LennyeTran wrote:I don't like the books nor the movies. My cousin loves them, though.
Shera wrote:The Half-Blood Prince was great. Though I can't deny it became more sinister. It veered towards the dark side most, if not all, of the time. But hey! I'm not complaining! It made the book more interesting. I had goosebumps all the time I was reading it! I guarantee that once you start reading, you won't put it down unless you're through because you'll want to hang on every word and know the next thing that'll happen.
The book was fantastic and really worth all the awards it got.
Hats off to J.K. Rowling! She made me a Potter Girl through and through...
shazzam1452 wrote: Obviously it would not be suitable for children under the age of 12. What do you think?
LennyeTran wrote:shazzam1452 wrote: Obviously it would not be suitable for children under the age of 12. What do you think?
They can read book 1 to 3, but I don't think they can't read book 4 to 6 since those books are really thick. Each of them is almost a thousand pages, and I'm not saying that kids under age 12 are slow; it's just that it's too much for them to read. It would take them weeks to finish a book. If any of them is patient enough, I think it's suitable then. I would recommend them to read. In fact, I'm gonna buy the whole case to keep them as a collection, for books like them are hard to find, I must say. Her writing style is amazingly easy to understand, vivid descriptions, emotions are complex but good and evil are recognizably shown, responsibility, etc. And one plus thing, I've been having discussions with my cousins about the books for fun .
shazzam1452 wrote: I didn't think you liked Harry Potter Lenny.
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