Review

All Was Well: Our Thoughts on Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

This is it. The final chapter. Michelle and I have finally finished our Harry Potter read-through with the seventh and final installment of the series, and what a journey it was. With heavy hearts, we discuss Harry Potter one last time this summer:

This Blog is the Property of the Half-Blood Prince: Or Our Thoughts on Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

Now that we've finished Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Michelle and I are rather emotionally exhausted. Are we ready for the Deathly Hallows? I guess we are bound to find out, but for now our thoughts on the Prince...

The CHB Potter Podcast

Constant Vigilance and Jiggery Pokery! The CHB Potter Podcast is live! Join Victoria and Michelle for in-depth discussion of the cruelty of the Dursleys, the Weasleys' parenting skills, higher education in the Wizarding World, book banning, pronunciations, Percy's motivations, the bullying of Hermione and much much more! It's an hour of Pottermania and analysis, and it's more fun than a bucket of canary creams! We're covering the first half of the series, so be forewarned: spoilers for books 1-4.

Click here to download Jiggery Pokery from iTunes!

Review: Landline by Rainbow Rowell

Let me get my fangirling out of the way. I really adore both Eleanor and Park and Fangirl. Those two have permanent places on my favorites shelf, and I recommend them to just about anyone who will listen to me for half a second (speaking of which...if you haven’t read them, THEN WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?! GO READ THEM). Since it’s an adult novel, I was afraid I wouldn’t love Landline the way I love the other two.

SNEAK: Our Thoughts on Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

It took me an inordinate amount of time to get through book five. I can't decide if this is because of all the angst, the ultimate sadness that I knew was coming, or a little too much Potter back to back but I've conquered it and now
Michelle and I have returned to share our thoughts.
 

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