Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

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Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. I’m at a disadvantage when I watch the Harry Potter movies, because I never bothered with reading the books. (That will soon change thanks to Wyatt … who has offered to lend me his books.) Nevertheless, I enjoyed the fifth installment of the Harry Potter series. I’m hoping to begin reading the series by this weekend and finish the series by the end of August. Given my current thirst for reading, I don’t think it will be too difficult to accomplish.

I’ve been very impressed with how entertaining and visually interesting they’ve made the Harry Potter movies. I left the theater thinking: this is the stuff dreams are made of. I can’t wait to read the books and I can’t wait to see the next flicks when they come out.

4 thoughts on “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

  1. Pat Collins

    fwiw, the books are much more detailed and give you a lot of the backstory, etc. you can’t put them down. my advice is start with the 4th one…

  2. Thanks for the advice! I am nearly done reading the first book. And hope to start on Chamber of Secrets this weekend.

    One thing that really stood out to me in the first book was that Hermione Granger was a Muggle. They didn’t really touch on that in the first movie, but I think it explains a lot about her character…

  3. Pat Collins

    fwiw, the books are much more detailed and give you a lot of the backstory, etc. you can’t put them down. my advice is start with the 4th one…

  4. Thanks for the advice! I am nearly done reading the first book. And hope to start on Chamber of Secrets this weekend.

    One thing that really stood out to me in the first book was that Hermione Granger was a Muggle. They didn’t really touch on that in the first movie, but I think it explains a lot about her character…

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