of books), and when I found out I started cheering (for like 15 seconds because I started reading immediately). The book has a few pictures, it has a really nice 'Contents' page and the book has five parts. The story itself, in my opinion, was kind of slow at the beginning. It was just the main character explaining what happened to him and his group that he was with. Then the story begins to pick up pace at the third chapter (which is the beginning of part 2). This is where we meet more of the main characters and this is where the story begins to see some originality and uniqueness. The MC becomes more developed and he becomes torn between to families: the one in America and the one he left behind in Japan.
I don't believe there was any cursing and there was no inappropriate scenes. All in all I give this book a four and half stars.
WARNING! THERE WILL BE SPOILERS IN THIS POST, SO IF YOU HAVE NOT FINISHED EITHER READING THE BOOKS OR WATCHING THE MOVIES, I SUGGEST YOU DO SO BEFORE YOU READ THIS POST.
Yes everyone. It's true. There will (finally) be an eighth book to the Harry Potter series. I am so happy. Although, it's a bit different than what I was expecting. Before we get the actual book, there's going to be a play. A PLAY. That is NOT what I was expecting. AT ALL. (I bet there won't even be tickets by the time I have the chance to look for them...) Why did she choose to make it a play, I am not sure, but it is definitely different. And I'm not sure if it's an actual book or just the script of the play. (I so hope it's a book.)
The Eighth Story. Nineteen Years Later.
Oh, and the story picks right back up where the epilogue from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows ended. I think this story, just from the little summary, is worth reading (or watching). I'm looking forward to it.
But this isn't all the Harry Potter news I had:
J.K. Rowling Announces American Wizarding School?
J.K. Rowling is the star of surprises and hidden secrets! The reason? Do you remember in Harry Potter the Goblet of Fire, when Hogwarts wasn't the only wizarding school? Well, apparently, there are actually eleven (can you believe that many!) wizarding schools. I'll list them for you:
Currently, there are seven wizarding schools that are known, but eleven of them exist. Where could the others be???
Alrighty! That's pretty much all the Harry Potter news I have for today (well, other than that the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them movie is going to be put into three movies, but other than that.....)! Tell, what did you find the most interesting or exciting? Tell us in the comments!
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