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July 22, 2007



I enjoyed this book, but I wasn't expecting much. One of your quotes calls Rowling a novelist... I would call her a storyteller. And the biggest problem I have had with her writing (in the past few books, anyway) is the way her stories take on tangents that seem to serve no purpose. I agree with you that this 7th book had a lot of unneeded prequel. I think the book would have been better for starting at the wedding, and I agree that there was way more in here than I ever wanted to know about wands.

Thanks for the review! You pull in some good links and references, too.

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