"If you want to know what a man's like, take a good look at how he treats his inferiors, not his equals." - Sirius Black (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire)
June 27, 1993
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Jada (first name)
Aimee F. (sister)
11" Rosewood, Unicorn Hair core, Swishy
Head of Werewolf Registry
Number one favourite book of the series is The Prisoner of Azkaban, hands-down. This book introduces two of my favourite characters to come, and is the single most important book. Though there is no appearance by Voldemort in this one, it is the one whose events enable him to come back to full reign over the next four books. You also get to see a little more about the Marauders in this book than any of the others. (except, of course, in that epic flashback in Order of the Phoenix in the pensieve) Sirius Black and Remus Lupin, along with Fred and George Weasley are my favourite characters. They both have such a tragically sweet story and they, even as fictional people, tug at my heart.
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