August 25, 2011
Harry potter is a magical tale that captivates the reader’s heart and mind within the first few chapters of opening its pages. The story is relatable even in a magical castle of Hogwarts with wizards and witches. Who wouldn’t want to read a series where your imagination can run wild and free? Many say there is no real important meaning to Harry Potter, that it is like every other book but there is meaning and there is a difference. They are stories that enchant you to keep reading, stories that teach realistic problems found in lives of teens, and stories that applies to every age for over the next few generations. Harry Potter books should probably be the greatest series of this era for its unforgettably well written writing.
To pick up a Harry Potter book and to not put it down until finished with at least half of it is very common. Try to imagine being transported into a wizard’s shoe exploring a whole year of fighting off enemies from the Slytherin house, meeting long-life friends such as Ron and Hermione, and going thorough 800 pages of complete utter chaotic adventure from defeating Dark Lord and Wizards. Having words jump off a page and to imagine it the way you want it to be portrayed is a never a challenge with this series. Imagination is never short from Harry Potter when now and days there isn’t one book that would make a teenager fall asleep. For a series to make a reader so completely captivated in the novel is surprising and no other series has done the same.
As the story may just seem about spells and magic, there are realistic problems and real life lesson taught throughout the story. Characters breaking out of their idealistic stereotypical selves like the nerdy kid saving the day in the end, having love relationships tested such as relationships being broken just to save the other person, and friendships built from strength and courage during the fight to protect each...