In September 2011 Versha Sharma, speaking of her Harry Potter Love Affair, explained how much she loves Harry Potter. Within one week from the launch of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (that is, 12 years ago) she had bought and finished all the first four books of the series. Immediately after, she joined all sorts of online fansites, spending “countless nights” to read fan fiction. That, until September 2011 when, she writes:Like millions of other fans suffering from post-Potter depression, I'm sad it's over -- sad we have no new material (except [Pottermore](http://www.
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