I hate to think that Harry Potter series would come to an end. Anyway, there is nothing in this world that does not meet its end, though.
Harry PotterI hate to think that Harry Potter series would come to an end. Anyway, there is nothing in this world that does not meet its end, though.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was well written, with its meaty plot, revelations falling like bombs, and every chapter that is full of magic-very rare for a book. Spellbinding, indeed!
The demise of some of the most-loved characters didn't erupt a stro9ng hatred for the author, for those deaths were essential and spicy. The Horcruxes and the Deathly Hallows, the tale of the three brothers were magical tales I would love to hear every night before I sleep.
This is what I love J.K. Rowling, she uses retrospection and is very keen and accurate in her references with the past. The connection between past and present were terribly a good point crafted very well, smoothly. The Prince's tale was a big, unexpected shocking revelation and I hate myself for despising Snape. Some might find underrate the Epilogue, but how would you end an epic saga? J.K. Rowling had just made it simple, because that's how Harry Potter is all about, simple yet magical....more
Though, I expect this book to be thicker than its predecessors, I tasted contentment after I read and reread it.
The plot remains compelling, the charaThough, I expect this book to be thicker than its predecessors, I tasted contentment after I read and reread it.
The plot remains compelling, the characters are still, and seeemed to be, breathing, and the magic is astounding. I have read a lot of reviews, positive or otherwise. However, whether they slap diatribes about Rowling's writing skills or they praise her like god doesn't seem to affect me in the slightest. I will still declare this book to be a must-have, A1, favorite and the bestest of the best.
Though Voldemort rose again to supremacy, J.K. Rowling introduced him as a figment of the past and I would credit her for that, knowing someone's enemy is the best strategy in order to defeat him. This book takes us back how Dumbledore introduced Tom Riddle, an orphan, in the wizarding world until he became what he is, immortal and wicked.
The death of a very clever person is a moving revelation and the Half-Blood's Prince spotlight is also intriguing. Snape was not really a priority during the previous books. However, though, not at large, his character build-up is a strong portion of the novel. Harry's love affair and leadership also bloomed, with his friend's help and bickering. The readers are entertained with love stories from Ron and Hermione, and Ginny and Harry. The audience are filled with thoughts about what Draco Malfoy has on his sleeves. And our eyes are filled with tears because of the death of one of the most beloved character and the greatest wizard of all time.
I would not let myself underrate such a creation....more
I want to quote from Stephen King, that this book will stand the test of time and that the creation of J.K. Rowling's wit beyond measure will not jutsI want to quote from Stephen King, that this book will stand the test of time and that the creation of J.K. Rowling's wit beyond measure will not juts live for decades but without a doubt, in immortality.
The fourth sequel is darker, scary and thought-provoking. The injustices and blindness of the judicial and political system out of fear, power and greed were very well written and the chaos of commitments, as well as priorities, stunned the readers.
The novel has presented immense insights on moral dilemma, the confusion of knowing what a person is fighting for, and being caught by the past. The struggle to remain on the good side is a battle that Harry and all the characters had suffered so badly that it made us, the readers, think that we feel what they feel, we know what they wanted to think and we have experiences the same things, for once in our life.
Order of the Phoenix is more closer to the heart, more mind challenging but never less humorous, tedious, nasty, crude and meaningless.
All chapters are more than a treat to us, readers, to look forward to when going home at night or when there is no class or work.
The fight between good and evil has been started since the book has been breathing, however, now it's intensity is conquering. And I like it....more
Goblet of Fire is the bestest of best Harry Potter novels. It's bold, full of unexpected twists and turns and the usual Rowling formula- wit and humorGoblet of Fire is the bestest of best Harry Potter novels. It's bold, full of unexpected twists and turns and the usual Rowling formula- wit and humor, plot that is beyond magic, characters that breathe, the amalgamation of darkness and light, the subjects I wished I enrolled, the magical creatures I wished I've seen before and now.
You can't just put it down and it turned out that I was lost in time that I finished reading it 1:30 in the morning, when I thought it was just the setting of the sun. Goblet of Fire is romancing the readers, but not making them fools. You just can't dictate how the story should be because Rowling's version will always be the bestest of best.
The rise of the Dark Arts and Wizards turned out to be one of the outstanding addition to a foolproof plot.
When I've finished reading it, I can't coerce myself to sleep because I want to know what's next and you want to relieve the moments you just have read, as if you were a part of it.
I promised myself to reread it, even if it means to do it 77 times 7. ...more
Reading a J.K. Rowling book is like listening to a classical music-soothing, stress-relieving and stimulating. I actually finished reading the book foReading a J.K. Rowling book is like listening to a classical music-soothing, stress-relieving and stimulating. I actually finished reading the book for two half-days and after such an effortless avocation, I scheduled my third hit to read this record-breaking phenomenon.
The introduction of Sirius Black, Peter Pettigrew and Professor Remus Lupin as the new DADA teacher is a great move by the author. The discovery hidden secrets and vindication of an alleged murderer as well as the idea of a Time Turner, plus the Quidditch combats were all breathtaking and almost realistic. I couldn't help comparing the book with me seeing a 3d movie. At the end of the reading, it's so nice to squeal "Expecto Patronum!".
Anyways, she's consistent with her writing style, pellucid and simply irresistible. You're gonna savor every word on it.
Anyway, watch out for Professor Trelawney and her Divination class. It's somewhat creepy and comical...
J. K. Rowling is back with a bang, more louder and more thrilling. The plot is so foolproof, you wouldn't question her how she managed to come up withJ. K. Rowling is back with a bang, more louder and more thrilling. The plot is so foolproof, you wouldn't question her how she managed to come up with a world, fictitious, and yet it breathes. It has life, more than what we are expecting from a cliched genre.
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets is just another mind-blowing creation beyond magic. The mysteries surrounding Harry Potter and Hogwarts, the wit of Professor Dumbledore, the adventures and challenges facing the teens, the loathin of Snape and the stupidity of faux Lockhart and the more than 300 leaves full of spells and enchantments are just painful to see it end.
J.K. Rowling proves that this novel isn't for children, but for everyone. That, despite imperfections, no one can take away every ounce of magic we have. and that the wizarding world does not exist, for it does, in our hearts....more
Even if you are gonna read this for a thousand times, you'll never learn to be bored, to lose taste and to sleep.
It's like a vice,ALL-TIME FAVORITE...
Even if you are gonna read this for a thousand times, you'll never learn to be bored, to lose taste and to sleep.
It's like a vice, a hard habit to break. J.K. Rowling really stuns me and just puts an enchanting spell that let's me stick with this perfect art without doubt, without hesitation. It leaves me smiling, and at all times, inspired by the thought that there is such a great story like Harry Potter.
I am never going to replace this with anything.
Who would have thought that a hero will spring by the name of Harry Potter? J.K. Rowling wrote a unique and a higher form of hero, that is realistic and has a connection to the real world. Harry is just Harry. The same boy in the streets, not even a sort of a genius or an obedient kid. He is just an ordinary man doing extraordinary deeds. ...more
i rate it a four starred, most likely because the writing was superb and it was very detailed. However, theit is too far from the movie adaptations...
i rate it a four starred, most likely because the writing was superb and it was very detailed. However, there is something in the story that is lacking and that is the excitement...
i love the story because it was not what i thought it could be... it's more of being judgmental, it's more than unconditional love and it is more than human imagination.
Quasimodo breaks the laws of human love. He went beyond where no human had done in history and even in the pages of books. He is a pure and innocent victim and and at the same time, the perfect prototype of the world's recent situation:deaf, credulous and addicted to love....more
I know that it would be hard for me to jump from Artemis The Beginning to this last installment of the series without reading books 2-5. I was so sorrI know that it would be hard for me to jump from Artemis The Beginning to this last installment of the series without reading books 2-5. I was so sorry I could not find a copy of the second novel but glad to have this last copy in the bookstore. As much as I want to remember the characters and creatures, I lost count on them. But, after I read this one, I was not regretting after all that I labored.
It is just so amazing to believe that a ten-year old boy can be one of the best criminals, and, later on, a hero. It was just unreasonable, but possible I think. In this book, Eoin Colfer presented another fast-paced, thrilling, entertaining and fabulous story about Artemis, his family and the creatures of the other world.
Introducing his twins, her mother and father (whom I didn't know came back), the intelligent boy was plagued with the disease that her mother is suffering, believing that his magical healing power has been the reason behind the idiopathy. He sought the assistance of his not-like-ours pals and had discovered that only an extinct specie will provide the treatment of his ailing mother. But, two years ago, this creature was killed by Artemis himself. So, they go back in time and older Artemis tried to stop his younger self in committing the murder.
The story of fighting one's self in the past is a novel idea that Sir Colfer has played well. And the twist in the last chapters have been bombastic. Glad to give this one another good read if I'll find a vacant time!!! ...more
Upon reading the book, I thought of this novel as the insipiration that has breathed Harry Potter. THough I am not sure, there really are similaritiesUpon reading the book, I thought of this novel as the insipiration that has breathed Harry Potter. THough I am not sure, there really are similarities that can only be found on the two books. But, anyway, HP and Lord of the Rings are two unique reads and are possessing different strong points.
The conception of Naruto is the best that I have read. It's flawless like the world of Harry potter, rich with information and very real. I do not havThe conception of Naruto is the best that I have read. It's flawless like the world of Harry potter, rich with information and very real. I do not have any doubt that Masashi Kishimoto is a genius. Naruto's world is at par with the wizarding world! I just couldn't help rereading and rereading it. The characters breathe and I just like it....more