Every time I read Nineteen Years Later I get really mad at Ron for telling the kids to stay away from Scorpius. They are adults, they should understand why Malfoy was mean in the first place, and forgiven him.
I just think the first time Draco was introduced in the book was pretty important, you really saw his real personality in the few pages. (Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone pages 59-61)
When I was about 10 and in Grade 5 my friend sat me down durning reading time and gave me Harry Potter and the Philosphers Stone, I remember her sitting there and making sure I read past the first couple of chapters because she thought I would love it and I did. I thought she was awesome for that and we both went through the Harry Potter journey together.
I always thought that Hermione’s attitude toward the centaurs was completely against her character.
She created S.P.E.W. to give lesser creatures(house-elves)more rights and believe that they should be treated like wizards. But, she calls Firenze a “horse” and says “either way, he’s still got four legs.”
Before I truly got into the HP fandom, (reading all the books and watching the all movies) I only knew a little bit about the series. I got bored and took a quiz to determine which HP guy I would end up with. After a long test, with my honest answers, I got Percy Weasly. I had no idea who he was. And the more I read HP, my opinion of him changed a lot. At first, I liked him, because he was a nerd and a bit snooty. I thought it was funny. As time went on, he got more conceited, and I hated it. In GoF, I really started to dislike him, but part of me still wanted him redeemed. The letter he wrote to Ron was a slap in the face, but his reaction to Ron coming out of the lake was just adorable. I was so glad to see that happen when the seventh book came, and to this day I still love Percy Weasly!