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Rowling opens with a chapter she had wanted to use for the first book, of The Philosophers Stone--Lord Voldemort has been creating chaos in the Wizard and Muggle communities alike, the war is in full swing and the Wizarding community now lives in fear. The press have been questioning the events at the Ministry which led to the admission of Voldemorts return, and of course Harrys name is mentioned a number of times. Harrys got his problems, but his anxiety is nothing compared to Hermiones when the OWL results are delivered. Theres a new Defence Against The Dark Arts teacher, an assortment of new characters and creatures, and startling revelations about past characters and events.
Gone is the rage-filled Harry of The Order of the Phoenix--hes not being kept in the dark any more, his unjustified Quidditch ban has been lifted and he has matured considerably in his short time out of school. Half-Blood Prince follows Harry into the world of late-teens, and his realisation that nobody is infallible has made his growth that much easier. Accepting his destiny, Harry continues to behave as teenagers do, enjoying his time with his friends, developing his relationships outside of his usual circle, and learning more about how he must, eventually, do what he is destined to do.
J.K. Rowling delivers another fantastic tale which will have the readers gasping for more, capturing the characters perfectly and continuing a tale which readers will enjoy over and over again. --Ziggy Morbi
I'm an Italian fan of Harry Potter!I've already read all seven books in Italian and in English too. I really love them and I really like how J.K.Rowling writes!Published 9 days ago by deg
I have just finished reading Harry potter and the half blood prince, I thought it was a very interesting and emotional book. I would recommend this book to children the age of 9+.Published 12 days ago by K J TARRY
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Very good book
I would highly recommend it to everyone it shows great character development and is a highly entertaining read