46-50, F
    2 Responses Jan 28, 2013
    AshlynT AshlynT
    13-15, F
    1 Response Aug 20, 2015
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