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Thursday, September 5, 2013

Giveaway: Harry Potter Book Collection in Hardcover

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132 comments:

  1. I think I enjoyed Half Blood Prince most because of the questions it raised about Snape

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  2. My favorite book is Half Blood Prince, but my favorite movie is Goblet of Fire.

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  3. my favorite book is the half blood prince. major plot twists and getting to know the darker characters more!

    i have this set but my teething dog at the time decided to eat it for lunch. the chest box and a few book covers were ruined! i'd love to have it replaced.

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  4. The Goblet of Fire....my husband would read this book to the boys everynite before bed when they were little...it brings back such happy memories...

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  5. The first book and the first movie will always be my favorite!! =)

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  6. Harry Potter and the Sorceror's Stone. It's what made me a fan.

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  7. Shoot idk what's my favorite...hmmm...I think the 2nd one is my fave, don't quote me though! :P

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  8. goblet of fire was a fun read because I think it's where the books started getting darker and the return of The Dark One happened there. Half Blood Prince was my fav. book though because it was where we really got to see Snape and learn more about his past.

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  9. I love Harry Potter and the Sorceror's Stone. I love all the magic of the beginning. Of course, they are all wonderful!

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  10. HArry POtter and THE GOBLET oF FIRE.....I love when DUMLEDORE spoke about the TRIWIZARD tournament and the Weasley brothers try to sneak themselves into it, knowing there was an age law. This one felt a little dark. All the Risks.....

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  11. prisoner of Azkaban. love that harry finds out he has family that will love him

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  12. The Sorcerers Stone because it introduces you to the wonderful characters and this magical world!

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  13. I have to say the sorcerers stone because that's when I fell in love with the story.

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  14. the first one. it was the most interesting to me

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  15. The Half-Blood Prince is my favorite.

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  16. GOblet of fire

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  17. I loved The Prisoner of Azkaban. It focused more on Harry's story!

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  18. The first one..it's fun learning about them from the beginning!!

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  19. The first Harry Potter book because thats how the story started. Loved it was hooked!!

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  20. I favorite all of them. There wasn't one book any better than the last. They were all just that good.So if i have to pick a favorite. It's all of them because i just couldn't put them down

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  21. All of them! If I had to choose and D. all of the above. I'd choose D. :)

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  22. My favorite Harry Potter book is the Harry Potter and the Sorceror's Stone because I like the magic.

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  23. My favorite Harry Potter book is the Goblet of Fire, because its when the series goes from explaining the history to more intense plot lines. They go from light hearted stories to were things really start happening!

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  24. POA is my favorite because I love Sirius Black

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  25. Spoilers! I'm late to the party; my 4 year old and I are working on the 1st one!

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  26. Oh man IDK!!I will have to say Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, the story is just great.

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  27. I liked Prisoner of Azkaban the most because the had a lot of Lupin in it and I loved the Lupin character. Great set!!!

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  28. I really loved the last two HP books!!

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  29. I LOVE the Order of the Phoenix but my ALL TIME FAVORITE is the Half Blood Prince.

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  30. I have to say, sad as it was towards the end, I liked Goblet of Fire.

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  31. I like the Goblet of Fire because it starts to show both the dark and light side of the Harry Potter series.

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  32. I liked book 1 the best. It got me hooked on the series.

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  33. It would be like voting for my favorite child. I just can't do it. :)

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  34. My fav is Deathly Hallows. Seeing the whole story come full circle, especially with Snape, was amazing

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  35. The first book!!

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  36. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows!! I love the twists and turns and seeing them off on their own, and how they figure it all out and come together at teh end to finish off Voldemort!

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  37. I am not sure, never read them. I would love to read them and my 12 year old would too.

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  38. I don't know that I have a single favorite. I like the whole story. I guess I could name 'Philosopher's Stone,' the first one.
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  39. I have always loved Half-Blood Prince! It has a lot of light-hearted moments as well as the more serious darker themes.

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  40. I liked the first one best!


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  41. I loved The Deathly Hallows because I couldn't put it down. My son is finally old enough to enjoy the books and he loves The Prisoner of Azkaban.

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  42. The first book, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone

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  43. Sorcerer's Stone because it is when we got to meet that world.
    Cheri

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  44. I don't really remember all the stories, on their individual content, but more as a full collection. I think I liked it best when Hermione and Harry, et al., were growing up and maturing a bit, but before they got to be teens, and romance was introduced. So I guess I liked it best when they were more "kids taking on the world." Still, I love the series!

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  45. I really liked Goblet of Fire because that is where we get to see Voldie's return.

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  46. I loved them all but my favorite was the final book because its when we got to see them really get into their powers and fight for the good.

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  47. I would have to say the first one because it got me hooked on all the rest :-)

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  48. My favorite is the first! I love it because it reminds me of when my kids were growing up, they both LOVED Harry Potter! My oldest was the same age as Harry, Hermione and Ron when the movies came out and so my kids grew up with them. I have a baby grandchild now and although I bought both my kids the books, I would love to have my own set to read to him from. :)

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  49. I loved them all. I was a school librarian..Harry Potter brought those kids to me in droves! Then, between books, I was able to introduce them to other "series" that they might "get by with" until another Harry hit the shelves. They growled when the teacher would assign them a 100+ page biography and complained that they couldn't read a book that long! But a 700+ page Harry Potter.. no problem. Those books taught kids not to discard a title because it is "too big".. give it a chance and see if it is any good.

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  50. My favorite will always be Goblet of Fire, but all of the even numbered books are amazing! I would love to have a set like this!

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  51. OMGOSH This set is awesome! Hope I win!

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  52. since I have to choose one I'd have to say my favorite is probably Order of the Phoenix because although Harry's parents are dead it's the first time he's ever had to experience death.

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  53. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone! But every last one of them are phenomenal!!!

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  54. Love the whole series, can't pick just one!

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    1. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone I love the development of the characters and the shocking wonder of what comes next.

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  55. No one believes me when I say this but I have yet to have read the books (ok I did read the first. Then everyone started spoiling everything so reading wasn't as much fun) I would love to read them though and even just recently went to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Orlando.

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  56. I love all the harry potter books but I think the goblet of fire would be my favorite book because it has so much more in it than the movie does.

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  57. Sorcerers stone because I fell in love with the books

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  58. The first book was my all-time favorite, though I loved them all, but it was best because it created my attachment to the story and the characters! :)

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  59. The Goblet of Fire but all of them were great, its hard to pick one.

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  60. My favorite is the Half-Blood Prince - it is darker than the previous books and and a main character dies

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  61. My favorite book is Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone ... I read this book on computer and unfortunately It's the only book I've read of Harry Potter series :'( But my favorite movie is Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix :)

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  62. Goblet of Fire. Get to read more about the wizarding world.

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  63. First or Goblet of fire, i like the other schools and how they differ from hogwarts

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  64. I love all the books!

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  65. they're allllll my favorite :) If I had to choose one, I would say the deathly hallows, it was the most intriguing to read!

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  66. I can't decide! Wouldn't be the last one. But other than that I couldn't decide.
    cwar1864@yahoo.com
    Sam

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  67. My favorite is Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. Professor Snape is my favorite character in the entire series and I really loved getting to see who he was as a kid. He's so fascinating to me for some reason.

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  68. My favorite is Half-Blood Prince. Some many layers in that story.

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  69. I enjoyed the entire series as a whole - I have favorite parts in books, but not a favorite book.

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  70. harry potter and the order of phoenix. is my favorite because there is so much going on.

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  71. Goblet of fire is the best. The end.

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  72. The Deathly Hallows because it was just so incredible, it wrapped up everything perfectly.

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  73. I love them all. My top favorite is the first one: The Sorcerers Stone.

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  74. Number 4 is by far my favorite. I was just having a discussion with a friend if it was time to have my son start reading them.

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  75. Goblet Of Fire is my favorite. I feel like Cedric dying at the end really started to put things in perspective for Harry, on just what it was he had to face.

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  76. I have not read the books, but everyone tells me they are awesome so I would like to

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  77. I would say the first book because it was so magical and fun to be introduced and enveloped in the Harry Potter world that it made you thirst for more.

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  78. The first book, The Sorcerers Stone because that is what sucked me in!

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  79. My favorite is also Sorcerer's Stone ... not because it was the best, but because of the memories reading it aloud to my kids.

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  80. The half blood Prince because the story line was the best of the books.

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  81. This set is GORGEOUS! I would love to win!

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  82. Harry Potter and the Sorceror's Stone

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  83. It's so hard to pick just one book as my favorite. The entire series was brilliant and a joy to read.

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  84. I like the Prisoner of Azkaban. I feel like Harry finally got the sense of family he'd been longing for. Sure he had friends and their support but at the end he not only found his godfather he found "family" with Lupus as well.

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  85. The Prisoner of Azkaban is my favorite! I love the time travel!

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  86. The first book is my favorite because I always love the beginning when you are introduced into a new world and start bonding with the characters.

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  87. I'd have to go with Sorcerer's Stone, because it was the beginning of all the magic.

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  88. The third and the last ones are my favourites. I love the characters involved and what we get to know about them in both and the stories were my favourites. They're also my favourite movies to watch. Sometimes when I don't have time to go on a marathon I just watch both of them.

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  89. The Sorcerer's Stone by default, being the only one I've read. I'd love to read the rest of them though ;)
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  90. My daughter's favorite Harry Potter book is the last one because after all 6 books, she finally learned the ending.

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  91. Harry Potter and the sorcerers stone. The later books were a bit darker.

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  92. I liked the first book best! It was so exciting in the beginning.

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  93. The first one because it started everything.
    Nikki F.

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    Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone because of the development of the characters. I was full of wonder and shock with the turning of the pages!

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  95. That's a hard one because I love them all but I Think I love the first one best because that's what got me started on it to begin with

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  96. i liked them all and the films equally, they are all as exciting as the first

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  97. I liked the first one because it introduced all of the characters and the setting.

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  98. I was a Harry Potter snob when they first came out. My son talked me into reading them and I fell in love. With. Every. One!

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  99. Probably the Deathly Hallows because that's when we everything comes to a head.

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  100. The first book, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, this is the one I read aloud to my children and the one that got us all hooked.

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  101. My favorite Harry Potter book is The Prisoner of Azkaban. This book is the one where they introduce my favorite character, Sirius Black

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  102. Chamber of Secrets- because of the Chamber of Secrets, Oliver Wood, Ginny/Harry, & Fawkes the phoenix.

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  103. My favorite book is the Order of the Phoenix. Students start to fully realize everything harry has gone through.

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  104. I liked the chamber of secrets because I love how it tackled the issue of prejudice.

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  105. How could I choose?! I guess The Prisioner of Azkaban because Harry finds family, sort of.

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  106. ✯★✯Goblet of Fire✯★✯ ~Because its the first time you see Voldemort in his full form, we waited 4 books to see him, and Rowling did not disappoint! ✌

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  107. The Deathly Hallows was my favorite. Brings everything together and great ending to the series.

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  108. the one who shall not be named returnes!! Goblet of Fire for sure....

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  109. The first one was the most interesting to me.

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  110. Goblet of fire was the first one I read and loved it. Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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  111. Order of the Phoenix is my favorite. Harry has been at Hogwarts for a few years and he's really coming into his own. Voldemort is back and his such a great antagonist and it shows in this book.

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  112. I read them sooo long ago and liked them all... But I really liked the one with the whole time-travel thing. The third one maybe?

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  113. My favorite is the first -- it's got a whimsical tone that's missing in some of the later books, once they start to take themselves seriously.

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  114. My favorite is the Half Blood Prince because you see so much background into what makes Harry.... well, Harry; his family, and Snape and his role in everything also is intriguing.

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  115. Deathly Hollows was my favorite. Even though it was sad at parts, it was very interesting to see how the characters were not all how we thought they were.

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  116. the first book because after reading it I was hooked onto the world of hogwarts and I loved the goblet of fire because it showed the courage of harry and the beginning of the wizard war

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  117. Can I just say 'all of them'? ;)

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  118. To me, the first is the best! But the whole series is wonderful!

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  119. i love the series and thought they just got better and better. I did like Goblet of fire b/c it brought in new and different characters with the tri-wizard tournament.

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  120. The first one! It was the book that got me back into reading.Before that,Last book I read was to kill a mocking bird in high school

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  121. The Sorcerer's Stone, because it started it all!

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  122. I love the Sorcerer's Stone.

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