It would be hard for you to swallow, that a novel written by a poor female in Edinburgh without being homeless and a single parent, was rejected 12 times and now has sold 500 million+ copies of itself, has been translated into 80 languages and it might probably be lying inside your bookshelf. It is surprising that all the dialogues are still not out of fashion even after being repeated several times in our school. It is nothing less than a god’s gift which has made us think beyond our limits. All credit goes to the author, J.K. Rowling, who did not give up even after facing all hardships and rejections. This book has not only amazed us but has also taught us the art of living. It has taught us to be pre-prepared for any out-of-the-blue situation because you never know that when an imposter of your professor might be around you and may put your name in the Goblet of Fire, do you? And an amazing contradiction is that, in spite of being imaginary, it is completely relatable to real life. And I bet you are lying if you haven’t fought with your best friend as Harry and Ron did. One more thing, we all know that breaking rules is not as cool as it may sound, because you cannot help yourself for being in the wrong place at the wrong time unless you are on a big purpose. Lastly, I would say, I solemnly swear that I am up to no good!