Re: So, did you like it?
- From: Ron Hunter <rphunter@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 27 Nov 2007 02:40:12 -0600
Jano escribió:Deevo wrote:
"Bill Blakely" <wcblakely@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
I enjoyed them all more the second time around, especially OotP whichActually I felt the opposite, while Deathly Hallows was dissapointing I
has so much rich detail about the wizarding world outside of Hogwarts.
All except HBP, that is, where a second reading, which I could barely
make myself complete, only served to confirm that it really was as bad
as I thought it was the first time around.
quite enjoyed Half Blood Prince for the most part as it allowed Harry and
his peers a relatively normal school year. Order of the Phoenix was good
but overwritten for me.
From what I read I must be one of the few that really like HBP a lot. I
consider it my favorite nowadays.
Yep. Many people here dislikes HBP a lot, even David would tell you that it was "ghost-written". I did like it, BUT, after DH I think it was a waste. JKR could have used book 6 for some other stuff rather than giving information that wasn't useful.
I felt that the Horcrux thread, and the Hallows thread, added as such a late point were departures from the original plan for the books. Many good fanfiction stories just continue without them, and tell a much more satisfying story. The detract from the linearity of the story. Adding the Horcruxes could be seen as 'obstacles', but the Hallows were merely a distraction, and really contributed nothing.
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