Unauthorized Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows News: Harry Potter Book Seven and Half-Blood Prince Analysis

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Nimble Books LLC, 2005 - Fiction - 152 pages
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Through the magic of print-on-demand technology, this "nimble" guide to the work of best-selling author J. K. Rowling provides the latest news about the author and her works, updated whenever there are significant developments. Unlike a conventional book, for which editions are printed in quantity every couple of years, this "living book" goes through frequent "mini-editions" and is printed fresh whenever customers place an order. Purchasers are entitled to free PDF updates! An entirely new section of analysis with more than 75 new pages will be added shortly after the release of "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" on July 16, 2005.

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User Review  - genealogygirl - LibraryThing

Very little original thought from the author, who merely synthesizes theories from a handful of online theorists. I wouldn't even say that these theorists are uniformly all that profound. Read full review

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Okay... you have the wrong book for one... it's the sixth one you have written about.... and I know you are only critizing Harry Potter because you aren't creative to create one on your own. (I can speak.. I've already wrote a novel... and I'm 14 years old!) Yeah, I know that it is probably a lot of work to do something like this, so why do you have to put effort toward bringing someone else down? And why do you have to do this... Harry Potter is Harry Potter, her book is so much better than your critizing 'news'. JUST GROW UP! That is coming from a 14-year-old, so you might want to listen. Why can't you look at the glass half full and talk about how good it is? Or do you, anywhere in your 'news'... talk about how good this book is... I couldn't read it, I got bored. Please stop being so negative, like everyone else. Celebrate the fact that she wrote a book, no matter how bad it was.
I am sorry for being rude, believe me, I feel only pity for you, but sometimes people like you need that extra push.

About the author (2005)

W. Frederick Zimmerman, Microsoft MVP, is the product development editor for tabletpctalk.com. He is also the editor of OneNoteInfoCenter.com. Previously, Frederick directed emerging technology strategy for LexisNexis, a division of Reed Elsevier. Frederick lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan, with his wife and two children.

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