Harry, a History
Publish date: November 4th 2008
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Adult Publishing Group
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
I admit it, I was a Harry Potter late bloomer. I've told the story before, so suffice it to say that it wasn't until after the 5th book was out that I became a Harry Potter fan. I immediately fell in love with the books and the world... but I missed almost all of the "Harry Potter phenomenon" as it ...
Uh, it was quite about herself, wasn't it? I don't know, I had a bit of an issue with her attitude, and the way she seemed to use it as a chance to be pessimistic and attack certain people or events she'd had issue with herself.It was a good way to re-visit the early days of being a HP fan though, o...
I have wanted to read this book for a long time. Harry Potter was my life for about ten years, and the characters became my family. While the books were being published, all the other Potter devotees felt like family too. How many hours-days-months did I spend obsessing over every little detail J.K....
This book perfectly captures everything that is the craziness of the Harry Potter fandom. It made me remember again why I love the books so much. I'm also completely willing to admit that I almost cried at the end when they were talking about when Deathly Hallows was released, but I'm kind of a sap ...
Made me fall in love all over again.
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