Thursday, November 11, 2010
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (audio) by J.K. Rowling
I like the unfolding of the Horcrux storyline through the memories and the background on Voldemort. It shows how went from a little psychopath to a very big psychopath and how his own orphaned state lead him down a such a different path than Harry's. It's amazing how much of the little things from the past books start coming together here to continue on through Deathly Hallows.
I've never been a big shipper type person, but I love the Harry and Ginny and Ron and Hermione couples. There is a whole lot of Harry and Ginny, of course, and Ron and Hermione slowly get it together but they are so funny in doing so.
Hogwarts: Harry Potter
Labels: audio books, childrens, Harry Potter, magic, orphans, reviews, young adult
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Which actions in the hospital wing? There are so many different times he's there that I'm not sure which one you're referring to.ReplyDelete
Silly question: What's "big shipper" mean?ReplyDelete
@Amanda - After Dumbledore's death when they are dissecting what happened and going on about how horrible Snape is.ReplyDelete
@Juju - Shipper = people who support a certain relationship (i.e. Harry and Ginny)
I love this book! Even though Deathly Hallows is my all-time favorite. But I, too, really enjoy the relationships aspect of this book.ReplyDelete