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Forum Name: Harry Potter forum
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Printed Date: July/18/2019 at 7:29am


Topic: Favorite Book
Posted By: FinalExam
Subject: Favorite Book
Date Posted: August/06/2007 at 4:51am
I'm voting for Goblet of Fire. It is close between it and Order of the Phoenix, but I'm going to give the edge to Goblet just because it was such a pivotal novel in the series and wonderfully paced for such a thick novel.

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We are not strangers to ourselves, we only try to be. --Odd Thomas by Dean Koontz



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Posted By: breezit
Date Posted: August/06/2007 at 7:32am
Order of the Phoenix for me. I thought it was the most intense and exciting. For me, Goblet would be a close second.

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"In the real world as in dreams, nothing is quite what it seems.” Dean Koontz



Posted By: FinalExam
Date Posted: August/06/2007 at 7:44am
Those I think are definitely the best two of the novels, and it was a close call for me on which to pick.

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We are not strangers to ourselves, we only try to be. --Odd Thomas by Dean Koontz


Posted By: christophersnow
Date Posted: August/06/2007 at 10:24am
I waited 2.5 long years to read OP, and when it finally arrived I absorbed every word, and couldn't believe where she had taken this story. I think this may be Stephen King's favorite one as well, I think I'll vote for him.

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"It had to be said. The world is perishing from an orgy of self-sacrificing." - Howard Roark
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Posted By: FinalExam
Date Posted: August/06/2007 at 10:36am
You guys are making me rethink my vote. lol No, I do love OotP, I tihnk it is an extraordinary novel, but Goblet also holds a special place in my heart because it was witnessing the insanity of that book launch that convinced me to read the books.

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We are not strangers to ourselves, we only try to be. --Odd Thomas by Dean Koontz


Posted By: MONSTER
Date Posted: October/12/2007 at 7:44am
Phoenix all the way, the wait for it was horrible, bought it, read it cover to cover in about 11 hours straight, I just couldnt put it down, hell i couldnt sleep, i keep replaying every thing in my head

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"Never let your sense of morals prevent you from doing what's right." Isaac Asimov


Posted By: christophersnow
Date Posted: October/12/2007 at 8:01am
I think the many years I had to wait to read the book was part of the reason I loved it so much. I almost forgot how to read when I finally got the book. The years leading up to it I kept imagining what could possibly happen, and when I finally read it it was beyond all my imaginings. Pure greatness.

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"It had to be said. The world is perishing from an orgy of self-sacrificing." - Howard Roark
Dean Koontz= Always working!


Posted By: FinalExam
Date Posted: October/12/2007 at 9:22am
Well, I started reading the series after the first four were already out, so five was the first one I actually had to wait for, and maybe the anticipation did add something to it.

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We are not strangers to ourselves, we only try to be. --Odd Thomas by Dean Koontz


Posted By: MONSTER
Date Posted: October/12/2007 at 1:24pm
Anticipation would add to it wouldnt it now, never thought about it even when i was waiting

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"Never let your sense of morals prevent you from doing what's right." Isaac Asimov


Posted By: Einsteingooddog
Date Posted: April/03/2008 at 6:41pm
I'm just not sure on this one...

7 was totally awesome...
4 left me with a feeling at the end that I've never had after reading a book before
3 was totally amazing and started to reveal the greatness of the story to come.

I'm voting for 3 Prisoner of Azkaban...they were still relatively innocent, but Harry also learns loads about his parents and their friends and how powerful he is...EXPECTO PATRONUM!!!!

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Just Finished:Odd Hours


Posted By: Normal Tom
Date Posted: May/06/2008 at 3:14am
for me its a toss up between GOF, Ootp & DH although the final installment has the greatest pull as it gives resolution to the series and divulges all the unanswered secrets


Posted By: masha99
Date Posted: May/06/2008 at 3:28am
Half Blood Prince deserves a most-underrated mention. I know someone who just skipped it and went straight for the final book. Her loss, obviously.

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Pity for the guilty is treason to the innocent -- Ayn Rand/Terry Goodkind


Posted By: Normal Tom
Date Posted: May/06/2008 at 3:32am
wow skipped HBP? that blows my mind


Posted By: Trailmix
Date Posted: May/06/2008 at 10:59am
I'd have to say OOTP is my favorite, over all.


Posted By: Guests
Date Posted: April/12/2009 at 7:34pm
I love Goblet of Fire most.




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Posted By: andrewmoquin
Date Posted: July/16/2009 at 9:03pm
I prefer the Prisoner of Azkaban 'coz it's more adventurous than the other Harry Potter series. I like the part where they have to return the time from the past.

Even in my own view, I really love to return from the past so I can change the things that I've done wrong. I want to correct it so I won't be afraid to face the future.

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Posted By: diwakar063
Date Posted: November/19/2018 at 8:24am
My favourite part from the harry potter book series is Harry Potter and my favourite one is Harry Potter and the sorcerer's stone



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