Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince by J.K. Rowling

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Review by Alice.

Harry is back for another year at Hogwarts school of Witchcraft and Wizardry.  With Sirius having died only a few months ago, life becomes much harder especially since he, Ron and Hermione are now N.E.W.T. students. 

Harry Potter & The Half-Blood Prince

Furthermore, with a new teacher added to the mix and Draco Malfoy acting stranger than usual, how can Harry survive his sixth year at school ?

I really enjoyed Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince because it raises lots of questions of who Harry can trust and who trusts Harry. Additionally, I really think that you discover more of the emotional side of the characters as they are definitely starting to grow up.

I believe that J.K. Rowling aimed this particular book at thirteen plus but many people such as myself think that the book is appropriate for children from nine or ten years old. I started this series at the age of eight and a half and I really enjoyed it.

 

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