It was another gloomy day at Hogwarts, despite it being past the middle of March. The sky was dark with clouds that occasionally sprinkled the land with rain, and the Dementors' presence made everything much colder than usual. Harry was sitting in the common room, trying to recall any happy memories that would help him cast his Patronus, as Professor Lupin had taught him, but he just couldn't recall any.
But that doesn't mean there's not stuff to make fun of. I mean, it's also known as the Come and Go Room, soooo what did the Hogwarts founders expect? Honestly, I'm not mad about it.
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During Harry's sixth year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, his mind was so busy with the forthcoming threat of Voldemort, since Fudge had finally admitted that he was back. This didn't worry Harry too much, since he never followed the politics. It was the last day of the summer holiday and Harry woke up to see that his best friend, Ron Weasley, was already dressed.
If, for some some reason, you missed the Harry Potter bandwagon 20 years ago and are yet to read J. K Rowling's magical tale of witchcraft, wizards and Hogwarts, may we advise you to buy the books from a reputable bookshop or online shop so that you don't make the same mistake that this guy just made. Yesterday, Twitter user Shelley Zhang posted several photos of a pretty tough conversation she had with her friend, Chris Chappell, who appears to have had a bit of a dilemma while attempting — we emphasise the word 'attempting' here — to read the Harry Potter series.
Both used to work as journalists focusing on China, and Chappell told BuzzFeed News they have known each other for about "seven or eight" years. However, Chappell said he saw someone watching the first movie on a recent plane trip and thought it looked interesting. So, he decided to finally check out the books for himself.
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