Wednesday, 13 July 2011

Harry Potter Book Giveaway


Entries were drawn randomly out of a hat and the winning entry is Anonymous - Goblet of Fire.

Please would the entrant email me with their address so I can get your copy posted to you.

Thank you to all who entered, and I'm sorry if you didn't win. I'll be having another give away soon!

So as some of you may have gathered, it all ends on Friday...
And to celebrate I'm in the mood to do a Harry Potter book give away.

All you need to do is comment below and tell me which of the books is your favourite and why. I'll draw at random and the winner gets a copy of their favourite Harry Potter book.

This give away is open to the UK and the USA.

You have until the clock strikes midnight on Friday and millions all over the UK ring in Friday 15th by watching the final film.

As always it's good if you're a follower of my blog but not essential - the winner will be picked at random.

Good luck!


  1. My favorite book in the series is the Prisoners of Azkaban. I love when Hermione uses the time turner to go back in time. Hermione is my favorite character and this has her mostley in it. I love the simple adventure of it. Anyway I could ramble on and on lol. I would love to win. =]

  2. I really enjoyed The Half-Blood Prince. The story really started to turn for me there. I liked the way the characters were still growing and the whole Dumbledore story line was really interesting. Of course, I cried when he died, but that's expected. My favorite part of the book must be the struggle with Draco. He wasn't just another bully; he was having real emotions and real problems that he didn't want to face, and real fear. I felt as if he didn't want to become what he felt he had to and it made him a better character (though I love Tom Felton's portrayal in the films). I also loved the little bit with Fred and George; they're two of my favorites and it made me laugh.

    But then the Deathly Hallows is perfect. The whole story was so captivating: the bits that made Dumbledore seem more human than just a noble old man; the stories, not only of Dumbledore, but of the Deathly Hallows; the characters (Ron and Hermione, finally!); the chase for the horcruxes and all the action. The DEATHS made me cry. Fred's death really struck me. I teared up for Dobby and Snape, too. I also liked how Snape finally got to show his side of things. Everything just came together and it was a very bitter-sweet end.

    I do suppose, though, that the other books (such as Order of the Phoenix and Prisoner of Azkaban are also on my list).

  3. My favorite book in the series is half blood prince because I love how you really start to see the danger leaking into Hogwarts and its really the beginning of the war.

  4. Hi Rosy - my favourite book is The Goblet of Fire - mermaids, dragons and Voldy - what more could one ask for?!

  5. My favorite is The Chamber of Secrets, which introduces a lot of the deeper themes of the series.

    urchiken at gmail dot com