A Tribute to Miss. Hermione Jean Granger September 19, 2017 | Matt Wells Today marks the fictional birth date of Harry Potter’s brainy best friend. Hermione Granger is a huge patron to Harry Potter’s journey throughout the series. She’s … Continue reading A Tribute to Hermione Granger
Hello guys! Recently Roya Eve Reads, a super cool Youtuber, did this video on her channel. Harry Potter Marathon was also going on, so it got me into the mood to talk about Harry Potter. Here i mention five or at least six characters from the Harry Potter universe I think deserve their own films. Enjoy and also let me know which Hogwarts house do you belong in plus other characters you think deserve their own film. Continue reading Other Notable Harry Potter Character’s Who Deserve a Film
This summer, JK Rowling brought us Potterheads back into the wizarding world. When I first heard about Cursed Child I was extremely excited, yet cautious for good reason. Cursed Child is not a book, but a screenplay. Curse Child did not capture the magic of the 7 installments, yet I expected so before reading this. At times it did not even feel like I was, reading Harry Potter. Overall I was glad to finally re-enter the wizarding world and see how Harry Potter and his friends were doing. Basicslly Cursed Child is comparable to a poorly written fan fiction. This has upset a … Continue reading Harry Potter and The Cursed Child
So it has been a while since my last review of the novels from the Harry Potter series. A few months ago I got an idea to review each Harry Potter book after reading them. That seem like such an awesome plan when I first thought of it. A lot of time has passed since my review of Prisonar of Askaban, so I’m exetemely sorry to those who have been waiting patiently. It can take me a couple months to read books with 500 pages or more. It takes me even more time when I’m reading a few other books at the same time. Harry Potter … Continue reading Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Book Review
Last week after, watching Harry Potter Weekend on Freeform I decided to re-read Harry Potter again. It so gave me the feels! It took me only five days to get through Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone, so I decided I will blog about each of the seven books once I finish them[YES!]. It’s amazing to think how much this book changed JK Rowling’s life. There is an entire theme park dedicated to these books! Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone has such a different feel to me compared to the later novels. The first book is so short and more … Continue reading Harry Potter and the Sourcerors Stone Book Review!!!