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Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Book Review

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Book Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

J.K. Rowling is about to release book 6 in the Harry Potter series - Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. Get the book review right here!

Title: Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince
Author: J.K. Rowling
Ages: 10+
Rating: 5

J.K. Rowling's series of Harry Potter stories have grabbed millions of readers all over the world and now the wait for her sixth book is over with Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. It's packed full of Harry Potter goodness and really spills the beans about Voldemort's history. Check out our review!

Back to Hogwarts with Harry, Hermione and Ron

Harry and his friends are 16 now and this year at Hogwarts is a big one for them. There are Apparition classes, the wizardly equivalent of a driver's licence! Plus, everybody's hormones start flaring, Ron gets his first kiss and there's an explosion of dating drama that could keep Dear Dish-It busy for years!

Magic and Mystery

All the action at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, is amazing. J.K. Rowling does an excellent job with this new story. She mixes action and romance with a dose of mystery and a side order of excitement. What's really incredible though is how much Harry grows up and how well he handles his responsibilities. It's also incredible to find out about Voldemort's history and the secrets of his power.

Dark Arts and Dastardly Deeds at Hogwarts

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince is full of nasty folks doing evil things. Draco Malfoy is back and there are Death Eaters around every corner - but there's nothing in this book that isn't fun to read. Even when someone dies, it's way better than what happened to poor Sirius Black.

The Bottom Line

O for outstanding! Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince is one of the best Harry Potter books so far and will keep you glued to the pages until you're done. It has one heck of an ending too! If you've read it, what do you think of the ending?

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FireWolfRain
Hmmm. I like it! Better from  the last one. :) The rhymes are nice, too. 
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shae508
"LAZY778" wrote:I like that one. Hmmm how about one about a wolf perspective! :) The Hunt Running and running Wind flies through fur Runny snout Catching the sent of prey Fresh... And of so scared Trying to run And escape Around and under The trees and logs No escape My brothers and sisters We surround it It chitter and chatters in fear I leap Make the fatal bite Blood fills my snout and mouth Another victory And another night of dinner For me and my family 
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shae508
"FireWolfRain" wrote:I got a different one. If you have time and if you don't feel too stressed out or sick. Write a SEQUEL to one of my poems about a girl gnawing on a stick until it reaches her fingers. Be creative. :) Gnawing Away by FireWolfRainBrittle stick shoved in my mouthFreshly doused in mudWho cares? They shout, as they reappear in my nightmaresNervous, shaky, definitively hasty. Teeth going down, jaws like yummy pastry.No taste, not exactly wakey. Chew, chew, chew. Not a beaver they say. Each piece flying everywhere, some down my throat, I'm the local goat. Eat everything, all the way through. Horribly torn, part by part. Not the employee from Wal-mart? ( Alex from Target? ) Gnawing forever, to the bone. Realized now that I'm at the end. And that the stick is actually my own. Raw skin scaring away friends. ( Sorry about the gross image at the lastpart. ) (Hmm okay..) A Bit too Much Guess I went a bit far Bit off more then I can chew Didn't really mean too If they weren't so loud So MEAN I wrap my fingers in gauze Is it my fault? All my nerves  In the end I went too far Trying to do so much Just to fall Now I'm stressed A freaking mess Bloody fingers Stressed mind All mine In the end It was just a bit,,, Much (Eh..this is kinda alright. I tried. I never like my endings...I hope you like it!)
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FireWolfRain
I got a different one. If you have time  and if you don't feel too stressed out  or sick.  Write a SEQUEL to one of my poems  about a girl gnawing on a stick until  it reaches her fingers. Be creative. :)  Gnawing Away by FireWolfRain Brittle stick shoved in my mouth Freshly doused in mud Who cares?  They shout, as they reappear in my nightmares Nervous, shaky, definitively hasty.  Teeth going down, jaws like yummy pastry. No taste, not exactly wakey.  Chew, chew, chew. Not a beaver they say.  Each piece flying everywhere, some down my throat,  I'm the local goat.  Eat everything, all the way through.  Horribly torn, part by part.  Not the employee from Wal-mart? ( Alex from Target? )  Gnawing forever, to the bone.  Realized now that I'm at the end.  And that the stick is actually my own.  Raw skin scaring away friends.  ( Sorry about the gross image at the last part. )
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