Friday, September 02, 2005

The Half-Blood Prince got finished...



I've finished the Half-Blood Prince...

Not in sense of killing someone, rather, I'm talking about J.K Rowling's latest "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince"...

I enjoyed reading this piece of Magical fantasy set in the wonderful world of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft & Wizardry. The book had its own chills and thrills that were much more meaningful and acceptable than the previous versions.

Although, I still consider the fourth installment as the best, still, "The Half-Blood Prince" was almost of the same calibre.

The characters including that of Harry's and his friends' have become more mature as they talk about "strange feelings" for those who they love, but, cannot confess or accept.

One of the main character of the whole series dies out in this part; yes, another one who's very close to Harry.

The last three to four chapters are the most dramatic that shape the ultimate end of the story and make you look forward to the last part much more eagerly...

One big happening: Harry falls for Ginny Weasley...

I'm not going to reveal any more of the story, which, you would have to find out by reading it yourself. However, for all the Harry Potter fans, who think that the "Order of the Phoenix" was no good and who still haven't read "The Half-Blood Prince", I would assure that this one is surely going to make you love Harry Potter much more.

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Punk Dervish said...

Oh God,one can't escape harrry potter anywhere

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