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It's the best one, and the only one where he doesn't fight Voldemort in some form.
Really? It's my favorite, most likely cause it introduced some of my favorite characters (Remus Lupin, Sirius Black), Voldemort was not there in any shape or form and there was this huge ass twist with Sirius being Harry's godfather, not to mention Lupin being a werewolf
Also Ron's rat being a human this whole time..crazy
A lot of people say POA is their favorite, or close to their favorite. It's one of the best of the series, but it's not underrated.
The most underrated is Chamber of Secrets. Most people rank it towards the bottom, but it's actually a really cool book. It's like a magical murder mystery.
Most underrated book is Order of the Phoenix. Harry is a whiny and angry adolescent - comic genius! And Umbridge is the most fantastically evil villain in the series.
I hated Umbridge, but that just goes to show that Rowling wrote her character extremely well. And true, Harry was going through adolescence, and people get mad that Rowling was true to actual life.
It's my favorite one because, in my opinion, it had the biggest twist
What are you talking about?
What twist? What the hell are you talking about? No one was dead but appeared not to be...
Jokes that don't make sense aren't funny either.
He was referencing The Sixth Sense. You need to upgrade your sense of humour.
(Your+name+(optional)): Sorry, I just didn't get it at first. I haven't seen that in a long time.
People underestimate the book because the third movie sucked so much. In fact, it's one of the best in the series (in my opinion, and most of the people I know agree.) People just judge it based on the horrible movie.
I don't think it's underrated. I know many people who say it's their favorite one. It's my favorite, because Harry and his friends mature the most in that one. Its dark which is a huge step from the first two.
I always thought the 5th was the worst and 4th and 6th were my favorites.
Me too, I loved the fourth and sixth books but I hated the fifth book. Harry was so obnoxious in it.
The third is my favorite (so far).
The third one is my all time best, mainly because of the back story of the Marauders and such.
And the best one was Goblet of Fire, amirite?
That was my least favorite, actually. I hated how Ron was mad at Harry and how he thought Harry put his name in the goblet. They're best friends. Best friends trust eachother, not get jealous over eachother.
I read it when I was in 4th grade, and I just remember it being written so well, but that was a while ago, so my opinion might not be too strong.
Read them again. You'll understand the themes better and gain a stronger opinion. And you'll understand some parts that you might have skipped over better.
I began to do that, but I got caught up in schoolwork and now I'm reading "To Kill a Mockingbird"
It was good, but I'm still sorta bummed after Cedric died. He was just a completely innocent life.
Harry was the worst in the Order, I wanted to duct tape his whiny little mouth shut, which pisses me off, because it was my favorite plot.
All of them are OVER rated.