If I were grown up for a day
I have gone on many pleasure trips with my family. I enjoyed them. But my idea of a perfect trip is a trip gone alone. But since I am only a young boy, such a venture is not permissible.
If I were grown up for one day I would certainly take that opportunity to go on a trip all by myself. My destination will be the Sinharaja Forest. When I am on my own I can take
decisions the way I want. I will carry no luggage. Once in the forest I will not hurry but walk about leisurely, seeing and absorbing the beauty of nature. When I am hungry I will feed on wild fruits and drink from the streams.
I will carry in my trouser pocket a few mango seeds which I will plant in a suitable place; my contribution to Sinharaja.
What I don't like about Harry Potter
There is really nothing to hate in Harry Potter from my point of view, being the big Harry Potter fan that I am.
But, as it is required to analyse and see the minus points in this great work of art, how few they might be, I shall oblige.
First and foremost, I would like to say that since it is asked to look upon the dislikes of Harry Potter and nothing in particular, I will begin with movies.
The movies being a great source of joy to fans as they shed a whole new light on their imaginations, were fine at the beginning. But starting from the fourth movie, little disappointments began to occur.
For example, at the Quiddich World Cup,
viewers were eagerly awaiting a good game, to discover that it didn't exist.
Also in the fifth movie, the scenes went from scene to scene with no relation that someone who hadn't read the book won't comprehend. As for the character Harry, his temper is rather dangerous and his rather annoying disregard for the rules can be a little misleading for little kids.
Overall, the tale of Harry Potter is woven skillfully and without much fault.