I saw this tag on Danielle's blog Underland to Wonderland and I just had to do it because of my love for Harry Potter~ (♥ω♥*)
1. What is your favourite book?
The Goblet of Fire is my favorite book, with the Prisoner of Azkaban a really really close second. I enjoyed the tasks of the Triwizard tournament and solving the clues to the challenges (and the death of Cedric too....(/ω＼)). I enjoyed the story of Buckbeak in the Prison of Azkaban, and the introduction of Sirius and seeing into the lives of the marauders in the Prison of Azkaban (｡’▽’｡)♡
2. What is your favourite film?
The Deathly Hallows Part 2 is my favourite film; evident by the fact I kept going back to the cinema to watch it over and over again. The battle scene was beautiful, and epic and it was very special to me personally because it was a close to something that I have loved all my childhood and still love now.
3. What is your least favourite book?
I'd have to say the Order of the Phoenix. It was just boring to me, and really long when it didn’t need to be. I hated Umbridge with a passion! The only part I really really liked about the book was in the Department of Mysteries.
4. What is your least favourite film?
I really enjoyed the films so I can't really say that there is a film I dislike. There’s parts of the films I find a little boring; especially in the Deathly Hallows Part 1 in the forest and the search for the horcruxes （。-＿-。）
5. Parts of the books/ films that make you cry.
Many of the deaths made me cry; Sirius, Fred, Remus, Dobby and Snape ・゜・(ノД`). Snape’s death in the film made me feel shocked before I started crying. I wasn’t really moved by Dumbledore’s death. He was a really good character, so full of wisdow and quirky sayings, but I didn’t feel close to him. I also got upset at the part where Hermione erased her parents memories; that touched me so much.
6. If you could hook up with any character, who would it be?
Haha, when I was younger and reading the books and watching the films my crush was Draco but I’ve grown out of that now. I still have a soft spot for him though and grown up Neville. Instead I read fanfiction and read about the characters I think would go well together as a couple.
7. Who is your favourite character?
I have a soft spot for Draco over most of the characters; I just think he’s misunderstood and under so much pressure to make his parents proud and follow in his father's footsteps. I also love Sirius! He’s such a loving father figure to Harry.
8. Who is your least favourite character?
Lavender Brown, Dolores Umbridge and Pansy Parkinson; I can’t stand any of them! ( ≧Д≦)
9. What is your least favourite line?
I can’t think of a least favourite line; I tend to remember the lines I like more than the lines I didn’t like.
10. What would your patronus be?
I think my patronus would be a cat! A lovely fluffy snowy cat (=^･^=) That or possibly an adorable little pig since my favourite animal is a pig ( ´(00)`)
11. If you could have the Ressurection Stone, Invisibility Cloak or Elder Wand, which would it be?
The invisibility cloak definetly. I’d raise so much hell with it and play practical jokes on people (｡◝‿◜｡)
12. Which house would you be in?
I was sorted into Hufflepuff when I started on Pottermore. I think it kind of makes sense; I’m not brave enough to be in Gryffindor, not cunning enough to be in Slytherin (even though it’s my favourite house!) and I possibly could be in Ravenclaw because I like learning but the sorting hat chose Hufflepuff.
13. If you could meet any member of the cast, who would it be?
I’d love to meet Tom Felton, Helena Bonham Carter, Gary Oldman and Matthew Lewis.
14. If you were on the quidditch team, which position would you play?
I think I’d be the keeper out of all the positions. I haven’t got an incredibly keen eye so I’d be useless as a seeker. I’ve got literally no strength so I wouldn’t be a good choice for a beater, and as a chaser I’d probably run out of energy pretty quickly.
15. Were you happy with the ending?
Yeah, I was happy with the ending. I don’t really think it could be written any other way. The deaths were necessary (even if Snape and Fred’s death was so upsetting). The epilogue was a nice end to the story. A lot of people didn’t like the 19 years later part, but I think it was necessary to close the story and give us peace instead of wondering what happened after the final battle.
16. How much does Harry Potter mean to you?
Harry Potter was literally my childhood; I remember preordering the books on the first day I could and then counting down the days until I was able to get the book and then reading that book in a day and then constantly re-reading it. When the films came out I would make sure I could go and see them on the first day and then sometimes go back again to the cinema to watch them again. Even now I still read fanfiction on an almost daily basis and I also have a full Slytherin uniform so it’s still a big part of my life even now. I’m going to the studio tour next week too!
I tag anyone that loves Harry Potter~ ♡