hpboy13 gives us a spoiler-free peek into the increasingly important role of British politics in the “Cormoran Strike” series, particularly in “Troubled Blood”.
Category: The Three Broomsticks
In his spoiler-free review of “Troubled Blood”, hpboy13 outlines a convincing case for why you should delve into this 927-page book.
In the last section of his deep dive into Felix Felicis, hpboy13 explores the effects of the lucky potion in battle and why seemingly unlucky things happen to those who take it.
When does Felix Felicis actually wear off? hpboy13 argues that the lucky potion may last longer than Harry thinks it does and that it has surprisingly powerful effects that escape Harry’s notice.
In Part 4 of his six-part series on Felix Felicis, hpboy13 reveals the precise and impressive character analysis Felix undertakes to help Harry manipulate Slughorn.
In Part 3 of his six-part series on Felix Felicis, hpboy13 analyzes the importance of location in the lucky potion’s magic.
In the second of his six-part analysis of Felix Felicis, hpboy13 dives into the role of coincidence in Felix’s magic and whether or not the potion has the power to control human behavior.
How does Felix Felicis work? In the first of a six-part deep dive into this perplexing potion, hpboy13 teases apart every instance when Felix Felicis comes into play – even in moments when Harry himself doesn’t realize it.
In this Three Broomsticks guest post, Sophia Jenkins responds to “The Life and Lies of Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore” by explaining her theory about why Dumbledore chose not to tell Harry he was a Horcrux and arguing that Snape was never told about the Elder Wand.