It always made me mad how Ron didn't even consier Hermione to be his partner at the Yule ball, and when she said she already had a partner, Ron was like "lol no way in hell" and when they found out Krum was really her partner he got mad at her and ruined her evening. :/ Like wow first you treat her like that and then you get mad when she has fun with someone else...
Hermione kind of inspired me when I was a child and while growing up: I have always seen her as the girl I wanted to be. But then suddenly and out of nowhere she fell madly in love with a guy who despised her and more than just 'often' made her life miserable (insted of the guy who saved her life on their first year and, from what I reamember, always been by her side. Is that even possible?).
Anyways, that 'love' made her humiliate herself and changed her to such a point that I just couldn't bring myself to feel the same way about her.
I was getting dissapointed with the way J. K. Rowling was leading the story. Then 'disappointed' became furious after the whole 'Lavender Brown' thing, and despite the fact that I read all seven books, the Hermione I keep on my mind is the one from books one to five (and,in the darkest places of my mind, I still picture Harry and Hermione together having cute bushy-haired babies).
How could she create such a great character only to ruin her during the later books? I certainly would be much happier if she died being who she was rather then becoming what she became.
Hermione kind of inspired me when I was a child and while growing up. I always pictured her as the person I wanted to be, but then suddenly she fell madly and deeply in love with a guy who despised her and made her life miserable (instead of the guy who supported her and saved her life on their first year - is that even possible?) to the point she lost her own personality.
I can't describe how much I was dissapointed with the way J. K. Rowling was leading the story. I still don't accept it, and in the dark places of my mind I still picture Harry and Hermione together having cute bushy-haired babies.