Now many of us, myself included fell into the world of Hogwarts. A world where magic was real and the ability to do the extraordinary was everyday practice.
Harry being the unlikely hero, was thrust so many times in to situations that we as individuals like to fantasize fighting the forces of evil. It was a great way to escape to realities of our day to day.
But as so many politicians in London believed it to be, it was promoting witchcraft, in all its lucrative writings. Oddly enough it was a huge sucess here in the states.
What could have easily continued to become an incredible world of story and mystery; it was alas closed down at the conclusion of the seventh installment.
My recommendation is if you haven't read the books to go and find them all, they are a great read. But with so much going on what troubles many Harry Potter fans is the J. R. Rowling decided now that Dumbledore was in fact gay theoughout the books. Not having a problem with such orientation, I just feel it was an unnecessary addition to place in there, because as anyone can guess, there will be side tossed books about scandals and obscene affairs floating around. It just seems to take a series that was incredible by itself, and adds unneeded controversy to it.