Chapter Three: The Letters from No One
In which a letter addressed to Harry scares the living daylights out of the Dursleys. They don’t let him read it, but more and more arrive every day until Vernon snaps and tries to escape them in his car. It doesn’t work. Continue reading
Chapter One: The Book
In which Artemis and Butler track down an alcoholic sprite in Ho Chi Minh City, and manage to relieve her of her copy of the Book.
Chapter Two: The Vanishing Glass
In which we get to know Harry, who has been subjected to a terrible life with the Dursleys and is often punished for making strange things happen, though he can’t imagine how he is doing them …
In which we are introduced to the title character, a juvenile criminal genius, through the introduction to a report on his first interspecies misadventure.
Chapter One: The Boy Who Lived
In which the Dursleys’ perfect world is shattered as a whole bunch of weird stuff goes down, including errant shooting stars, a literate cat, and owls with unusual sleeping patterns; the wizarding world celebrates the defeat of Voldemort, and Dumbledore, McGonagall and Hagrid leave Harry Potter on the doorstep of Number Four, Privet Drive.
Welcome! “Rosie Reads and Reads” is a place where I do just that: I read books that I have already read before, and post my thoughts and comments here, one chapter at a time.
Yes, I know it is similar to “Mark Reads”. I don’t care. I hope I will be able to make this interesting enough so that you won’t either.
Some general info about the site:
- Before I embark on reviewing a series, I will have read the whole lot, and I’m assuming you have too. If you haven’t read the whole series, ENTER AT YOUR OWN RISK. I reference other parts of the series A LOT. Spoilers are not marked or hidden in any way.
- At the moment, I don’t have an update schedule as such, as I’m still working out how much I can do with uni and real life getting in the way. I apologise for any inconvenience this may cause, and I suggest you subscribe to the site either by email or RSS feed to keep up to date.
- I’m reviewing a few books at a time, to try and keep things interesting. If this doesn’t work out for me and I have to stop a book for a while, I will let you know.