JK Rowling’s best adventure – Harry Potter.

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The first thing that pops up in your mind when you hear the word magic is J.K Rowling’s magically series” Harry Potter”. Our childhood is not likely to be complete without watching the Harry Potter movies. We have all watched Harry grow into a great powerful wizard. With the support of his friends: Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley, Harry defeated the ever hated villain, Lord Voldemort.

The Harry Potter series had more to it than the mysterious magical fun and evil dark side. J.K Rowling emphasised on different emotions on her books. She bought the characters alive with such deep connections to each other. There was friendship, magic, love and different pasts to the stories.

Every child that spent their young days watching the series has loved and learned to cherish friendship, family, school and life. We have all waited for our ticket to Hogwarts. Or maybe we even imagined living under the stair closet just like Harry did.

The adventures never ceased to disappoint. The world of Harry Potter enhanced the limits of imagination. From mythical creatures to wands and spells, J.K Rowling took a long route in building her best work so far. The Harry Potter series has 7 Books and 8 Movies in total. Each describing a level towards the destined fate of Harry’s life.

The books didn’t just speak with adventures and portions. It connected the reader to each character. Remember when Harry first discovered he was a wizard? The excitement of the beginning never left our side throughout the whole journey, from the friendly challenges with Malfoy to Professor Snape’s glaring stares at Harry. We loved every bit of what J.K Rowing delivered through her work. Not to forget the friendly face in Hogwarts- Hagrid. Harry’s first friend and the keeper of the keys.

Hagrid introduced us to some of the craziest magical creatures that ever existed in the fictional world of make-belief. From the mythology creature Cerberus to the magical flying beast, Hippogriff. Hagrid surely did love his animal buddies, so much so that he saved the enormous Acromantula from being killed!!

Apart from magical beasts, J.K Rowling made sure that she added a little bit of sport into the series. Speaking of games, ever wanted to be in the Quidditch league? What’s more exciting than flying around playing Football in the sky. Although it isn’t really Football now is it? Curiously the game became a great hit in the entire series.

Each character represented an important role, we loved some, and we undoubtedly did loathe some. But overall, Harry Potter became a part of the belief in magic we kept while we were kids. The fictional world took us into different ideas.

Aside from loving the books, the movies gave the audience a better perspective of the imagination Rowling presented in her writing. The production of the Harry Potter series was one of the best works of magical lands ever discovered in the century.

J.K Rowling did not end her fans’ hopes with just 8 movies to watch. She allowed us to be a part of the wizarding world and keep us connected to the fantastic world of Harry Potter. The world of Harry Potter is an active community of magic until this day. Feeling related to the series even after the end feels great. So why not find which wizarding house you belong to?

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