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Mugglenet.com's Harry Potter Should Have Died: Controversial Views from the #1 Fan Site by [Spartz, Emerson, Schoen, Ben]
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Mugglenet.com's Harry Potter Should Have Died: Controversial Views from the #1 Fan Site Kindle Edition

3.7 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews

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About the Author

Emerson Spartz founded the MuggleNet website in 1999 as a homeschooled twelve-year-old. He is a third-year student at the University of Notre Dame. Ben Schoen was webmaster at mugglenet.com during high school and is now a freshman at the University of Notre Dame. They are both from Indiana.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 749 KB
  • Print Length: 210 pages
  • Publisher: Ulysses Press (1 May 2009)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003ODHO7W
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #435,545 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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If you are a massive fan of the series, such as myself, this book is a goldmine. Post Deathly Hallows, it explores questions such as "did Harry really die?" and "should he have died?". It comes from the creater of Mugglenet (Emerson Spartz) and has two sided arguements, eventually reachiing a verdict at the end. The ideas are fantastic, and although I disagreed with some of their points, it's always good to get other opinions and views on the series. It's very intelligent and very funny - my particular favourite chapter was "the cheesiest movie moment", and I would recommend the read.
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This book is definitely fantastic in making comments that we all obviously thought whilst reading the books and watching the movies, and the debates are brilliant and very realistic in thinking in an audience's POV.
It was however a one time read and there was no way i would ever read it again. it was entertaining like a magazine article that i flicked through but wasnt really worth buying for myself.
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This is an interesting book, I love mugglenet and read and re-read the previous book by Emerson Spartz & co. I received this book yesterday and finished reading it before I went to bed. It is a fun read in parts and a few of the subjects are thought provoking but others are just plain silly, I appreciate the humour but found it unnecessary. I was expecting something similar to the previous book 'What will happen in Harry Potter 7?' Without any predictions of course! I just preferred that style. This one has much too much use of the word 'cool' and I found it a little too simplistic, I expected more in depth discussions and couldn't help but be disappointed. I think I will have a look at some of the Harry Potter Essay books instead. I don't think I will need to read it again which says it all for me. I am a massive Potter fan but this just didn't quite do it for me.
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So this book is well worth a read. But it annoyed me quite a lot. Any die-hard Potterhead can see many flaws in Mugglenet's arguments, and many points they've deliberately missed out for their own benefit. The arguments are not presented fairly. That said, about half of the book is excellent and interesting and gives you other fan's input. But mostly it just annoyed me.
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Some of this is good, such as the debate as to whether Harry really died or not in DH. At other times it is nonsense, such as who would be the better mother, Skeeter or Umbridge. Also, it seems to present its subjective opinion as fact, only recognising it as personal opinion in the "what is the best/worst books" debate.

Worth a read, but no way is this worth the fiver I paid for it. For 2 quid I'd have been happy.
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Some of the debates were okay, but then there was 'would you rather kiss voldemort or a dementer?' Like, seriously, that was a genuine question. Overall alright I suppose, but I'd rather read the actual books.
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A great book that got me thinking about questions I had never considered. It also gave me a few fresh viewpoints on questions I had previously considered. All in all, a book for any Potter fan who has sat and pondered some of the finer points if the Potter plot.
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This book is really well written and funny. It is a great read for just about anyone who've read the Harry Potter books, whether you've read the books a million times or just once, Emmerson Spartz and Ben Shoen are sure to represent thoughts and arguments you haven't thought of.
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