This was recommended to me by two therapists, and I finally read it! Here’s my review.
It was actually a last minute decision for this to be the book that I take a look at. This review was also delayed due to poor health, for which I apologise.
A little while ago, I decided to revisit one of the book series that defined my, uh, everything: The Harry Potter series, by J.K. Rowling. In seven blog posts, I will look at the seven books in turn, and then perhaps take a look at some of the properties that accompany those seven books.
So, let’s get started with the first book in the series, shall we?
Hey guys! A week ago it was my One Year Blogaversary. Yep! It’s Me, Lizzie! has been around for a year now. Due to some unfortunate health stuff, today is the first day that I’ve been able to celebrate, but I really do want to celebrate. So let’s do it!
Let’s face it: We all know that Dumbledore knew a hell of a lot more than he let on, and he knew plenty of it from day one. He could have saved Harry a lot of time if he’d just been honest about some of it. Continue reading
Every fan of the Harry Potter books has gone through the pain of witnessing the movies butcher the story—and the characters. One of the characters most harshly treated by the movies is Harry’s best friend, Ron Weasley, who is so thrashed that fans have no choice but to draw a great chasm of a line between book!Ron and movie!Ron.
However, there’s some good that can be taken from this. Writers and readers can learn something from the way that the movies chose to treat Ron. So, that in mind, let’s take a look at 3 Problems With Movie Ron Weasley.
I love superhero stories. The superhero story is kind of timeless. This one … this one is sadly less so.