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I am an avid book,

I have been an avid reader since early childhood.
 I always loved and looked forward to visiting the public and school libraries.
My night table always has three or four books stacked on it.

 I´m just fascinated about reading, the words and how can they mean certain feelings or expressions without duplicity of meanings
There's always something profound and magical about a good book.

Reading opened up new experiences for me, i can travel to different cultures,
different times without leaving the comfort of my chair.
I meet all sorts of interesting characters, get caught up in hilarious or
Dangerous situations and every day gain a different perspective of how people view the world.
 In my opinion there is nothing better than a good book.

I like all kinds of books, very classic like Books of 19th Century like Guy de Maupassant, Baudelaire, 18th century like Voltaire 20 th century like Camus or fantastique like Harry Potter,

I read the book for the first time at the tender age of 12. (1998, it was the first French edition of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, 3 years before the adaptation to the cinema)  It was love at first chapter.

All writers know that a fantasy world is difficult to create from scratch because it requires an especially unfettered imagination.
Such a world, however, has no boundaries and is not confined to the physical limitations of the real world.
In other words, the writer can pretty much do whatever he or she wants.

So Please sapre me the fact Harry Potter is only a children's book.

The story, although aimed at children at the beginning, had very adult themes.

Death, especially the loss of a parent or child, was virtually unheard of in children's fiction but Rowling changed that when she bravely tackled the subject with refreshing honesty.

Maybe volume 1 is  a children's book. Volume 7 is very, very far.

The books in their entirety focus on one rather conspicuous theme; love for family, and most importantly, for a mother.

What makes these books so wonderful is the second message they spread; to do right even in the face of adversity.

I speak here of literature.
The films are, for me, well below the books. Like most film adaptations of literary success.

Those who have seen the movies without having read the books probably did not understand HP,
50% of the history is deleted in movies (it's normal, otherwise you end up with a movie that lasts 6 hours)

As told j.w. eagan ''Never judge a book by its movie''

Fashion has been very Harry Potter this year,

British brand Burberry was inspired by the four Hogwarts house, and many many owls



The famous round glasses made ​​popular due to Harry Potter (and may also be Johnny Depp)

And not forgetting Louis Vuitton which was inspired by Hogwart's Express.

I really disliked this eccentric collections, nearly unwearable on the runway.
 I can’t believe no one’s called him out on that sh**t yet, with the nutty hats and bizarre sunglasses.

Louis Vuitton

Strangely, it's make me think the style of the Grandmother of Neville Longbottom, Hahahaha


Rochas Fall 2012 was inspired by the Professor Trelawney, LOL


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