Country: Hmm...depends what time of year you ask. I guess in essentials I'm from Greece but I've lived half my life in England and I've spoken english since I've been talking in greek...
Reason for being on Mugglenet: Well, if you're reading this to find out the answer maybe you should go on on another site *grins* but I started by reading fanfictions and then started writing my own. A lot of my own...
Favourite Books: Can anyone say Harry Potter? Out of those (brilliant, great, spectacular, incredible) books, my favourites would have to be Prisoner of Azkaban and Deathly Hallows. Other than HP, The Host By Stephenie Meyer (another example of he mediocre writing style but more enjoyable than Twilight - though it dragged on a bit!), Wicked Lovely By Melissa Marr, Atonement By Ian McEwan, Pride and Prejudice By Jane Austen, Emma By Jane Austen, The Artemis Fowl Series Ny Eoin Colfer, His Dark Materials (Northerns Lights, Subtle Knife, Amber Spyglass) By Philip Pullman, The Sally Lockhart Series By Philip Pullman, The Gemma Doyle Trilogy (A Great and Terrible Beauty, Rebel Angels, The Sweet Far Thing) By Libba Bray, The Alex Rider Books ByAnthony Horowitz,The Bartimaeus Trilogy By Jonathan Stroud...I think this list could go on for a while...I'll continue when I've had a look through my rather large collection...I recommend every one of them. If you'd like a detailed review of each one I'm sure you'd be reading for a while. By all means, don't hesitate to ask! You may have noticed a certain fondness for trilogies, series, sagas...What can I say? I have a difficulty believing a hero's story finishes in only one book...(One of the reasons I love Harry Potter - there's seven of them!)
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