Friday, June 30, 2017

Harry Potter Month

Announcing: the 4th Annual Harry Potter Month 

Harry Potter Month IX

Faith had the brilliant idea to start Harry Potter Month back in July of 2014 and it was amazing ~  The following year, she invited me on to co-host for the second year running, and well. we had an absolute blast!  So obviously we've teamed up again this year to bring you the 4th Annual Harry Potter Month and this year, we're adding new ways to earn points (including a way for those of you taking part in Camp NaNoWriMo and those of you who are bookstagrammers) as well as a whole new readathon element!

So what IS Harry Potter Month?!

Harry Potter Month is a month long celebration of all things Harry Potter!  We hold it in July because it ends with Harry’s birthday ♥ and of course this year it’s also building up to the paperback release of the Harry Potter & The Cursed Child.

Here are the three main ways you join in:

1) Posting Harry Potter related blog posts any time throughout the month

2) Taking part in the Harry Potter Month Readathon

3) Participating in the House Cup – earning points for your House and trying to win the House Cup!

You can do just the blog-posts or just the readathon (both of which also earn you points in the House Cup if you choose to join in!) or you can just take part in the House Cup. There’s no minimum or maximum involvement, just have fun!

What can I post about?

Basically anything so long as it has SOMETHING to do with Harry Potter! For example you could post….

Reviews of the books or films
Comparisons of the books versus the films
Favourites lists: characters, quotes, scenes, pairings
Inspired by Harry Potter: Fashion, make up, nail art, recipes
If you liked Harry Potter you might like…. books, tv shows, films etc
Fanfiction: Ones you’ve enjoyed, written, fanfic challenges you’ve done or would like to do
Discussions: Why you love Potter, which House you’d be in, problems in Potter, what the series         means to you…anything!
Harry Potter crafts: wallpapers, bookmarks, icons, recipes, drink recipes
Harry Potter parties: Game ideas, decor ideas, drinking games

What’s the deal with the House Cup?

You choose your Hogwarts House, and then have fun earning points by completing any of a number of tasks, such as watching one of the films, commenting on other bloggers' posts or making a HP related craft!

Taking part in the house cup is really really simple:

1. Leave a comment below with which House you’d like to be in.
2. Have fun doing any of the tasks below between midnight on 1st July and midnight on 31st July!
3. Visit here or  Faith’s post as often as you like to leave a comment with any points  earned
4. Once a week Faith and I will take turns recapping the points earned, and on the 3rd of August we’ll declare the House Cup Winners
5. Enjoy, and maybe win a prize!

Ways to earn points:


  • Read a Harry Potter fanfiction: 1 point per chapter (let us know which in the comments!)
  • Leave a comment on any post by a HP month participant (but not a HP month post): 1 point
  • Write HP fanfiction: 1 point per 100 words written
  • Take part in one of the Harry Potter Word Crawls: 1 point per 100 words written
  • Leave a comment on any Harry Potter month post: 3 points
  • A HP related instagram pic (tagged #HPMonth): 5 points (1 per day max)
  • Watch a HP documentary: 5 points
  • Watch one of the films: 5 points
  • Read one of the Hogwarts Library books: 10 points
  • Post as part of Harry Potter month: 10 points
  • Take part in HP Moment of the Week: 10 points
  • Make a Harry Potter craft/recipe: 15 points
  • Host a giveaway: 15 points
  • Finish any book as part of the readathon: 20 points
  • Read one of the Harry Potter books: 25 points

** Tasks can be combined (within reason!)

How do I update my points?

Just leave a comment below with your name, house and any points you’ve earned since you last commented.  Something like this works perfectly:
Micheline (Gryffindor)
6 Comments = 12 points
1 Post = 10 points
If you’d rather skip the maths, feel free! Just let us know which tasks you completed and we’ll do our best to add everything up correctly.
Is there a prize?

Yes! For every house point you earn, you’ll get one entry into the prize draw.  You can sign up for the cup until the 24th of July, and you’ve got until midnight BST on the 1st of August to comment with your points for them to count.


Participants


Gryffindor:

Hufflepuff:

Ravenclaw: (92)
Carrie - 72
Lee
Melissa - 20

Slytherin: (177)
Faith - 138
Christina - 39
Ren

Thursday, June 29, 2017

Harry Potter Moment #198

Harry Potter Moment of the Week 
Harry Potter Moment of the Week was created by Leah @ Uncorked Thoughts  and is hosted here @ Lunar Rainbows Reviews. The idea is to share a favorite moment, magical item, character, spell, quote or memory  from the books, films or J.K.Rowling herself!  How to join up &  upcoming topics here.

Happy Thursday everyone! In exactly 1 week I'll be moving into my very first home :D I'll try to pre-schedule my HP Moment post in advance but if ever I'm MIA next week, that will be why! For now, let's focus on our painful Potter topic of the week:

If you could save only ONE character from death, who would it be?



Are.You.KIDDING.Me?!  Just ONE? Ok....Ok. So some death's always seemed inevitable to me (Dumbledore), some added depth and poignancy to a character's life (Snape) Some were just too much to handle BUT they sort of gave symmetry to the entire story arc (Lupin and Tonks, in death, made Teddy an orphan like Harry but gave Harry a kindred spirit and a family before he started working on his own)  I'm not ok with Lupin and Tonks by the way but we're cruelly only saving ONE character so I have to discriminate.

So to me it all boils down to Sirius Black and Fred Weasley.  And I could easily say the both of them and leave it at that. I adored Sirius Black from the moment he revealed his true nature and I've grown to love him more and more through the years. His death seems beyond cruel, especially after how his life was so unfair prior to his death. I just wanted him to be free! Free and ALIVE.



But then Fred's death comes along and obviously tears up the Weasley Family which is just a crime against nature itself. Rowling herself said that George would never be ok with Fred being gone and I literally can NOT handle even thinking about that so in my head Fred is still alive and no one will ever tell me any differently. 



So a part of me wants to save Sirius because he's a favorite character of mine, because he deserves to LIVE and because it would protect Harry from further loss. The other part of me though knows that Harry suffered just as much when Fred died but the rest of the Weasleys suffered too...especially George. So if Harry will suffer no matter what *sobs* I guess I'm going to go against my instincts and say that I would save Fred. I'll tell myself that the Marauders will be together in the afterlife and that they'd like that ♥ and I'll also tell myself that if I can save two people, Sirius WILL be saved!

Anyone else want to sob now? 
Who would you save?



Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Waiting on Wednesday #142

Waiting on Wednesday

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Breaking the Spine in which we spotlight an upcoming book release we're especially looking forward to!

Here's my pick this week:

Tower of Dawn by Sarah J. Maas
Throne of Glass #6
Expected Publication: September 5th 2017 by Bloomsbury

In the next installment of the New York Times bestselling Throne of Glass series, follow Chaol on his sweeping journey to a distant empire.

Chaol Westfall has always defined himself by his unwavering loyalty, his strength, and his position as the Captain of the Guard. But all of that has changed since the glass castle shattered, since his men were slaughtered, since the King of Adarlan spared him from a killing blow, but left his body broken.

His only shot at recovery lies with the legendary healers of the Torre Cesme in Antica—the stronghold of the southern continent's mighty empire. And with war looming over Dorian and Aelin back home, their survival might lie with Chaol and Nesryn convincing its rulers to ally with them.

But what they discover in Antica will change them both—and be more vital to saving Erilea than they could have imagined.
Tower of Dawn is set parallel to Empire of Storms but will follow Chaol Westfall - who was woefully absent from EoS - instead of the usual MC Aelin.  I guess now it makes sense that he was MIA if he's going to get center stage in this one.  I've always adored Chaol even though I've come to accept that who I first shipped him with simply wasn't meant to be.  As Bec of Readers in Wonderland once said: I'm Maas thrash so naturally I'm eager to get into Chaol's POV...especially since this started out as a novella and turned into a full-length book. What the hell happens in Antica?!

What are you waiting on this week?

Sunday, June 25, 2017

Fandom Mashup #114

Fandom Mashups
Fandom Mashups is an original feature here at Lunar Rainbows Reviews.  Every week, I propose a unique fictional scenario and then we build our own personal dream team of five fictional characters from five different fandoms to complete the task!  Anyone is welcome to join up - all I ask is that you link back to me somewhere in your post :)

Happy Sunday all!  I hope you're enjoying the weekend thus far? It's nice and sunny in these parts but we've been so busy packing for the big move (10 days!!!) that I haven't been able to go out and enjoy Summer much.  It'll be worth it though ♥ and they're will be plenty of Summer left once we're moved :)

"Wit beyond measure is man's greatest treasure" Pick 5 characters from other fandoms who you know would be a perfect fit in Ravenclaw

Sherlock Holmes

Sherlock instantly comes to mind when I think of Ravenclaws from other fandoms.  He's the quintessential Ravenclaw, being as intelligent as can be and seeing patterns and clues others would miss.

The 10th Doctor

Out of all the Doctor's regenerations, the 10th is the most Ravenclaw in my opinion.  He's brilliant, he has a clever sense of humor, he loves reading (and Harry Potter) plus he's got the brainy specks ♥

Gandalf

Gandalf could be a Gryffindor yes, but I think he'd fit in nicely with the Ravenclaw bunch.  He saw the signs of Sauron returning before anyone else and he isn't scared of doing a little research 


Sailor Mercury

I always had a soft spot for Sailor Mercury growing up and not just because she likes short hair like me XD Sailor Mercury is the smartest girl in her school and she isn't afraid to show it!

Lisa Simpson

And finally, there couldn't be a character better suited for Ravenclaw than Lisa Simpson.  I think she'd get sorted there before the Sorting Hat even touched her head. Like. A. Boss.

Which characters would YOU sort into Ravenclaw?



Thursday, June 22, 2017

Harry Potter Moment #197

Harry Potter Moment of the Week 
Harry Potter Moment of the Week was created by Leah @ Uncorked Thoughts  and is hosted here @ Lunar Rainbows Reviews. The idea is to share a favorite moment, magical item, character, spell, quote or memory  from the books, films or J.K.Rowling herself!  How to join up &  upcoming topics here.

Hi everyone!  I hope you're all having a great week so far? At least it's Friday tomorrow ;)  But before we get to the weekend, let's talk quotes from the 5th book in the series :

Favorite Quote from Order of the Phoenix? 

^^ This scene perfectly showcases how sassy Harry had gotten but it also is a surprising side to McGonagall and her true inner self. I loved getting to know her better in OotP and watch her go head to head with Umbridge.


And I've always had a soft spot for:

We've all got both light and dark inside us. What matters is the part we choose to act on. That's who we really are.” ♥

What is your favorite quote from Order of the Phoenix? 




Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Fandom Mashup #113

Fandom Mashups
Fandom Mashups is an original feature here at Lunar Rainbows Reviews.  Every week, I propose a unique fictional scenario and then we build our own personal dream team of five fictional characters from five different fandoms to complete the task!  Anyone is welcome to join up - all I ask is that you link back to me somewhere in your post :)

Happy Sunday Wednesday ! Wait...what?  Sorry guys, in the midst of packing, cleaning, running around for our new house this past weekend, I totally flaked on my Fandom Mashup post. I was going to skip this week altogether but then I saw some of your posts and I just had to put mine up...even though  I'm super late!

The Moon is full, bright and it's making you feel dreamy so you've decided to stay up all night and gaze at it.  Which characters do you think would want to enjoy this evening with you? 

Serena/Sailor Moon

Sailor Moon literally comes FROM the Moon and I remember scenes of her gazing up at it longingly. I'd love to stare up at the Moon with her and here all about her life there.


Luna Lovegood

It's right there in her name: Luna. I know it's because she's a bit Moon-y but I can't think of anyone better suited to spend a night with gazing up at the sky ♥


Rhysand

Rhys is the High Lord of the Night Court so he seems ideally suited to admire the Moon with - plus he's pretty dreamy too so there's that XD


Bruce Wayne/Batman

Batman IS the night. He said so himself.  I think the guy spends too much time kicking butt at night and he could do with a relaxing one spent dreaming about the moon and stars.


Katara/Sokka


Katara is a Water Bender and is thus ruled by the Moon. She probably admires the Moon plenty but I don't think she'd mind doing it a little more :) And well...Sokka's girlfriend turned into the Moon so i doubt he'd mind spending more time gazing up at it.

Which fictional characters would you enjoy a Moonlit night with?


Thursday, June 15, 2017

Harry Potter Moment #196

Harry Potter Moment of the Week 
Harry Potter Moment of the Week was created by Leah @ Uncorked Thoughts  and is hosted here @ Lunar Rainbows Reviews. The idea is to share a favorite moment, magical item, character, spell, quote or memory  from the books, films or J.K.Rowling herself!  How to join up &  upcoming topics here.

Hello Potterheads and happy Wizard Thursday!  I hope everyone's week is going brilliantly and that a little magic today is just what the Doctor ordered:

You can have lunch with 3 people involved with the movies, Who are they and why? 


Dude...only 3?! This is going to be a tough one but I'm going to try to make it work without cheating - like always - let's see...


Emma Watson - Bringing Hermione Granger to life was quite the feat but Miss Watson came through with flying colours! I'm not going to pretend that I wasn't a little annoyed when movie-Hermione got some of Harry or Ron's lines/moments instead but that doesn't take anything away from Emma Watson and the amazing woman that she is. I have so much respect and admiration for her as a person it would be a dream come true to meet her!

Richard Harris - MY Dumbledore, through and through.  I adore Richard Harris' take on Albus Dumbledore more than anything, but I've loved that man in every movie I've seen him in from Gladiator to The Count of Monte Cristo and everything in between. R.I.P. Richard Harris.

Gary Oldman - Sirius Black AND Commissioner Gordon? That's 2 of my top 3 fandoms of life so there is no list without this man.  I mean, sure he's been in a million amazing movies besides that but....SIRIUS BLACK AND COMMISSIONER GORDON. That is all ♥

Bonus:

Daniel Radcliffe

Of course I *had* to cheat because I had to include the boy who brought ''The Boy Who Lived'' to life.  He wasn't the Harry Potter I imagined in my head when reading the books but that person doesn't exist irl. Daniel Radcliffe did a phenomenal job bringing Harry Potter from page to film and I have tons of respect for him as an actor and a human being.


Those are my top picks but that list could also include Dame Maggie Smith, Tom Felton, Evanna Lynch, Alan Rickman, David Thewlis and James + Oliver Phelps. See I knew I was going to have to cheat. As usual. 

Which people involved in the films would you like to have lunch with?


Sunday, June 11, 2017

Fandom Mashup #112

Fandom Mashups
Fandom Mashups is an original feature here at Lunar Rainbows Reviews.  Every week, I propose a unique fictional scenario and then we build our own personal dream team of five fictional characters from five different fandoms to complete the task!  Anyone is welcome to join up - all I ask is that you link back to me somewhere in your post :)

Happy Sunday! It's nice and sunny here today (finally) but also.ridiculously hot and humid so I've been trying to stay cool all day - and failing miserably.  I hope you've all enjoyed your day thus far and if not well let's have some fun:


Unlikely duos: Pair up 2 characters from different fandoms that you think would would NOT go well together (this can be romantic or otherwise - think along the lines of The Hulk and Severus Snape LOL)

Harry Potter/Harley Quinn

Harley Quinn would be way to crazy for Harry in the way that Bellatrix Lestrange is crazy.  Harry would want to get rid of her as soon as possible.Likewise, Harley would probably think Harry is too goody goody and I can see her trying her best to drive him to distraction.

The Doctor/Severus Snape

While both of these men are tortured souls, I think that The Doctor would have no time for Snape's sullen and abusive ways. Snape would probably want to snark The Doctor to death for ''trying to be a hero too and snark the hell out of him - luckily The Doctor is well equipped to deal with snack!


Sherlock Holmes/Castiel

As much as I would love to witness these two meet up (#SuperWhoLock ftw!) I think Castiel's mere existence would be an affront to Sherlock's intelligence. He simply could not accept Cas. Castiel would have no time to waste trying to convince Sherlock of what he is so he might just angel zap him


Batman/Bellatrix Lestrange

Speaking of Bellatrix...her madwoman antics would be an automatic take-down notice for Batman. He'd want to take her out of commision a.s.a.p. Bellatrix would do her best to torment Batman since he's so incorruptible and his inflexibility would me her crazy(-er)


The Winchesters/The GAang

These two fight for the same side but The Winchesters bend the rules on a regular basis and they don't shy away from killing and torture when they need to. That sort of stuff would not fly with Avatar Aang who lives by tolerance and mercy. Sparks would fly for sure!

What are your ideas for unlikely fictional duos?



Friday, June 9, 2017

Review: A Court of Wings & Ruin

A Court of Wings and Ruin
by Sarah J. Maas
A Court of Thorns and Roses #3
Published May 2nd 2017 by Bloomsbury

Feyre has returned to the Spring Court, determined to gather information on Tamlin's maneuverings and the invading king threatening to bring Prythian to its knees. But to do so she must play a deadly game of deceit-and one slip may spell doom not only for Feyre, but for her world as well.

As war bears down upon them all, Feyre must decide who to trust amongst the dazzling and lethal High Lords-and hunt for allies in unexpected places.

In this thrilling third book in the #1 New York Times and USA Today bestselling series from Sarah J. Maas, the earth will be painted red as mighty armies grapple for power over the one thing that could destroy them all.
A Court of Wings and Ruin was obviously going to RUIN me...I mean, it's right there in the title. Despite the fact that I have now read 9 books by Sarah J. Maas, this was the first series conclusion from her so honestly, I was a little worried because I didn't know what to expect. Would Maas destroy us? Clearly. Could she close off such a powerful series in a satisfying way? Likely. Was everyone going to die?  Likely.  Would I be rolled up in a ball at the end crying and screaming? Probably. So with all of those things in mind, I started ACoWaR with a mix of excitement/anticipation/anxiety that is now the norm when reading a Maas book and I hoped I'd survive to share my thoughts by the end.  And I did!

So, if I could describe A Court of Wings and Ruin in one word, it would be INTENSE. The stakes were already killer by the end of A Court of Mist and Fury. We knew what Feyre was walking into. We knew that there was a deadly war looming ever closer. We knew that some of our favorite characters had suffered horribly, and were likely to suffer much more by the end. You wouldn't think that things could get any more unbearable but Miss Sarah J. Maas was like: Oh yeah?!  Watch this! And then she proceeds to take things up a notch. And then another. Aaaand then another. Multiplied by a million. I didn't think I'd ever say that a book might be too intense but honestly, there were parts in ACoWaR where I just couldn't deal. It was all too much to bear.  The suspense truly felt like it was killing me.

As usual, beyond the crazy intensity of the plot, characters are where Maas shines, as well as the relationships that these characters build with one another. You end up loving EVERYONE in the heroes corner. You ship EVERYONE with EVERYONE and you WILL go down with ALL of the ships!  I actually ship some of these characters with more than one other character. Yup, I'm that messed up about these ships and I don't even care! #Iregretnothing

Plot-wise, there were plenty of surprises to be had in A Court of Wings and Ruin, plenty of twists that I didn't see coming...and a few that I did see coming but it didn't make them any less satisfying when they went down.  As far as the ending goes well, it was indeed explosive and harrowing but parts of it also fell flatter than I was expecting. I wasn't really underwhelmed but I feel like there was more potential here that ended up being wasted. I also could have done with a few extra chapters at the end - I didn't quite get enough closure for my liking.  I know that Maas is planning more books for the series but that doesn't mean I didn't want the events of this trilogy to have a more concrete conclusion.

The bottom line is that A Court of Wings and Ruin was a solid, explosive, thrilling and satisfying end to the trilogy, but it didn't quite live up to A Court of Mist and Fury for me, which remains my favorite out of the three books in the series. I'm ok with that though because I know we have more books to look forward to and hopefully at that point, the series will culminate into an ending worthier of these characters and their world.

Previously:

A Court of Thorns and Roses
A Court of Mist and Fury

My Rating: 4.5 out of 5 Stars

Thursday, June 8, 2017

Harry Potter Moment #195

Harry Potter Moment of the Week 
Harry Potter Moment of the Week was created by Leah @ Uncorked Thoughts  and is hosted here @ Lunar Rainbows Reviews. The idea is to share a favorite moment, magical item, character, spell, quote or memory  from the books, films or J.K.Rowling herself!  How to join up &  upcoming topics here.

Hi everyone! Well it looks like I got the topics mixed up last week and did this week's topic instead...oops!  To see the post that should have been this week's post click here. Which means that today, I'll be doing what should have been last week's topic...le sigh. Confused? I sure am LOL!

What is your favorite Harry Potter book cover? -Pick one cover from ANY edition. 


I shared this with Lee of Rally the Readers last week (you know, when she posted the right topic and I didn't hahaha) but I thought I'd reshare in my own post as well. So, I was actually gifted the first 5 Harry Potter books by a friend as a ''read these or else'' type scenario over ten years ago and she'd bought the paperback editions with the adult UK covers seen here:


I then proceeded to purchase HBP and finally DH as the same hardcover versions because I fancied myself too 'grown up' for the more popular children's covers, be it the U.K. ones or the U.S. ones that were more popular at the time. The thing is, as the years have passed and my love for the series has kept on growing, I find myself more drawn to the U.S. Children's Editions that any other. I need them like air.  I simply can't justify buying a second edition of books I already own and have made memories with.  I guess I'll just keep hoping a rich benefactor will gift them to me someday soon...or start buying the set one book at a time...

So, out of the U.S. Children's Editions, I kind of have two favorites (shocking right?) which are:


Half Blood Prince is my favorite cover for aesthetic reasons and emotional ones. Firstly, I love the green cover with the purple accents. I love how eerie and ominous it all looks with the glowing lights. I think Dumbledore looks brilliant and powerful just like he should do. Harry looks like a young adult here instead of the kid he started out being which is great too!  Emotionally though, I'd been waiting for Dumbledore to take up a larger role in Harry's magical education since the first book so seeing them together here thrilled me the first time I laid eyes on this cover so that was a big deal to me...and it still is. I'll never get tired of seeing those two together.

Deathly Hallows on the other hand doesn't have colours I'm drawn to as much as HBP does but I think that Harry looks so badass and powerful here, alone, fierce, determined and ready to meet his destiny. When you open it up to see the back cover, seeing creepy book Voldemort is something else too (see below) but honestly, DH is my favorite book of the series, so when I see the cover, I always get an urge to hug the book, so I couldn't leave it out if only for those reasons ♥

Here are these gorgeous covers with the front and back cover art:



What's your favorite cover(s) out of all the HP editions?


Sunday, June 4, 2017

Fandom Mashup #111

Fandom Mashups
Fandom Mashups is an original feature here at Lunar Rainbows Reviews.  Every week, I propose a unique fictional scenario and then we build our own personal dream team of five fictional characters from five different fandoms to complete the task!  Anyone is welcome to join up - all I ask is that you link back to me somewhere in your post :)

Hello all and happy Sunday :)  With the unseasonably cold June we've been having so far, I find myself longing for a nice warm day at the beach!  So with that in mind...


With Summer drawing ever nearer, you fancy a trip at the beach.  Which fictional characters do you think would want to tag along with you?

Aelin

Whenever I think about relaxing of having fun with girls, I think of Aelin. I mean, clearly girlfriend needs to let her hair down...and she deserves to more than anyone. More than that though she seems like a lot of fun!

Avatar Aang

Aang seems like just about the most fun dude to be around, am I right?  He's goofy and sweet and he's got those mad bending skills^^ Imagine the giggles to be had with a day at the beach with an Avatar!


Blue Sargent
*Source

Blue is another girl I instantly think of when I think of characters I'd like to hang out with irl. She's down to earth and very real. I love that in a girlfriend.  Oh and naturally she can bring those Raven Boys around...you know...if she has to ;)

Feyre

Obviously I'd love to see what happens when Aelin and Feyre meet but I also think that those two plus Blue would be the ultimate girlfriend bundle LOL! And between Feyre and Aelin if ever we run into ANY kind of trouble, we'd be safe. (Not that we're expecting trouble on the beach)


The Weasley Twins

If I'm going to cut loose and have a good time, I want Fred AND George there.  I can see them getting a total kick out of Aang and vice versa. Between the three of them, there should be laughs and craziness for days!

Who would you want to spend a day in sun with?

Thursday, June 1, 2017

Harry Potter Moment #194

Harry Potter Moment of the Week 
Harry Potter Moment of the Week was created by Leah @ Uncorked Thoughts  and is hosted here @ Lunar Rainbows Reviews. The idea is to share a favorite moment, magical item, character, spell, quote or memory  from the books, films or J.K.Rowling herself!  How to join up &  upcoming topics here.

Hello Potterheads! Happy Thursday :) I hope you're all in good form today because we're going to talk about a very important topic: sass.  Case in point:

Best moment of pure SASS?


People often underestimate this series as being childish, or they get caught up in DYING OF FEELS and forget our the Harry Potter Series is also full of humor and, especially sass.  There are lots of moments to chose from, especially in the books and especially from book Harry.  Here are a few choice classics:

The ONE time he actually did what he was told^^


When he sassily pointed out the obvious^^


But this next one is the clear winner for me and the sassiest bit of sass to ever sass.  Truly, this will go down in history:

Book Harry is the KING of Sass!


What's your favorite sassy moment in the series?