Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire Dylan king

In Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince, by J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter finds a beat up book in his 6th year. Harry looked at it and it said ¨property of the half blood prince.” Then his teacher says to open to page 10 and make a potion. Harry opens to page and every thing is scribbled out and new things added to the book. Harry thinks,then does what it says. When he finished he looked up at Hermione who wasn't done. Then it hit him, he is first. Harry tries to find out who The Half Blood Prince is but in the process friends get hurt, people will die, and Hogwarts might shut down.

Harry is surrounded by undead zombies that look white as snow and as boney as someone who has never eaten.Harry looks at Dumbledore who is still weak and cannot move. All the sudden Harry feels a cold hand grasp around his arm as he feels a jerk . Next thing he knew he is being drowned by the zombies

My favorite part is Ron and Lavender then when Ron gets a love potion for Pavarotti. This is my favorite part because it has a lot of drama and it is pretty funny.Moreover it is a huge part when Ron breaks up with Lavender so him and Hermione can go out with each other.

In this book I learned to never go into a fight without being prepared. Also it's good to not to try to be a hero

The greatest value is when Harry is fighting at Hogwarts and all the drama. For example when Ron goes out with Lavender to get Hermione jealous, and at the fight in Hogwarts Dumbledore's life changes. There are a lot of sad parts and happy parts.Definitely at the end it makes me want to cry,and there are so many backstabbing traitors, but It is the best book ever.

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