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January Reads

At risk of beating a dead horse here, I am so sorry for being so ridiculously irresponsible with this blog! We were doing so well and then I fell off the map and well, long story short, I’m back and I’m ready to talk books. Let’s pick up where we left off shall we? In […]

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

My holiday readathon of Harry Potter lasted a little longer than anticipated, so Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows became the first book I read in the New Year. This review will be short because I haven’t had much time to write and reflect with the post-holiday funk I’m feeling and work and all of […]

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Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

The beast is conquered! The longest and most convoluted of the Harry Potter books, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, chose a terrible time to be my current read: I started it the weekend before Thanksgiving, and the holiday season, working, and a death in the family all arrived very shortly after so […]

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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

This has gone so much faster than I anticipated! It’s been only a touch over a week and I’ve already powered though four books in this incredible/amazing/magical/fantastic/perfect series! I began book five today, but I also got my holiday work schedule and, friends, the book reading train is about to be derailed. But! Enough of […]

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Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

I’m on a roll! Two books in two days! I finished Chamber of Secrets this evening (and will maybe, possibly start Prisoner of Azkaban tonight?) after a lovely day of more cats, more tea, and some rain. I’m moving quickly through the earlier novels partly because they’re smaller, partly because these are the ones I’m […]

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Harry Potter Holiday Readathon

Immediately after the bell struck midnight on Halloween night, Christmas awoke from its year long slumber. I’m not joking, there were Christmas trees cropping up where mere hours ago a jack-o-lantern was standing sentry. I think we have this discussion as a society every year, but I’ll say it again — I think Christmas came […]