Tag: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

Rainbow Book Tag

Rainbow Book Tag

Posted September 7, 2017 in Tags // 11 Comments

Hello my lovelies! I’ve been sitting on the Rainbow Book Tag for a while and I decided it was time to bring it out and do it!  It’s hard not to want to do and love pretty things! I’ve snagged this tag from Reviews by Leevee, who is lovely and if you haven’t seen her blog already, you ought to check it out!  It looks like the creator of this tag is Terri @ Le Book Chronicles. Rules: It must be the dominant colour of the cover not the spine! If you do not own a book of a certain […]

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5 Minor Characters that Steal the Show – #Top5Tuesday

5 Minor Characters that Steal the Show – #Top5Tuesday

Posted August 29, 2017 in Memes // 9 Comments

While a lot of love in the bookish community goes to MCs and mortal enemies, the minor characters don’t get enough love. These are some of my favorite characters.  They make the books shine, and honestly?  Some of them FLAT OUT steal the show.  These underappreciated, underloved, small character are what this week’s Top 5 Tuesday is all about!  Shanah @ The Bionic Bookworm hosts this super fun weekly feature.  This week, she encouraged everyone to pick ten characters, but I’m going to stick with five, because I’m a REBEL. There are much spoilers here, guys. I’m serious.  If you see a […]

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J. K. Rowling

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J. K. Rowling

Posted July 13, 2011 in Reviews // 2 Comments

  What is there to say about a book which speaks for itself? Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is a very different adventure than the rest of the books in the series – as it should be. Times have changed, and so has Harry. It is important for the reader to know that going into the book. This is not just an adventure through a mysterious hidden chamber beneath the halls of Hogwarts – this book bears several heavy themes. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is not exclusively a children’s book – it is more. Rowling doesn’t disappoint. […]

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