What Your Favorite Harry Potter Book Says About You
If you’re reading this website, you’re a Harry Potter fan. You know every detail of every book and every line of every movie. But are you more of a Chamber of Secrets fan... or do you find yourself drawn more toward The Goblet of Fire. And what on earth does that mean about who you are as a person!?
Relax! We're going to tell you.
Book One: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
If you’re a fan of the first book, you can most likely be described as happy, innocent, and fun loving. You’re not preoccupied with the later conflicts and tribulations of the series. Instead, you’re content enjoying the simple fantasy of a kid becoming a wizard. Some people may think that this makes you childish, but once you finally master that Tarantallegra spell that you’ve been working on, then we’ll see who looks silly!
Book Two: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
You like to indulge yourself in a good mystery such as: What is in the Chamber of Secrets? Who is Tom Riddle? And did Ginny not die because gingers don’t have souls?
Book Three: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Preferring this book could mean that you are a forgiving individual who is willing to overlook somebody’s reputation and give them a second shot at redemption. It could also mean that you have a thing for convicts, which may not bode so well for your future romantic life.
Book Four: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
If you consider this book your favorite, you can consider yourself competitive. VERY competitive. The most competitive. More competitive than all the other competitive competitors who like to compete. You’re so competitive that if there was a competition to see who was the most competitive competitor, you’d win first, second, AND third place. BRING IT ON!
Book Five: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
People who like this book understand and appreciate the value of teamwork. They are loyal to their friends and expect the same loyalty in return. Yet, there is also a righteously rebellious side to them that is not afraid to defy authority in order to protect what is right. Unfortunately, thanks to this book, fans will now forever associate tea-drinking cat-loving plump British women with corporal punishment.
Book Six: Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
Evil thoughts. Dark magic. Splitting souls. Little hope. Lots of death. Betrayal and cold blooded MURDER! If this is your favorite book of the series, you may want to seek some professional help…
Book Seven: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
Favoring this book could mean that you firmly believe in good triumphing over evil. It could mean that you have a climactic personality and embrace the excitement in your life. Or it could mean that you’re a fan of resolution, which is convenient because this post is over right…. Wait for it… Almost there… Now.
Which book are you?