And The Adventure Ends

Piles of my “Harry Potter” books

Got the first copy when I was in 6th grade

Never miss every single series

Read the 7th book when I was in the 2nd year of university

Watched the first movie when I was in 7th grade

Never miss every single movies

Watched the last movie last week

Maybe those phrases can best describe my addiction to “Harry Potter Series”. An adventure of three kids in a school of witchcraft and wizardry named Hogwarts. I grew up reading their adventure and there was a time in my life when I dreamed of being in a wizard world. When I was in junior high school, me and my friends always talked about muggles, mud-blood,  Voldemort, and all of those spells they used in the wizard world (such as lumos, obliviate, occulo reparo, avada kedavra, wingardium leviosa, and many mores). I think we should revised our dictionary and adding those words in it. LoL. 😀

my first copy of “Harry Potter” dated in 2000

When I finished reading the last series of Harry Potter, I was still hoping for some more movies. But now, as the last movie had been released, I feel like half of my childhood had gone somewhere.

“Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 2” was great with all of those amazing special effects. Speaking about my favorite, the best Harry Potter series are “Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban” (3rd series) and “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire” (4th series). And for the movie, nothing can beat the last part of Harry Potter series. Yes, I am more than satisfied!

I think my generation is so lucky to be given a chance to follow the adventure of Harry Potter right from the very beginning until the very end. Thanks, JK Rowling. You’re so brilliant.

And I promise I will introduce this amazing adventure to my future kids, someday. Just like my auntie had introduced me to some Enid Blyton’s characters back then when I was a kid. 🙂

…and this is the trailer of “Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallow Part 2” in case you haven’t watched it.

pictures taken from here and here.