Series: Harry Potter

Turn to Page 394 Tuesday #4

Turn to Page 394 Tuesday #4

Rules: Grab any book with 394 pages Find a sentence, passage or whatever strikes your fancy Post it and share the link here This week’s page 394 comes from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. “Romulus, do you maintain, as you do every time you’ve appeared on our program, that Harry Potter is still alive?” […]

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Turn To Page 394 Tuesday #1

Turn To Page 394 Tuesday #1

Similar to Friday 56, Turn to Page 394 requires turning to page 394 and sharing a sentence, passage or whatever strikes your fancy on that particular page. For my first Turn to Page 394, I find it most fitting to start with Harry Potter. Disappointingly, The Prisoner of Azkaban does not have 394 pages, thus […]

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Reading Beverage & Harry Potter

Reading Beverage & Harry Potter

  Hosted by Ramblings of a Coffee Addict  Question: What is your go-to drink and/or snack while reading? Answer Tea is my go-to reading beverage. It doesn’t matter what the temperature is outside, a hot cup a tea and a good book go perfectly together all year round.  As for snacking, well…guilty as charged.  It […]

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Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

June 14, 2011 Whitney Review 0 Comments

As I saw Sarah Palin in Dolores Umbridge in The Order of the Phoenix I’ve found Barack Obama as Harry Potter in The Half-Blood Prince.  Let’s start with the basics shall we?  Both Harry and Barack have been dubbed “The Chosen One” at one time or another bringing hope and the thought of change to […]

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Book Review: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Book Review: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

May 23, 2011 Whitney Review 1 Comment

J.K. Rowling continues to draw toward two major themes, love and prejudice.  Love, through Harry with those surrounding him with a strong desire to protect him.  His mother giving her life to save him, Dumbledore through the stupidity of blind love consistently finds excuses to avoid telling him the true reason Voldemort attacked thirteen years […]

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