I'm also finding it interesting how throughout the book the message is that Harry is not his father. (I also keep getting a Star Wars flash that Voldmort will all of the sudden tell Harry he is his father....but that is my mind playing tricks on me)QUOTE]
SAME HERE!!!!! hahahahahaha I think that would be great lol
Anyway back to the book...
Can't say I liked it. Harry's bitterness annoyed me out of my mind. I wanted to slap him. I realize that yeah hes a teenager and yeah VM is trying to kill him and all that jazz.. but... I don't know I couldn't stand his attitude.. especially towards Ron and Hermione!!! They are his best friends and he can't put on a happy face.
Fred and George... I LOVE those guys!!! I love how clever they are with all of their inventions and I love their close relationship with Ron.
Ginny... She is a great character
Draco... I think she needs to do something with him in the next book. HE was practically nonexistant in this book and as you said, one dimentional.
Quidditch I hated how they kicked them off the team and I hated the replacements Ron and Ginny. Horrible I hated it\
Sirius I'm glad he died. Never liked him.. especially after Snapes memories of him/ his father. I think it's horrible how he could risk his life just to see Harry. Oh well
oh I can't think of anything else right now and I'd rather not sit here thinking for another hour..
But I think its really funny how much the writing style has changed over the years. ReRead the first one.. It was written for a little kid. Then when you get to book five, my gosh! Very mature in plot line etc.
Okay I'm done