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Poll Question: Which is your least favorite book of the series?
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5 [45.45%]
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1 [9.09%]
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Einsteingooddog Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: April/03/2008 at 6:52pm
COS without question...

How can you think Deathly Hallows was boring...wow!
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I'm almost tempted to change my vote to HALF-BLOOD PRINCE because it just wasn't as good as GOBLET or PHOENIX. That's the point where the series started declining a bit, and I was hoping that the books would just keep on getting better and better.
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I definitely found Half-Blood Prince a letdown after the highs of Goblet and Phoenix, mostly because of the boring middle part that focused on the characters' relationships. Despite some dissatisfaction with the last one, I still found Deathly Hallows a wonderful end to a great series.
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I voted for Sorcerer's Stone, just because it's the most childish in style and with all the setup there wasn't enough time to develop the characters more.

If there was a poll for most underrated, I'd go with Half Blood Prince, hands down. The relationships did slow down the plot, but it made me step back a bit and remember that these incredible heroes are just teenagers and are still going through normal stages like anyone else. That made everything they've been doing seem even more amazing.
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Probably COS, I loved it, but I like all the others a shade better.
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