A Rock & A Hard Place

For the love of YA fiction.
Day Five: Book you wish you could live in

Who doesn’t want to live in the Wizarding World? I don’t think there is a person out there who has read these books and not loved them. The stories are captivating, the characters are transcendent, and the experience is magical. The story of The Boy Who Lived is so familiar that it is difficult to remember that Hogwart’s only exists in the imaginations of those who cherish these books. Although the series is over, the stories created are timeless. You can read these books over and over again and still feel the exact same emotions you felt the first time you read them. The readers who grew up with Harry, Ron and Hermione will no doubt pass these on to their children, and so on. These stories and these characters will truly live on forever.

Day Five: Book you wish you could live in

Who doesn’t want to live in the Wizarding World? I don’t think there is a person out there who has read these books and not loved them. The stories are captivating, the characters are transcendent, and the experience is magical. The story of The Boy Who Lived is so familiar that it is difficult to remember that Hogwart’s only exists in the imaginations of those who cherish these books. Although the series is over, the stories created are timeless. You can read these books over and over again and still feel the exact same emotions you felt the first time you read them. The readers who grew up with Harry, Ron and Hermione will no doubt pass these on to their children, and so on. These stories and these characters will truly live on forever.

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