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Harry Potter Vs. Twilight Tanong

What would you think if someone else wrote sequels to Harry Potter or Twilight?

I've noticed in iconic books like Pride and Prejudice, fans of the book sometimes write whole books with the same characters. It's like fan-fiction, but actually published.

HP fans: WOuld you read a book sa pamamagitan ng someone else about Harry's kids, or about Harry and the gang's life after Hogwarts?

Twilight fans: Would you read a book not sa pamamagitan ng Stephenie Meyer about Bella and Edward, or Renesmee?
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Harry Potter Vs. Twilight Sagot

lemony44 said:
I would defenatly read them if J.K Rowling authorized them, but I would never enjoy them as much knowing that that was not the official event, that might not have been what really happened. Plus Jo's writnig is too unique to be copied.
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woofbark said:
No, not even if JKR herself wrote it. I pag-ibig HP very much, but to explain why I say this, let me borrow the words f Bill Watterson:
"When you overcommercialize something, eventually, the public gets slightly bored with the series, and, eventually, forgets it altogether."
I couldn't have sinabi it better. HP is a great book, but if we keep making coffee mugs, "wands," and book sequels some people are going to get bored with it.
Twilight haters, recall when you discovered SM was Pagsulat the Twilight books from Edward's POV. One HP tagahanga said: "Why rewrite it? It's terrible already." So, if the sequels were to come out, a HP hater might respond: "Why write more? It's terrible enough already."
Note: Not all fans will act like this, but a few will.
So, altogether, I don't think any madami sequels should be written, for either book, especially if it is sa pamamagitan ng the same author.
Thank you, that will be all.
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*clicks best answer- button* you are right. If there was a new HP book coming out every taon it would become meaningless, just like every other mass-product.
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zanhar1 said:
No, just no. not unless Rowling wrote it.
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Persephone713 said:
Cheap way to get money and fame. So no way. I would even have disrespect for someone trying to rip off Stephanie Meyer. If you create a piece of work its yours. That is mostly why I despise remakes. I go to some, but they 99.9% of the time fail. Same with books it wouldnt feel the same.
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mooimafish17 said:
maybe - if it had good reviews, i wouldn't just buy it though, id ask around
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LoveDraco123 said:
No, I wouldn't. No one can own the Harry Potter world like JKR did... so, no.
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GemonkDruid said:
*shrug* If it's good enough for potato, then it's good enough for me. :D
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MadamOcta13 said:
If an HP tagahanga did it right, then HP fanfiction could actually be pulled off. Honestly, I think anyone could write better than Meyer, just saying...Don't mean to be offensive...
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leepayton said:
if someone else wrote harry potter or twilight it would not be as good...
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lmt96 said:
i would totally read something about twilight sa pamamagitan ng someone else. I totally encourage peoples ideas and not shoot them down because they r not the authors ideas. People have other great ideas and i would pag-ibig to read them.
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bri-marie said:
It depends. The Wizard of Oz series has over forty books and was written sa pamamagitan ng twenty-seven different authors. Those books are amazing and they're, in no way, commercialized. Well, I guess you could make a case for Wicked, but that's beside the point.

If the books were about Harry or the trio, or the new generation, no. Harry has come full bilog and I don't think you can develop his character anymore. The same goes for the Trio. Besides, any plot that is tried is just going to seem like a watered down version of Harry Potter. Even if JK wrote books about Harry and the trio or their kids, I don't think I'd read them.

But if it was a story about the Marauder era, or the founders then it might be really, really cool. A lot of JKs fans came away with different interpretations of her characters than she intended (*cough*Dracoand Severus*cough). Seeing those crucial characters from a tagahanga would be interesting.

Or even do a story about Dumbledore and his life (and what he was doing during those seven books).
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