After a viral tweet pointed out “you could reasonably be both a wizard and a demigod without missing any classes,” I just HAD to sort the characters of “Percy Jackson and the Olympians”.
Author: McKay S.
Although “Northanger Abbey” was published nearly 200 years before the first “Harry Potter” book, it’s hard not to imagine which of the Hogwarts Houses Catherine, the Thorpes, and the Tilneys would be Sorted into.
“Sense and Sensibility” may be the home of the most “Potter” alumni out of any other Jane Austen story. It’s hard not to imagine, therefore, which of the Hogwarts Houses the Dashwood sisters and their beaux would be Sorted into.
Although “Pride and Prejudice” was published nearly 200 years before “Harry Potter”, it’s hard not to imagine which of the Hogwarts Houses the Bennet sisters and their beaux would be Sorted into.
Although she is just a supporting character in the “Harry Potter” series, I think that Petunia Dursley (née Evans) is one of the most complex characters. Petunia Dursley built a very high wall, and unlike platform nine and three-quarters, this one couldn’t be penetrated.
Fleur Delacour was constantly underestimated in the “Harry Potter” series. Sure, one of her most significant moments occurred after Fenrir attacked Bill, but she showed me long beforehand that she was strong and courageous.
Audiobooks may not be for everyone, but anyone who listens to the “Harry Potter” audiobooks is welcome in our fandom.