There are a few good reasons to read this young adult novel. Especially when you don’t know anything about Muggle quidditch, you will learn the answer to one of the most basic questions for any player: How do you fly?
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Tison Pugh’s new book “Harry Potter and Beyond” offers an excellent introduction to “Potter” scholarship.
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Contributor hpboy13 weighs in on the latest Robert Galbraith novel.
If you read The Cuckoo’s Calling, then you already know that through her Robert Galbraith persona, J.K. Rowling is back with all of the storytelling prowess that readers loved in Harry Potter and a few (though not myself!) found to be lacking in The Casual Vacancy.
J.K. Rowling does it again. Only this time, the bestselling author pens her latest novel, The Cuckoo’s Calling, as Robert Galbraith, recently revealed as her pseudonym.
J.K. Rowling’s “The Casual Vacancy” gave us many mixed thoughts and feelings.
In her first published novel for adults, J.K. Rowling succeeds with complex characters and emotional impact.