Re: best harry potter books
I would have to disagree.
He was over-the-top unrealistic emo because he was put into a situation that the common capitalist human would never have experienced.
Have you ever lived your entire life surpressed and repressed? Have you seen the mass murderer of your life ressurect before your eyes then have your fatherly mentor ignore you and the whole world think your an idiot? Have you seen a friend murdered before your face? Have you had your only living relative, a symbol of hope and happiness in your life murdered before your eyes becasue of your own rashness?
I don't think you have. I don't want to assume but i think the majority of people if anyone would have experienced anything remotely close to what Harry experienced. How then can you assume how he should have reacted.
Personally if i went through all that i would slit my wrists sectumsempred crucio'd myself, thankfully Harry Potter is not me. Even if he did slit his wrists sectumsempred crucio'd himself i still wouldn't consider that over-the-top-emo.
I've seen people rage more then Harry when they die in Counter Strike.
I've seen teenagers spas out because there parents didn't let them go out.
I've known girls that have slit there wrists because some guy in school told her she was fat.
Harry Potter was 15 in the Order of the Phoenix. Fif fucking teen. Harry Potter did not overreact. People underreacted, failed to empathise and then proceeded to Blame J.K Rowling for writing a brilliant book that they failed to understand.
I know that statement was abit harsh especially since there are so many that did not like the 5th book, but i seriously fail to understand why anyone can think that Harry over reacted in anyway.