Glad to see we share the same interest for English !
My favourite book is Deathly Hallows, because it being the last one made the whole experience of reading it so much different ! I read the other ones really fast, not doing anything else for hours until I reached the last page. It was even more the case for the Order of the Phoenix and the Half-Blood Prince because I read them in English first (I didn't read English well enough for the other ones) and would wait for it to be translate it and read it again in French. But the Deathly Hallows was so much different. I wanted to read the story very fast as I did for the others, but I didn't want to rush it. I wanted it to last, because I knew it would be the last time I didn't know what was waiting for me on the next page. So I read only one chapter a day. This was a real torture for me (especially when I had te close 24 hours after reading chapter 34 !) but it was worth it. And more thant that, there was also the whole story developed in this book. The uneasy feeling through the book, as you don't know how it is going to end. People dying, (DOBBY !), surprises in the plot (Ron leaving!) and the whole mastery of J.K. Rowling (for example: destroying an horcrux in Chamber of Secrets when we didn't even know what an horcrux was). Well, I could go on forever, but these are the ideas that came to my mind straightaway :)
I Love your "I hate you" Poem ,Brandino! It's really good. So how have you been? I finished my exams yesterday. They went well.Actually I was well when they they "went".So reading any new stuff? I'm bored cause no interesting books to read.Can you suggest me one?
Deathly Hallows was amazing (before the epilogue, personally I didn't like that) because harry finally matures into a self respectful man. He is not the depressed teen he slowly started to develop into, and I think it is important that for younger readers, a hero in a book that lifts his chin high and does what is best for the overall is a positive influence on them. The humor was wicked, some died that didn't need to die (*cough fred*) but that is how the goddess rowling wanted things to be, who are we to judge her?
I am a ravenclaw, more like a slytherclaw, because I evenly test between the two.
1984 is really the perfect example of evil, isn't it? But I also think it's am example of weakness. If you can only lead while your followers have been manipulated, then it's a sign that you know you aren't doing the right thing.