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Hi guys, I just found some new cool HP tribute, what do you think?
By Dale Smith
Cant get the image thing to work! Hope for help here! I have a fantastic beasts book, it has writing in it obvs but it seems more than it should be! My book is second hand from amazon so could be someone elses writing! Mine is the green covered one, hard back published 2012! Hope link works
Last night I had a dream that I was in some sort of tower and, on every level, was someone I had to fight.
On the last level, before the end boss, was Lucius Malfoy. He raised his wand, to curse me, so I punched him on the nose. It was effective, because he was unconscious right away. I grabbed his wand and, to test it, I used lumos.
I then ran up the stairs, to the end boss. The end boss was...
When he saw I had a wand, he surrender right away though.
I'm not talking about just the Harry Potter books, but in general. There are pros and cons to both such as hardcover books being heavier and sometimes harder to hold, and paperback books rip and tear easily. Even so, paperback books are easier to carry and hold, hardcover books look beautiful on the shelf and might be a tad bit more durable with books you know you're going to read over and over again.
I could compare all day, but if I had to choose, I'd pick paperback for the price and the fact that they're easier to handle. The only books I have that HAD to be hardcover are the Harry Potter books, because I'll be rereading those forever, and Harry Potter is just so special to me. The other series I have that is hardcover is A Series of Unfortunate Events, but that's really only because I can't find those in paperback.
This doesn't mean that I only buy paperback books. If I find a book I like and can only find it in hardback, then I'm going to get it because... books.
What about you? What do you prefer? Or do you really have no preference?
By Lily Potter Jr.
Normally, movie adaptations of books are not as good, but I have noticed some exceptions, like The Princess Bride, Movie: One of the best ever, Book: Not so good. Harry Potter books are way better, and the movies often mess up important scenes. Espeially kiss scenes. The one that was supposed to take place in the Room of Requirement took place in the Chamber of Secrets, and the one that was supposed to take place in the common room took place in the Room of Requirement. *sad sigh*