I have been an ardent fan of Harry Potter book series, but realizing lately that I cannot read them again. The fantasy is undoubtedly wonderful. I can go back to Tom Sawyer unlike Harry Potter. This makes me think that when books are written with self experiences, the unmentioned overlooked human feelings are penned without caring if they will be honored or identified justly by the readers, and they in fact turn out to be everyone’s unsaid agony, they beat the best of fantasy. A book has to be one’s horcrux; a part of your soul should reside there. Then the writer becomes immortal.