samra wrote:No. The Harry Potter series >>>>>
Harry Potter was central to my childhood and I doubt anything could ever replace it. The world of Harry Potter is so well thought out and so detailed that it all sounds so plausible. I'm sure many kids feel slightly disappointed when they don't receive an offer to go to Hogwarts on their 11th birthday.
The characters are so emotive and the story itself is so interconnected and intricately woven and uugh I could just go on.
I agree completely. I was obsessed with those books. I read them out in a little under two weeks and I stayed up until seven in the morning finishing up The Deathly Hallows
because I just couldn't fall asleep not knowing how the story ended. I love the books more than anything else in this world. The story was so well-written that I truly felt like a part of Hogwarts and I connected with all of the characters. Even though Hermione was and shall always be my fave, I think Snape, objectively, is the best character.
I'm excited to read The Hunger Games
and will do so as soon the guy who borrowed it from the library returns it but since HP everything I've read seems second-rate.