jordan ingram

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,644,055 - Total Helpful Votes: 7 of 8
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (Harry P&hellip by J.K. Rowling
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
At this time, you'll find exactly what J.K. Rowling has been doing: darkening and
maturing her books as her audience matures and grows older. This book, so far, is the darkest, saddest, and most emotional in the Harry Potter series. When you compare this to the first book, you'll find Harry's mind and feelings could never be more different, while in the first book, he is just 11 years old, and later, he's finding his emotions, and in each book he finds out a little bit more of what's going on in the world. If you thought the threat of Voldemort returning in the previous book (The Goblet Of Fire) was already bad, things get a little bit worse in this.
Besides the many more serious… Read more
Aurora ~ James Plotkin
Aurora ~ James Plotkin
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Perfectly beautiful!, 3 May 2005
First of all, don't get confused; this is NOT the Christian sisters group called Aurora, this is a completely different band. Since they're UK-based, I decided I'd refer to them as Aurora UK to avoid the confusion. Anyway, this is no doubt the most beautiful music I have ever heard! Of course, I discovered this group completely by accident when I was searching for the other Aurora group, and I'm not sure what made me want to check them out. I guess I was just curious to see what they were like, since I couldn't search for the other Aurora without coming up with search results for this one. The music on this CD is totally unique, dreamy, beautiful, and, well, amazing! I honestly had a hard… Read more
Jump5 ~ Jump 5
Jump5 ~ Jump 5
5.0 out of 5 stars One of my favorites!, 3 May 2005
Ah, EARLY stuff. This was back in 2001, when Jump5 was just a pack of kids doing pop music and a bit of a Disney-esque sound. But, that hasn't driven me away. Though I'm usually listening to the World Wide Message Tribe type of dance music, I still have a place for Jump5. I still REALLY love this album! It brings back memories of 2003 when Jump5 was my favorite band, and one of my first little openings to dance music (V*Enna was actually my very first). I remember watching the music video for Spinnin' Around over and over again, and making up little lyrics in my head, singing them in the tune of Virtual Reality. This is always going to be one of my favorite pop albums, because it's a piece… Read more