“You do care,” said Dumbledore. He had not flinched or made a single move to stop Harry demolishing his office. His expression was calm, almost detached. “You care so much you feel as though you will bleed to death with the pain of it.”
Series: Harry Potter
Book #5: The Order of the Phoenix
Author: JK Rowling
Genre: YA, fantasy, magic, drama
And we have arrived at our 5th Year at Hogwarts School of Magic and Wizardry. 🦉
Hello, dearies! I hope your day, night, midnight or early morning is going well and you are staying healthy and safe.
For this one, I cannot be certain how it will go since it was one of my favourites, the book and the movie, even though there’re tons of differences, I love to rewatch The Order of The Phoenix.
Let us begin at once. No time like the present. 📽️📘
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“All the old kids’ stories are supposed to be Beedle’s, aren’t they? The Fountain of Fair Fortune… Babbitty Rabbitty and her Cackling Stump…”
Hello, dearies! How’s December so far?
Mine is cold. ⛄
I’ll jump right in because this one is going to be short, have you ever read The Tales of Beedle the Bard?
They’re not a necessity within the wizarding world, and you can read the whole Harry Potter saga without them, but it’s nice to know those side stories that Ron told us about in book 7, spoiler? If you read and watched the movies, you know when they are mentioned.
It was nice reading these, they are short stories, and they make you go a little deeper into the magical world that we wish we were part of, though, of course, the main story that you want to read there is the Tale of the Three Brothers since on The Deathly Hallows you will want to know what three things you need to master death.
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“Understanding is the first step to acceptance, and only with acceptance can there be recovery.”
This is going to be interesting, I’ll try to keep the movie and the book separated.
Author: JK Rowling
Genre: Fantasy, YA, Adventure, Magic
Book 4 in the Harry Potter Saga
“Because I want to fix that in my memory for ever. Draco Malfoy, the amazing bouncing ferret…”Ron
Hello, dearies! 🙂
Hope is shiny where you are or not really cold as it gets here.
This one was the natural next step because we already have a review (sort of) about The Philosopher’s Stone, The Chamber of Secrets and The Prisoner of Azkaban, so The Goblet of Fire deserves its spot, however, if this were about the movies, it would not get more than a few lines because the fourth movie didn’t live up to all the expectations it should have.
When we first read The Goblet of Fire, it was that we’re-growing-up book, yes, PoA too, but this more so because Harry found a love interest, the first crush, and we met Cedric full-on, and that was the opening to the other houses, especially because now there would be a tournament with other magic schools.
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HP and the Prisoner of Azkaban. The one where everything started to make sense to me, and it got my attention to the point of moving me forward with the books, the story, everything about it.
Author: JK Rowling
Genre: Fantasy, YA, Adventure, Classics
Book 3 in the Harry Potter Saga
“I solemnly swear that I am up to no good.”
The one where everything started to make sense to me, and it got my attention to the point of moving me forward with the books, the story, everything about it. Mostly, thankful to Alfonso Cuarón for making it such a fun experience and making me watch the movie endless times, at this point in my life, I have lost count of how many times I have watched it. I had it on a VHS tape (suddenly felt old), anyway, I had it and re-watched it on my own many times, it made my teenage days better.
But, as always, this is about the book, not the movie. It goes without saying, that there are Spoilers for those that have not watched the movies, read the books, or watched the movies and didn’t read the books, or vice versa, you’ve been warned. 📖👈
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Author: Jack Thorne
Story by: J.K. Rowling, John Tiffany and Jack Thorne
This is not going to be easy. Stories from the past might blend in. Tales of old might be thrown in here. If you read it, you surely loved it, if you saw the play, you surely loved every part of it.
I cannot believe I did not write about this one before, my lack of Harry Potter reviews in the blog is by no means something you should worry about, nor something that should make you think that I do not love the books and movies because I do but the Wizarding World is simply to wide and amazing, and across all my networks, Pinterest specially, you can tell just how much it is that I love it after all this time. Let us begin.
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