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My Order:

1.) Order of the Phoenix
2.) Goblet of Fire
3.) Deathly Hallows
4.) Prisoner of Azkaban
5.) Half-Blood Prince
6.) Sorcerer's Stone
7.) Chamber of Secrets

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Oddly, breezit, I think my order is exactly as yours. I sometimes waffle and put Goblet as my all-time favorite, but it and Phoenix I think are neck and neck as my favorite. Then Deathly Hallows, Prisoner, Half-Blood Prince I loved but all that teen romance that was written as if the sixteen year olds were twelve put me off it somewhat, then the first two are my least favorite, with Sorcerer's Stone slightly higher in my estimation than Chamber.
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I thought most of the romantic stuff fell flat, and I must admit that I never found the Ron/Hermione relationship truly convincing or desirable.
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I'm in total agreement with you breezit. I mean, I like Ron and Hermoine as characters, but they never "worked" together for me. Not even in the final book.
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I did my best to ignore those parts.
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