The answer to that question depends a lot on your personal opinion of Harry Potter’s creator.
But one of the most popular and best-selling authors in the world has been named the best of all time.
That’s according to Newsweek magazine, which recently named the author of the Harry Potter series Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone the best, as voted by a panel of fans and experts.
The poll was conducted online and asked fans to rank the five most influential Harry Potter books, which include the seventh book in the series, The Deathly Hallows Part II.
Potter fans were asked to choose between Rowling’s books, the third book in Harry Potter novels, The Casual Vacancy and The Casual Sun.
The latter two books were the most acclaimed, earning a total of 1,091 votes, while The Casual Night received the most votes of any book on the list.
Potters third book, The Chamber of Secrets, received a total 1,051 votes.
The second book in that series, Cursed Child, received 1,014 votes.
A total of 4,828 people voted, including 5,972 in the U.S., 3,824 in Canada, 1,719 in Australia, 851 in Germany, 1 the U-K-A, 1 in Israel and 3 from South Africa.
Newsweek said the final vote tally would be tallied in the coming days.
A number of other books in the Harry Potters series, such as the seventh installment of the series and The Death of Harry, received multiple votes.
Potts most popular books in total, according to the poll, were The Casual Death of the Ancient House of Potter, Cursed Day of the Boy Who Lived, The Half-Blood Prince, The Philosopher’s Stone and The Goblet of Fire.
Rowling’s most popular book, Harry Potter & the Cursed Child won the poll for best author of all-time.
“It’s no surprise that Rowling is the most-loved author in the franchise,” said Newsweek editor-in-chief, David D. Gershman.
“She is an incredibly smart writer who has created a brilliant world, and her books are a classic in their own right.
She’s also a remarkable artist who has made her mark with stunning illustrations, a brilliant voice and a great sense of humor.”
In total, Rowling earned 1,929 votes.
She received the honor for the third time, this time as a part of Newsweek’s annual Best of the Year list.
The list was published in October last year, and included a winner for each book.