So yes, here I am, Megan Keynes (haha I wish) or as I like to be called, "The Narnian Ravenclaw" going to start another article about my opioin, as I have done countlessly in the "Harry Potter vs Twilight" club. Why am I writing about Harry Potter instead of Narnia since I have constantly said I love both equally? Well in this club, I have noticed, there's seems to be Narnia fans, Harry Potter fans, Fans of both and Harry Potter haters. The hate is really strong. So I'm just going to explain why I love Harry Potter.
The plot: Even the haters have to admit it. Harry Potter has a strong well though-out plot, from sub-plots to the main plot, each page links together magicly. (That is how you spell it, right?) There wasn't a single page in Harry Potter where my heart wasn't hammering, my breath barely able to come out, my head pounding, my brain whirring tring to figure out what would happen next. It clicked together from the first chapter in Philosphers Stone to the last chapter Deathly Hallows. That is a plot for you.
The love: If I asked some of you to give me a best-selling love story right now, about half of you would recommend Twilight. Right? People think Harry Potter has no love, but boy are they wrong! There are many different types of love in Harry Potter. Take family love like Lily sacraficing herself for her son, Harry's love for the Weasleys (Well maybe not Percy) and Hermione and Harry's brother/sister love.
Then there is love with problems, that the lovers need to overcome, like Remus and Tonks. Even though there was the fact he was a werewolf, shunned by most of the Wizarding world, Tonks loved Remus, she longed to be with him even though he was worried for her safety, she wanted him out of love. Take Bill and Fleur. He was also scarred but Fleur, the Goddess of looks didn't care for the fact he wasn't handsome. Although Bill's mother dispiesed her, Fleur held on strongly to her love. And Harry and Ginny are another couple. I know they get a pretty much happy ending together but their kisses were scarce and dangerous from the fact that Voldermort was out to destroy the people closest to Harry to the fact Ron hated their being together. Yet they stuck together even when Harry had to go out hunting horcruxes, Ginny stayed loyal to him.
Also love doesn't go hunky-dorey in Harry Potter. That just shows how realistic it is. Look at Harry and Cho. He saw her ex-boyfriend die, she wanted to talk about his worst nightmare...so they broke up. Just shows. And Ron and Lavender...ugh, do I need to say anymore?
Anyway, I've done quite a long article and I need to go, so that's the article done. For now at least! Hope you enjoyed reading about my love for Harry Potter.