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Mugglenet.Com's What Will Happen in Harry Potter 7: Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Falls in Love and How Will the Adventure Finally End Paperback – November 20, 2006
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That said, there is something still alluring about books like this, even going on a decade later. I skipped this book the first time around, and happened across it by chance when purchasing a copy of the series for my brother. I figured it might be fun to look back and see just how accurate some of these predictions were, what was way off the mark, and even ponder the could-have-beens. Surprisingly, as far as this book goes, quite a bit of it was spot-on.
Obviously, don't come in expecting to find any mind-blowing revelations about a book nearly ten years old. All the information is way out-dated and at this point, the book is nothing more than an odd curiosity for fans who skipped it the first time around. The only real joy you could get from it now is looking to see just how accurate these "predictions" really were. And on that, this is a good time-waster.
If you want a book that prepares you for the upcoming release of the 7th Harry Potter Book, then I can reccomend this as an excellent read.
It is well written and well organized. I don't always agree with all of their conclusions, but intelligent speculation is exactly what one is looking for in a book like this. One thing I really liked was that they didn't pursue rediculously speculative solutions to the Harry Potter Series.
If I had one quibble, it is that sometimes they treat their inferences and conclusions as facts and then use them to venture into new areas. But it's nitpicking. If you don't take a stand with a book like this it just becomes a bunch of unsatisfying "could be", "might be", "in my opinion" wishy-washy mush. On the whole I think they did a very good job of seeking facts from the books and from J.K. Rowling interviews, extrapolating intelligent inferences from those facts and then drawing reasoned conclusions.
You don't really expect a book like this to get all of it's predictions right. The purpose of a book like this is to add pleasure to the reading of the upcoming Deathly Hallows by allowing one to observe clues one might have otherwise overlooked and to better make reasoned analysis of the book as it unfolds.
I gave this book five stars. I would normally only give it 4 stars because I think it was a very good book, but not one of the greats. But in it's niche - which is analysis of book 7 of the Harry Potter series - I doubt you can hope for anything better researched, thought through or clearly written as this. Thus the 5 stars. Good reading!
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remember why this is there. Good to have before reading Vol.7