Harry Potter Series Box Set Harry Potter 1 7 MOBI ¶

Over 4000 pages of Harry Potter and his world including all 7 booksAll seven eBooks in the multi award winning internationally bestselling Harry Potter series available as one download with stunning cover art by Olly Moss Enjoy the stories that have captured the imagination of millions worldwide


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    I had removed this review which violates Article 2 of the Terms of UseYou agree not to post User Content that i may create a risk of harm loss physical or mental injury emotional distress death disability disfigurement or physical or mental illness to you to any other person or to any animalLooking at the comment thread it is abundantly clear that the review not only may but indeed has caused emotional distress to several Potter fans I would like to offer my apologies to these unfortunate people who had every right to expect better service from Goodreads But despite the above I have decided on mature consideration that I will attempt an experiment I am reinstating the original review hiding the dangerous and inflammatory content inside a spoiler tag If you are a person easily offended by negative comments about Harry Potter and still decide to click it then you have only yourself to blame You have been warnedview spoilerI got into an argument the other day with an articulate 17 year old Harry Potter fan let's call him D who wanted to know why I was being so nasty in my review of Deathly Hallows What was wrong with it? I offered various structural criticisms the ending is abrupt and unconvincing the subplot with the Horcruxes has not been adequately foreshadowed in the earlier volumes and the book as a whole is overlong and boring D expressed surprise that I could call Deathly Hallows boring when I'd given five stars to Madame Bovary and Animal Farm both of which he considered far duller The discussion continued for some time In the end I said I would write a review summarising my objections to the series as a whole Here it isAs I said to D it's not the books or the author The early Potter books are cute and entertaining and JK Rowling seems like a nice person if someone's going to scoop the literary Powerball jackpot why not her? What I very strongly object to is the way the books have been marketed About 10 years ago it seems to me some clever people figured out a new marketing strategy which they first applied to Potter when that came to an end the same methods were used for Twilight Both series have enjoyed a level of success which is utterly disproportionate to their quality and which is also unprecedented in literary history Twilight clearly follows Potter I've had several discussions about what preceded Potter and the answer everyone seems to agree is that there was no earlier success story of this kind Before Potter there was no YA series of dubious merit that absolutely everyone read I think it's uncontroversial that Potter in terms of literary quality is better than Twilight but Twilight has been even successful At one point the four volumes occupied the top four spots in the New York Times bestseller list On Goodreads nearly half of the top 50 reviews are of Twilight books This is an absurd and unnatural state of affairs Even though Twilight may not be quite as bad as is sometimes made out I'm one of many people who have tried to defend it there's no way it deserves this level of attentionSo why is everyone reading it and why before that was everyone reading Potter? As I said I think it's primarily about the marketing though I wish I was sure about the details Here at any rate are some thoughts First the publishers are aggressively using economies of scale and deals with third parties They print very large numbers of copies and they work together with movie studios game companies and merchandisers to cross promote them I think it's particularly important that a large proportion of the books are sold not at bookstores but at normal supermarkets It's well known that the cover price is usually marked down to the point where the supermarket is not in fact making any profit they have discovered that they can successfully treat it as a loss leader This is causing great pain to independent bookstores Some of them I have read have adopted the desperate expedient of buying copies at supermarkets and then reselling them Second let's look at the content and style Even though Potter and Twilight are fairly different in some ways they also have many strong similarities Above all they are extremely easy to read at every level The vocabulary is unchallenging the sentences are short and simple most characters are one dimensional stereotypes the story is uncomplicatedly plot driven there are few references to other works of literature You can read these books if you're tired if you're sleepy if you have poor reading skills if you've never read anything else They consequently have a very large potential audienceThird they describe a comforting emasculated world in which most of the things that make our own world so difficult and unpleasant have been removed Most strikingly there is no sex in Harry Potter which is supposed to be about fairly normal teens no one masturbates no girls get pregnant none of them are labelled sluts because they've had sex with than one boy sometimes one is enough for that matter no one gets their heart broken and drops out of school or starts taking drugs as a result no one is stuck in a dead end relationship that they wish they could escape from but can't The worst thing that happens in either series is the sequence in New Moon where Edward temporarily leaves Bella Meyer notoriously doesn't describe Bella's feelings at all but just leaves several pages blank Once in fact not so long ago most adults would have been embarrassed to be seen reading YA literature of this kind to start with the comforting word YA hadn't been invented yet and they would have been reading children's books Somehow there's been a shift in standards You look around you on a bus to see what people are reading and you can be pretty sure you'll see at least a couple of people over 20 engrossed in Potter or Twilight It's odd that this has happened and I wish I understood whyIn conclusion I couldn't help being struck by the two books D chose to contrast against Potter D Madame Bovary is going to outlast both of these authors because Emma is a real person who experiences the crazy and contradictory emotions that real people experience when they are very unhappy and as a result she behaves in a crazy and contradictory way also Flaubert unlike Rowling and Meyer took a great deal of trouble over his prose and created some of the most beautiful and ironic passages in world literature There aren't many books I'd call masterpieces but this is one of them And finally Animal Farm is indeed an allegory of the Russian Revolution More importantly though it's about how smart unscrupulous people manipulate trusting weak people Tens of millions of people are reading Potter and Twilight not because the books are well written or interesting but because the readers have been manipulated into buying them by the Napoleons and Squealers of this world That's what I'm objecting to Think about it for a moment hide spoiler