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Whenever I meet a fellow Harry Potter fan, I immediately ask them what their favorite book in the series is. “I cant’ choose—I love them all!” is not an acceptable answer. You see, your favorite Harry Potter book says a lot about who you are as a person, and I don’t wan’t to go messing around with any Prisoner of Azkaban stans, you know? I kid, I kid! It’s the Deathly Hallows lovers that you really have to watch out for.

Read on to learn what your favorite Harry Potter book says about you.

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone
You’re a kid at heart. You love getting mail, and you love surprises. The world is a magical place for you—you want to try everything and go everywhere and meet everyone. You’re a natural athlete; when you try a new sport, you take to it instantly. You believe that rules are meant to be followed, except when they need to be broken. You couldn’t care less about the world of celebrity.

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
You’ve kept a diary for as long as you can remember. As a kid, you had no problem sassing adults. You’re a total romantic, but unfortunately, you’re pretty unlucky in love. Things will turn around for you eventually, so don’t sweat it—you just have to grow up a bit first. You are very comfortable around creatures that other people would find repulsive, with one exception: spiders. There is an unspoken rule in your friend group that no one should ever use a public bathroom unaccompanied.

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
You have a big thing for animals. Like, you love animals. You’re the type of person who would slam on the brakes and cause a three-car pileup to avoid hitting a squirrel. If you could have one superpower, you’d want to be able to turn back time. You’ve come to realize that people are not always who they appear to be. As a result, it takes a long time for anyone to earn your trust. Regardless, your heart is big. You’d rather die than back down from a cause you believe in. You enjoy watching documentaries about prison reform.

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
You love to learn about the way of life in far-off countries. You speak two languages, and you’re determined to learn more. You’re very competitive, and you’re a die-hard sports fan. You try to fly under the radar, but craziness seems to follow you wherever you go. You’re a straight-shooter, so nothing frustrates you more than people who doubt you’re telling the truth. You are very suspicious of the media.

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
You were once the subject of some nasty, widespread rumors, so now you refuse to feed into gossip. You love being a part of team, and you’ve always had a very strong moral compass. You were an angst-ridden teenager. Racism both baffles and infuriates you, and you regularly donate your time to civil rights causes. Nothing frustrates you more than someone who would rather stick their head in the sand than face their problems head on.

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
You never grew out of doing pinky promises. You are the person your friends come to for advice, which is something you’re proud of, but sometimes you really need a break. It’s not easy solving relationship problems for a bunch of people who seem hell-bent on sabotaging their own happiness, you know? Speaking of relationships, you’d like to be in one yourself, but you can’t right now. You have important things to accomplish first. You have a fear of open water and dark spaces. The death of your grandfather profoundly affected you.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
You’ve always been fascinated by the macabre. As a kid, you liked to pick up rocks and examine the creepy crawlies underneath. You believe that the universe is a strange place, and that some things are better left unexplained. You are brave and independent as all hell. You like to live on the edge; you love traveling to places that other people would never consider going to. Your rebellious nature has gotten you into some pretty sticky situations, but you’re resourceful and intelligent, so you’re always able to land on your feet. You’ve seen some shit in your life, but you’re focused on getting that happy ending.