After three books, I still can’t help but wonder how J.K. Rowling came up with these ideas:
- 1. Creatures with unique qualities. Dementors, Boggart, Hagrid’s pets, etc.
- 2. The terms used at the book. Muggles, Quidditch, Butterbear, Honeydukes, Grindylow, etc.
- 3. The world building/Places. Ex. Hogsmeade , Hogwarts, etc.
Just because I gave this book a perfect rating, doesn’t mean that I didn’t have any issues with it. No, it’s just I am willing to ignore them and not make a big deal of them. For instance, during every fight scenes, I preferred more cruelty, because they all seemed light, not much strenuous effort, but then I’d remember that this series is categorize for children, and we don’t want our future generation to be violent ones, right? So yes, I’m willing to look past that and a couple of minor things with of little importance to me.
I also agree with other reader’s that this book is darker than the first two books. I felt it from the first few chapters, compared to its other two predecessor’s first few chapters which were light and fun.
I know I might sound like a broken record but seriously, every chapter of this book is full of exciting scenes. I think the movie tried to stay truthful to the book, so I can’t blame the people behind it for altering some scenes, because you can’t put the magnificence of this book into just less than 3 hours of film.
Honestly, I don’t have much to say aside from so far this series never cease to amaze me. I’m starting to think that maybe J.K. Rowling is a real life witch and she cast a spell on each of her books to enchant anyone who would read these books with open minds.
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, you’re up next!
#I’ll sum up Daniel Radcliff in one word for each of the film of Harry Potter:
3.HPPA= Hot!!! (Yes that hair!*heart eyes*)