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I Read The First One In 1998

After listening to a the radio talk show about this book Harry Potter and how the Religious right were trying to get the book banned I saw it at my son's school during a parent's teacher's conference. He was in 1st grade and they were having a book sale. I saw the book and I just had to check it out. I bought it for myself to read. I almost didn’t make it past the first several chapters because it really felt so immature, but I kept with it and it turned out to be a pretty good book, so I bought the 2nd and then the 3rd. It was “The Prisoner of Azkaban” is where these books really took off as a real class act. It was almost as though it weren’t the same author. I waited a couple of years after that for the 4th book to come out in paperback but after that I started buying them on Amazon 6 months before they came out. That’s right I paid hardcover prices for them. I NEVER DO THAT! Well almost never. Five six and seven were all worth the price, and delivered on the very day of publication. Another thing I never do. They were all worth the wait.
titanis titanis 51-55, M 3 Responses Jul 7, 2012

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I got hooked when my sister sent them to read to my kids,She was senior sister at time in a kids hospital,the consultant encouraged all staff to read so they could talk about it to kids.So I got the books second hand but still a great read.<br />
Took my kids to see the films a little disappointing but not to bad just simplified a little to much!

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