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Today is Harry Potter's birthday! :) Happy birthday to the boy who lived. <3 I watched the first movie last night and finished the sixth book this morning. I understand why they're so popular now. They're wonderful, charming, touching, and simply magical. They are extremely well written: the characters are solid and tangible, the narration is flawless, and I wish I could read them for the rest of my life.

The movie is enchanting as well. The actors are adorable and brilliantly talented, and the special effects, composition, and music(by John Williams!) sparkle too.



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  1. Harry Potter. You sicken me.

    Just kidding. Good for you Amaranthine. You got past chapter 1!!!! I couldn't. :P Happy Birthday to the kid with the cool scar.

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  2. nooo try again! XD. Have I ever been wrong before? (just kidding)

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  3. XDDD Maybe someday......And if I say you have been wrong before, will you be mad? xD Just kidding. ;)

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  4. I'm so glad that you're a HP nerd now like me!!!! :) Happy belated birthday Harry!!!! <3

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  5. Yay! another Harry Potter fan! Happy late b-day Harry!

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  6. I love the Harry Potter books/movies! The worldbuilding is amazing. Glad you're enjoying them!

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  7. Glad you love Harry Potter! Happy late birthday Harry Potter!

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  8. Yay! welcome to the Club, Amaranthine. :D They really are amazing aren't they? Just wait book seven is probably one of the best and it develops a very cool Christian angle. Teh movies are good, but not nearly as good as the books in my opinion. You just can't fit as much into two hours as you can into 800 pages. They actors really are brilliant though, and I absolutely LOVE John Williams. How can you not love the guy who wrote all the Star Wars scores?

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  9. By the way have you heard about Pottermore?

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  10. <3 hehe
    I love John Willaims' music!
    And my birthday is the same as Hermione's!!!

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