Quidditch Through the Ages
If you have ever asked yourself where the Golden Snitch came from, how the Bludgers came into existence, or why the Wigtown Wanderers have pictures of meat cleavers on their robes, you need Quidditch Through the Ages. This limited edition is a copy of the volume in Hogwarts School Library, where... show more
If you have ever asked yourself where the Golden Snitch came from, how the Bludgers came into existence, or why the Wigtown Wanderers have pictures of meat cleavers on their robes, you need Quidditch Through the Ages. This limited edition is a copy of the volume in Hogwarts School Library, where it is consulted by young Quidditch fans on an almost daily basis.
Publish date: 2009
Pages no: 105
Edition language: English
Series: Harry Potter Companion Books -2 (#2)
Madam Pince, our librarian, tells me that it is “pawed about, dribbled on, and generally maltreated” nearly every day – a high compliment for any book. Dumbledore's introduction set the tone. I liked this one A LOT better than Strange Beasts (caveat: my digital copy didn't have the margin notes...
Quidditch Through the Ages is isn’t exactly fiction in the sense of telling a story: it’s the fictional history of the very old, very traditional, and very popular magical sport on flying broomsticks conjured up for JK Rowling’s famous Harry Potter series. The sport itself consists of 7 wizards and ...
For more reviews, check out my blog Craft-CycleJ.K. Rowling did a very good job of making this book read like an actual history book. Unfortunately, because of this, it is a bit dry at times. It's an interesting book, but it can be a little dull. Each chapter is pretty short though and the book move...
Okay, Hand aufs Herz, ich hab nie den Trubel um Quidditch verstanden, deswegen war ich mir nicht ganz sicher ob ein Buch in dem es ausschließlich um das Spiel geht, wirklich eine gute Idee ist. Aber es ist ein kurzes Buch und es gehört einfach irgendwie dazu, also hab ich es heute in Angriff genomme...
I mean, it's a history book. She does a decent job of capturing the drier tendencies of such a thing, despite it being about a magical (and of course non existent) sport.Re-read Aug 30, 2016