HP 7

Nope, I ain’t going to reveal the plot, or going to give annoying spoilers. I ain’t even going to hint. All I’m gonna say is “Rowling seems to have forgotten that she was writing a book, intended mainly for children.” She deals out death and mutilation with a generous hand. The language is a bit unrestrained at times. And sometimes it reads like an M&B novel.

But the book is enjoyable. Make no mistake. I think this book is by far the best. The tone, plot,settings, characters are all marvellously written. After the unadulterated crap that was HP5 and the piffle that was HP6, HP7 comes as a delightful, if slightly sombre, read. Buy It, Read it, then Read it again.

PS: See, no spoilers,no plot revelations, no annoying thingies. 🙂

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6 Responses to “HP 7”

  1. Soumik Says:

    Yes, I think this book is the best since Goblet of Fire. Finished reading it yesterday.

  2. parvathy Says:

    u fool !!! since u bought it how da hell am i supposed to buy n read it and reread it ?????????????? damn fool !!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. neelakantankk Says:

    @Soumik, I prefer this book to Goblet of Fire.

    @Ramya, 😛

  4. vysakh Says:

    me too. this is the best one of the series

  5. nilanjana Says:

    hmmm…so you’ve read M&B novels then…heh!

    and i do agree with you, nine yr. olds are gong to read that and go ‘whaaa??!!”
    poor kids!

    p.s.: in case you were wondering, yes, i do know you, we’re classmates!

  6. neelakantankk Says:

    @Vysakh, Yup, This is the best.

    @Nilanjana, Umm I did know that.

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