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  • Harry Potter (books)
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  • In the first book, Harry, a small and especially irritating bespectacled child who, in the Golden Age, would be down the tin mines earning his keep (bloody kids these days), learns that his benevolent aunt and uncle Vernon and Petunia are in fact the heads of a Masonic splinter lodge. To keep their secret well hidden, Harry is bundled off to boarding school where he is visited in the night by a large bearded dwarf telling him that he's "special".
  • Harry Potter is a series of seven fantasy novels by British author J.K. Rowling. The series follows the adventures of a boy wizard who cheated death, and his two best friends as they attend a school of witchcraft and wizardry, learn a whole range of magical skills, and fight the dark forces of man-eating spiders, three-headed dogs, animate trees, noseless snake-like wizards, and Alan Rickman.
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  • Harry Potter is a series of seven fantasy novels by British author J.K. Rowling. The series follows the adventures of a boy wizard who cheated death, and his two best friends as they attend a school of witchcraft and wizardry, learn a whole range of magical skills, and fight the dark forces of man-eating spiders, three-headed dogs, animate trees, noseless snake-like wizards, and Alan Rickman. The series is known for its exceptionally genuine characters and themes that made first-time readers hail it as the greatest set of words to ever be collectively penned. Some of its groundbreaking concepts include a tall white-bearded wizard who serves as a mentor to the heroes, midget-like creatures, and calling the main antagonist "The Dark Lord". Filled with no plot holes and non-cliche themes of how love triumphs above all (that includes three deadly curses, a huge evil wizard army, and the most powerful wizard that ever lived), it is one of the most successful book series of the 21st century.
  • In the first book, Harry, a small and especially irritating bespectacled child who, in the Golden Age, would be down the tin mines earning his keep (bloody kids these days), learns that his benevolent aunt and uncle Vernon and Petunia are in fact the heads of a Masonic splinter lodge. To keep their secret well hidden, Harry is bundled off to boarding school where he is visited in the night by a large bearded dwarf telling him that he's "special". Harry is taken to an ancient bank deep in the heart of London, where he learns that his long-dead parents, killed in a tragic fly-by shooting under the orders of Lord Voldemort (named after the sound produced by trying to yawn with a mouth full of marshmallows), left him stocks and shares worth five times the amount of all the money in Paragon City. Not only that but he has magic powers and, being a small child who desires wanton destruction above all else, is a danger to humanity. One feeble explanation about "mitochondria" later and he's off to the Jedi Apprentice Academy at Hogwarts to master in Quidditch. He is placed in a secret friendship club known as Gryffindor by a mystical piece of headgear known as the Selection Sombrero. On the way he meets tall, anorexic Ron Weasley and plot device Hermione Granger, who, like him, have special powers and thus require secure detention. After indoctrination at the top-secret Academy they proceed to break all the rules, vandalize ancient works of art and kill off their Self Defence teacher (as well as several other minor characters) under the excuse that they were "saving the world". The American publication of the book was re-titled "The Rich Dude's Stock Options" because research has indicated that American children are allergic to dictionaries.
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