[[I’ve read all the books at least a dozen times each and every time I see new details and fall in love all over again. But I know that it’ll never be as good as the excitement of reading the books first time round.]]
[[It bugs me when people criticize the storyline and the way it and the characters were written. Jo’s writing is what we all fell in love with the way she wrote it. Headcannons are fine but don’t hate the story we all love.]]
I pictured the books so vividly in my head that I have trouble distinguishing between what happens in the books and what happens in the movies. Like I was talking to a friend who only watched the movies and I mentioned Peeves’ song at the end of Deathly Hallows and she had no clue what I was talking about.
And while I love the movies, it’s moments like that when I remember just how much they missed: The little things that made me fall in love with the series.
Infinite love to JK Rowling.
Draco Malfoy is one of my favorite characters. I really wish that we knew more about him. Like what his home life was like and how his parents became death eaters. Those would be amazing books.
I really do not get why in the plan to fetch Harry from Privet Drive in DH, they choose to make seven Harry Potters, in stead of turning Harry into someone else. Someone the Death-Eaters do not really want or need to kill, like I don’t know, Hestia or Dedalus. And turn Mad-eye into Harry or something.
The Death Eaters would be really surprised because of the amazing skills ‘Harry’ was showing all of a sudden.
No one can really understand my love for Serverus Snape. I’m not stating anything that has to do with the ‘reveal-ment’ that he wasn’t a bad guy. ‘Cause forgive me by saying so, Snape was a complete douche. It has to do with the complexity of his character and the depth that Jo spent writing him out. It makes me want to know more about him, and really get to connect to him.