This was another tag that I saw on BookTube – I think possibly first on Jen Campbell’s channel – I am not sure who first came up with the tag, but I thought it was kind of fun, so I thought I would do a blog version of it.
So here goes;
Which is your favourite book?
I would say that Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban is possibly my favourite of the books at the moment. I think it used to be The Goblet of Fire, but I reread that one recently and found it hard to get through for some reason (maybe simply because I have read them all to death…)
Which is your favourite movie?
Hmmm, tricky – I like the films, but I am not completely sold on them. I would say The Order of the Phoenix, but only because there are some bits in it that me and my sister had to rewind and rewatch over and over again because they made us laugh.
Which is your least favourite book?
The Chamber of Secrets. It always has been, but I can’t really tell you why.
Which parts of the books and films made you cry?
I am not a huge crier with books, I guess some of the deaths were tear jerkers, but I can’t actually remember crying when they happened.
If you could hook up with any Harry Potter character, who would it be?
Hermione, because, yes.
Who is your favourite character?
There are so many – I love Mrs Weasley, Hagrid, Hermione, Professor McGonagall, Sirius….. All of them?
What would your patronus be?
Ooh, not sure – maybe something like a rabbit.
Which of the Deathly Hallows would you choose?
The invisibility cloak – dur…
What house would you be in?
Hufflepuff all the way!
If you could meet any member of the Harry Potter cast, who would it be?
Possibly Emma Thompson, Julie Walters and Alan Rickman.
Have you played the video games?
Yes, but a long time ago – on the Game Cube.
If you were on the Quidditch team which position would you play?
I am not sure I would be particularly good on a broom. I played Goal Keeper in school netball, maybe that would help me do OK on a broomstick…
Were you happy with the ending?
I though the epilogue was cheesy to the point of being unreadable, but I was kind of pleased with how it ended overall.
How much does Harry Potter mean to you?
A lot! I will always reread these books – and while I was slightly older than Harry when the first book came out, I do feel like I grew up with the characters and they will always have a special place in my heart. Cheesy? Yes – do I care? No!
Are you a Harry Potter fan?