Ages: 9 and Up
Harry Potter's sixth year at Hogwarts is a busy one indeed. He has a lot of important things on his mind, from private lessons with the headmaster, teenage crushes, and the ever-growing threat of He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named. Through it all, Harry must learn to always stay focused and rely on his friends for companionship and support.
With each book in the Harry Potter series that I have read so far, the plot line gets increasingly darker and more nerve-wracking. Despite all this, J.K. Rowling still manages to keep me as the reader hooked, while incorporating humorous moments into the story at the same time. I have truly fallen in love with this series, and appreciate it much more then I ever thought I would have. There is only one book left for me to read in the series now, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, and I hope that it will be a solid ending for an exceptionally-written series.
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