This was not written by me. It was written by the twilightsucks.com community. I would try to learn from it except that I fail at Health terms:
Copy and Pasted from the Twilightsucks.com community: Wikipedia says:
Quote: In literature, a plot is all the events in a story particularly rendered towards the achievement of some particular artistic or emotional effect. In other words, it's what mostly happened in the story or novel or what the story's general theme is based on, such as the mood, characters, setting, and conflicts occurring in a story.
Legitimate Reasons (I hope :x) Harry Potter 1. The plot is intricate and detailed, covering easily more than forty-three years (from the time Voldemort rose to power, to the epilogue in DH) and seven books with hardly any questions left unturned. The subplots, which may seem mild and unimportant in book one, actually end up being important later on (case #1: Harry learning to fly becomes important later in book one).
2. The characters are deep and complex – there's a lot more to them than meets the eye and JK makes sure that we know it (case #2: Severus being an ass to Harry). She had every...