Seven books that changed the world. Made us believe in the impossible.
We could give you 394 (Courtesy, Professor Snape) reasons to read Harry Potter but let’s stick to seven! We’re sure you’re going to want to catch up with the books after reading this! If not, you shouldn’t be reading this, muggle.
1) Your favourite tv shows/books/movies will become instantly funnier.
To a person who’s read the books, the GIF makes complete sense. The Harry Potter references make the joke 100x times funnier! And to those who haven’t read the books, you don’t get it, do you?
2) You will have something to do in your free time!
Your friends have always recommended the books to you but you never got around to reading them. Now you have them to keep you company and you can see what everyone’s been talking about!
3) You’ll have a pile of Halloween clothing ideas to pick from.
Bellatrix, Voldemort, Harry, Hermione or Ron. And one day, maybe Dobby? There’s so much more to pick from!
4) It’s NOT like the movie.
Hermione’s Yule ball gown, Peeves the poltergeist, A funny version of Ginny Weasley and a completely different ending.
The elder wand isn’t broken by Harry. LOADS of details. The books are different, and better.
5) Harry Potter books are the cue to falling in love with reading.
They’re so incredibly well written that after finishing the series, you will want to re-read it just so you can experience the magic again. You’ll wish you could re-read the books without knowing what’s going to happen next. It’s going to make you feel a lot of things.
6) You will love the musicals!
Once you’re done reading the books and watching all the movies, you’ll keep looking for Harry Potter related things to watch. For example, A Very Pottery Musical.
7) Reading Harry Potter makes you a better person.
Yes, it’s true! Reading Harry Potter books makes you a better person and it’s scientifically proved! Need I say more?
You’ll fall in love with the golden trio’s friendship, you’ll fall in love with Severus Snape, and you’ll fall in love with J.K. Rowling.
So, are you ready to take the reading challenge?