Review: J.K. Rowling – Harry Potter & The Prisoner of Azkaban

I seemed to remember this book much more than the others, whether it’s because I’ve read it more often or if I’ve just seen the film a lot, but the book felt extremely familiar. The thing I love the most about this book is that it is the first time that Harry feels like he has an actual family (I don’t think the Dursleys count as a normal loving family), and even though Harry’s dreams of living with Sirius are...

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Review: J.K. Rowling – Harry Potter & The Philosopher’s Stone

I’ve been wanting to re-read these books since I went to the Harry Potter museum in July, and my lovely parents bought me the full boxset for Christmas, with the gorgeous new covers. I couldn’t wait to start, but I managed to hold back until I’d finished reading Death Comes to Pemberley. It’s actually been a surprisingly long time since I read the books, I re-read the last 3 when the final book came out, but it’s...

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