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by Joyce Odel,Wendy B. Harte,John Granger

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  • ISBN 0972322116
  • ISBN13 978-0972322119
  • Language English
  • Author Joyce Odel,Wendy B. Harte,John Granger
  • Publisher Unlocking Press (November 1, 2006)
  • Pages 240
  • Formats rtf lit lrf azw
  • Category Fiction
  • Subcategory History and Criticism
  • Size ePub 1503 kb
  • Size Fb2 1824 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 927

Six fan-theorists attempt to unravel the clues of THE HALF-BLOOD PRINCE. Joyce Odell of Red Hen Productions, Daniella Teo of Mugglenet, Sally M. Gallo of The Leaky Cauldron, Wendy B. Harte and the mysterious "Swythyv" - along with editor, John Granger (author of Hidden Key to Harry Potter, etc.)- provide Harry Potter readers with exciting and insightful ideas of what happened and what will happen based on their close reading of the texts ... ideas that will challenge and engage readers everywhere. Travis Prinzi, creator of THE SWORD OF GRIFFYNDOR website, writes that these essays "will stand as a monument to the kind of guesswork we were all involved in as we awaited the final Harry Potter book."

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Potter Detectives Examine the Evidence I admit that I rushed through Book 6 of the Harry Potter series .

Six Expert Harry Potter Detectives Examine the Evidence. I admit that I rushed through Book 6 of the Harry Potter series, "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince," basically taking in the plot as it was presented on the surface and without considering much of what I already knew about the way . Rowling has worked in creating the series.

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince is the sixth novel in J. K. Rowling's Harry Potter series. Set during Harry Potter's sixth year at Hogwarts, Lord Voldemort is definitely back, and with a vengeance. Despite the danger, Harry and his best friends, Ron and Hermione, return to the familiar life of Hogwarts for their sixth year.

book by John Granger. The Harry Potter series might be the most intricate mystery/detective story of all time. Who Killed Albus Dumbledore?" is an excellent compilation of several authors who have carefully read the Harry Potter series, and who offer well-informed analysis of what's really going on, along with thoughts about what we'll see in the final book. The subtitle sets the theme: "What Really Happened in 'Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince?'" The key is, as Granger argues, deliberate and skillful "narrative misdirection.

Six fan-theorists attempt to unravel the clues of THE HALF-BLOOD PRINCE.

Published by Zossima Press (2006).

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Why Half-blood prince is the best Harry Potter novel, John Granger - The curse of the Black . Even though the information is now outdated with the publication of Deathly Hallows, Joyce Odel does a great job at deciphering what happened at the end of Half-Blood Prince.

Why Half-blood prince is the best Harry Potter novel, John Granger - The curse of the Black family tree, Wendy B. Harte - How Dumbledore and Slughorn used magic-and stage magic-and fooled us all, Sally M. Gallo - The locket, the cup, Nagini, Harry, and the Mirror of Erised, Daniela Teo -. Mourning for her own true love, Swythyv (a LiveJournal experience) - Welcome to my murder : act 1, Joyce Odell - Brandy and revelations in the library, The Usual Suspects.

Home J. Rowling Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince . Harry had wondered whether Dumbledore would return from wherever he had been in time for Monday night's lesson, but having had no word to the contrary, he presented himself outside Dumbledore's office at eight o'clock, knocked, and was told to enter. There sat Dumbledore looking unusually tired; his hand was as black and burned as ever, but he smiled when he gestured to Harry to sit down. Because of the evidence of one Caractacus Burke," said Dumbledore, "who, by an odd coincidence, helped found the very shop whence came the necklace we have just been discussing.

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Kulalas
I admit that I rushed through Book 6 of the Harry Potter series, "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince," basically taking in the plot as it was presented on the surface and without considering much of what I already knew about the way J.K.Rowling has worked in creating the series. "Who Killed Albus Dumbledore" was a real awakening for me to the clever, layered and nuanced ways in which this series has unfolded, and to the deceptive techniques of mis-direction Rowling uses to create suspense and to focus the ideas beneath the surface of what appear to be simple fantasy narratives. I highly recommend this for anyone who wants to prime themselves for a rewarding reading of Book 7, "...and the Deathly Hallows" (which I'll be reading soon after a careful RE-reading of HBP...).
Jogas
I bought and read this book after I read the seventh harry potter book and ended up laughing at parts. some of the theories in there are just weird and surprisingly some were spot on.
Ballardana
The book was what it claimed to be, a series of essays people had written about the murder of Professor Dumbledore. While most of the writers agreed the Snape had killed Dumbledore, none of them really thought he did the deed maliciously. In fact, most of the writers tend to put the blame elsewhere, which sometimes is rather interesting.
Dammy
I found the theories fun to read about before reading book seven. Being a light reader, I often missed subtle hints that Rowling dropped n her earlier books. Quite interesting.
Bodwyn
This book is sooo deep. I loved the analysis. Points I had not noticed, and I have read the books at least 7 times. Each essay was as good as the one before. I loved the Slughorn switching, the 'stoppered death', the misdirection and of course the exoneration of my dear Snape.

These essays show exemplary detective work, and attention to detail. Loved it!!!
Mitars Riders
I found this book very confusing at first. The compiler writes the first piece and he should not be writing reviews of any kind! After getting through the first essay, the others were better. And while I have read all the Harry Potter books, after reading this I had to go back and reread Half Blood Prince, and parts of the other books, because obviously I had missed quite a few precedents from all the other books. I was reading Harry Potter for the fun and mystery of it, not looking for clues and omens and analyzing each incident. I did not realize there were folks out there that did! I am glad there are because I did learn a lot. Each essay is different and after I got past the first one they became more "readable".
Akinonris
Although I found the essays interesting, I was totally put off by the poor punctuation in Joyce Odell's essay of "Welcome to My Murder: Act 1". She used semi-colons everywhere; most were unnecessary and totally inappropriate. She had run-on sentences and misplaced modifiers, too. While I realize that some of this was written via an online web site, I think that editing still should have been done before putting this essay into book form. Every editor/author can make grammatical mistakes that slip through, but this was way beyond that.

Having said that, I think it will be interesting to compare book 7 to the theories proposed by these six theorists. I was particularly impressed with the essay by Harte about the Black family. All in all, an interesting read.
This is an interesting inciteful read. It makes you think about what happened and then tries to tell you what really happened. This story makes you feel a litt;e better about Albus Dumbledore's "execution"