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Activity Discussion Essay Write an essay on My favorite Book. Reply To: Write an essay on My favorite Book.

  • Mahima

    June 7, 2021 at 6:39 pm
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    Books are loyal companions who never abandon you. This sentence rings true for me since books have always been there for me. Reading is something I like doing. They can transport us across planets without requiring us to leave our current location. Books also help us to expand our imagination. My near and dear ones always instilled in me the value of reading. Following that, I read several novels. Harry Potter, on the other hand, will always be my favorite book. It’s amongst the interesting and attractive book. Even though I have read all of the novels in this series, I continue to read them since I am never bored.

    J.K. Rowling, one of our generation’s most prominent writers, wrote the Harry Potter series of books. The wizarding realm and its workings are depicted in these works. J.K. Rowling has done such an excellent job of building a picture of this world that it appears to be genuine. Even though there are seven books in the series, I have a favorite. In the series The Goblet of Fire is my favorite book.

    When I first started reading the book, it immediately drew my interest. Although I had read all of the preceding portions, none of the novels had piqued my interest as much as this one. It provided a broader view of the wizarding world. The introduction of the other wizard schools is one of the aspects of this book that interests me the most. The Tri-wizard Tournament concept is one of the most creative ideas I’ve seen in the Harry Potter series.

    I was star-struck the instant I read about Victor Krum’s submission. Rowling’s description of the character’s aura and personality is wonderful. Furthermore, it made me a bigger lover of the show.

    In addition, the Harry Potter books taught me that no one is perfect. Everyone has both good and evil inside them. We are the ones who get to decide who we want to be. This aided me in making better decisions and growing as a person. We can see how even the most problematic individuals, such as Snape, had good intentions. Similarly, even the nicest people, such as Dumbledore, had flaws. This shifted my attitude toward others and taught me to be more courteous.

    Finally, these works restored my faith in humanity. They instilled in me the value of hope and the belief that there is light at the end of the tunnel. It gave me the courage to hold on to optimism in the face of adversity, just as Harry had done his entire life.

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