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Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince: 6/7 (Harry Potter 6)When Dumbledore arrives at Privet Drive one summer night to collect Harry Potter, his wand hand is blackened and shrivelled, but he does not reveal why Secrets and suspicion are spreading through the wizarding world, and Hogwarts itself is not safe Harry is convinced that Malfoy bears the Dark Mark there is a Death Eater amongst them Harry will need powerful magic and true friends as he explores Voldemort s darkest secrets, and Dumbledore prepares him to face his destiny.These new editions of the classic and internationally bestselling, multi award winning series feature instantly pick up able new jackets by Jonny Duddle, with huge child appeal, to bring Harry Potter to the next generation of readers It s time to PASS THE MAGIC ON. Read Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince: 6/7 (Harry Potter 6) – groundhogwalking.co.uk

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  1. This Episode 6 of the Harry Potter series sees the story of Tom Riddle and his metamorphosis into the Dark Lord Voldemort told through Dumbledore and Harry exploring memories through the Pensieve.There is the familiar formula to the book of the beginning with the Dursley s, fun at The Burrow, confrontation with Draco Malfoy, and the usual magical lessons and interactions and romance with Harry s school peers Here there is a new teacher, Horace Slughorn, who takes the roll of Potions Master, whilst Snape gets his long coveted post of Defence Against the Dark Arts Snape s loyalties remain ever enigmatic and shifting, and the word Horcrux enters the English language.All in all at about 543 pages this is a considerable improvement over the even lengthie...

  2. Mucky fingerprints all over the cover like some scruffs been eating crisps and cleaning his hands on it Also he s creased the front cover and as a brand new item from I didn t expect or want this Price was cheap as though so I guess that s a silver lining on a crumpled greasy cloud.

  3. Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince is as equally brilliant as its predecessor, though somewhat shorter, it still manages to fit an entire year at Hogwarts into one book.Times are becoming harder and the dark wrath of Lord Voldemort is closer than ever, he is gathering and followers and Harry s sixth year at Hogwarts is the darkest yet There is a new teacher Horace Slughorn and many revelations and plot twists to make this book very had to prise yourself away from.J K Rowling continues to weave the epic saga of Harry and bring to life a world that is not only perfectly described and imagined but also strangely believable Her choice to darken the tone was wise, as Harry is growing up and the wizarding world is no longer the whimsical, magical place it was in Philosopher s Stone The plot largely revolves around Harry and Dumbeldore trying to learn as much as they can about Voldemort so that they can get an advantage over him This involves many chapters with just Harry and Dumbeldore talking about Voldemort however this is no bad thing, instead Rowling makes her dialogue fast paced and engaging and very informative The memories that are...

  4. Beautifully written Amazing plot twists and turns Page turning element very strong, as usual Difficult to follow for young children, but ok for children aged 10 plus I enjoyed this book and I am 78 It s a high standard HP book which is on the way to expl...

  5. Looks like this year Harry has mysteriously mastered stewing potions This bothers Hermone who sets out to find an answer to his lucky find and has her own theory as to the true nature and name of The Half Blood Prince Harry also has a few emotions stewing that need a little taming he seems to be a tad upset over Jenny snogging another student Things get a tad dicey as it looks like you do not know who to trust as Harry and Dumbledore have a mission.I think one of the best points in the book is where Dumbledore shows Harry that his fait in the conflict is not because it is written but what he chooses similar to the line from Julius Creaser by Shakespeare where Cassius says to Brutus Men at some time are masters of their fates The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in ourselves This story sometimes has the feel that it is going astray with descriptions however all things tie together and it is necessary to distract you from the core story so you will forget some details only to be reminded of them later.This is the sixth book in the proposed series of seven and as with the previous books in the series you will want to purchase the book and the Jim Dale recording Also if you are collecting do not forget to get an adult version.Before reading this book it is time to read The Power of Myth by Joseph Campbell Or if you are visual or auditory there is a film...