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The Harry Potter Book Tag (Part 2)

The Little Book Affair tagged me in this…awhile ago. Whoops?

The Harry Potter Tag – I already started this when I realized I’d done this before, so here is the link to my previous version. Whoops again.


1. Flagrate: Writing Charm – A book whose theme you found interesting, but would like to rewrite it

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2. Alohomora: Unlocking Charm – The first book in a series that got you hooked 

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3. Accio: Summoning Charm – A book you wish you could have right now

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4. Avada Kedavra – A killer book. Both Senses. Take it as you’d like 

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5. Confundo: Confusing Charm – A book you found really confusing

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6. Expecto Patronum – Your “spirit animal” book 

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7. Sectumsempra – A dark and twisted book

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8. Aparecium: Revealing Charm – A book that surprised you in a great way. Reveals to be more than it is

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That’s it for the tag!

I’m not going to tag anyone, since I’ve tagged people before, but feel free to do this if you’d like to.

6 thoughts on “The Harry Potter Book Tag (Part 2)”

  1. I’m interested in seeing how people feel about A Series of Unfortunate Events. I read the first couple of books when I was around 10-11 and got irritated that it kept defining words that the book thought were “too difficult” for young readers. What did you think about it?

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    1. I found the defining kind of funny – its not really being explained because the kids are too young to understand but because its the style is that its this guy writing a kind of spy report on these kids. Lemony Snicker makes it clear in the books that he thinks kids are smarter than adults give them credit for. So rather than irritating it was funny to me.

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