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Figured this joke might be better for the Tumblr crowd. (P.S. Watch with us!)

Rupert Grint is hanging out with Sirius Black!!

Wait, hold up — that’s Daniel Radcliffe.

Like tons of your fans, I think your books are perfect as-is. They’re perfect not because every word and subplot works, but perfect because when I look back on my reading experience, it’s a flawless, deeply treasured memory. Because of who you are, and your privileged position as the creator of all this, when you start to adjust things — even just by speculation — it changes those memories and facts I thought I knew to be true. I should be able to separate the two, but because in my mind I essentially think of you as Goddess of Magic, I can’t; when you speak, I take it as gospel.

A die-hard Potterite explains why she wishes J.K. Rowling had kept her Harry/Hermione thoughts to herself.

Gilderoy Lockhart isn’t his pseudonym — Gilderoy Lockhart is his name. And I think that that says something about his mother, who was very ambitious for her son, and encouraged him in the belief that he was a remarkable person.

J.K. Rowling herself opens up about one of the Harry Potter universe’s most flamboyant characters in these exclusive audio clips. Yes, clips — plural.

Rowling said in a statement that the play will “explore the previously untold story of Harry’s early years as an orphan and outcast.”

So… we’re talking Oliver!, only with repressed magic?

And the winner is…

fishingboatproceeds:

hermionejg:

elysemarshall:

entertainmentweekly:

Two beloved literary icons enter.

Only one will leave.

Our Best YA Novel finals begin… NOW.

This is the cruelest poll ever.

my loyalties…

I voted for Harry Potter. (It wasn’t even a particularly tough choice for me.)

HP is the most important story for a generation of readers and is one of the central reasons that my career even exists, so it’s a bit silly even to be in the ring with it here at the end.

Of course, the whole idea of a poll of Internet voters deciding the best YA novel of all time is also a little silly. But I am nonetheless very honored to have TFIOS around at the end, and thankful to all those who’ve read and shared it the past 22 months.

But yeah. Harry. Obviously.

Iiiiiiiiiinteresting.

Two beloved literary icons enter.

Only one will leave.

Our Best YA Novel finals begin… NOW.

montrealdreaming:

This is the hardest decision I’ve ever had to make.

Very sorry to put you through this. Still, we need you to make your voices heard. Here’s who’s left:

To Kill a Mockingbird vs. the Harry Potter series

The Perks of Being a Wallflower vs. The Fault in Our Stars

Round 3 begins… now! Still in the game:

The Hobbit vs. The Catcher in the Rye

To Kill a Mockingbird vs. The Outsiders

The Princess Bride vs. Tuck Everlasting

Ender’s Game vs. Harry Potter

The Perks of Being a Wallflower vs. The Inheritance Cycle

The Crank Trilogy vs. The Uglies series

The Book Thief vs. The Hunger Games

The Maze Runner series vs. The Fault in Our Stars

Vote here! Polls close this Wednesday at 1 p.m. ET.

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