“Harry Potter” Revisited

I recently decided that I wanted to thoroughly reread J. K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series and write a short little post for each chapter. Below, you will find a list of all of these posts (I will be adding to this list as I continue to read through the books):

Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone

Chapter One: “The Boy Who Lived”
Chapter Two: “The Vanishing Glass”
Chapter Three: “The Letters from No One”
Chapter Four: “The Keeper of the Keys”
Chapter Five: “Diagon Alley”
Chapter Six: “The Journey from Platform Nine and Three Quarters”
Chapter Seven: “The Sorting Hat”
Chapter Eight: “The Potions Master”
Chapter Nine: “The Midnight Duel”
Chapter Ten: “Hallowe’en”
Chapter Eleven: “Quidditch”
Chapter Twelve: “The Mirror of Erised”
Chapter Thirteen: “Nicolas Flamel”
Chapter Fourteen: “Norbert the Norwegian Ridgeback”
Chapter Fifteen: “The Forbidden Forest”
Chapter Sixteen: “Through the Trapdoor”

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  1. I’ve never read Harry Potter but I’ve noticed these posts and it got me curious to sample it. It will be quite a treat to get to read through Harry Potter and be able to go through your posts.
    I also was curious, how a reread or blogging about it has affected your appreciation for Harry Potter? I have really enjoyed documenting my reading journey through some of the books I’ve read. 😊

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    1. Awesome, I would love it if these posts had inspired you to read them! ☺️ Good question – this is the first time I’ve gone through a book in such depth, but I know that many of your posts are more like this – discussing the book while you are reading it rather than one post to sum it up. I think it’s definitely making me think about the book more, especially when I do my “Further Thoughts” in these posts and I notice some of the flaws!

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