- Jun 13, 2006
Next: A re-read!
Or Wamphyri! as it was published in the UK
I think part of what you're seeing is a sort of maturing: I believe Rowling deliberately wrote for an aging audience, her initial readers gaining a year or more between books, she wrote with them in mind. Which makes for a terrific series to share with your kids, reading one a year, say, so the kids grow up with Harry and crew.Maybe it’s the extra space to flesh things out, maybe it was here that Rowling started finding her feet as a writer, maybe it was that the story was just so much stronger, perhaps she had started to really cut loose and build towards her endgame or it could just be that familiarity is starting to creep in, and spending time with Potter and Co induces a warm and fuzzy feeling.
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