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A satisfying conclusion to the series but one in which rereading the first two books might be in order. (Unless, you just have a much better memory than I do, in which case dive in and enjoy the conclusion)Continue reading
This is not a revelation but you just forget how much more detail and imagination is involved in reading (or listening) to a book rather than watching a movie (or perhaps a different type of detail and imagination). And in this case, I had forgotten how much was in the books that just wouldn’t fit into the movies.Continue reading
I love the setting and the personality and voice of the main character, Grady, but found the story dragged and held little suspense. But this might be due to “adult” expectations so your mileage may vary.Continue reading
Like so many, a big part of my becoming a devoted reader at a young age was the magical books of fantasy writers like J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis. I jumped from these “classics” to many others (magical worlds like the humorous Xanth and the adventurous Pern). And I still read fantasy; even young adult… Continue reading
I will admit that I got suckered into buying the The Tales of Beedle the Bard by J. K. Rowling.Â I wasn’t all that tempted to buy it at first.Â But then I saw it at the grocery store of all places and heavily discounted.Â I then rationalized that I should have it with the… Continue reading