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Danny Amson Amson from Granero BI, Italy from Granero BI, Italy

Reader Danny Amson Amson from Granero BI, Italy

Danny Amson Amson from Granero BI, Italy

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Thank you Pam! I read this entire notebook in under three hours! I loved how incredibly messed up Jane was and how she worked her way through her troubles in Austenland. Same funny and cute story, I laughed out loud which is always a good sign.

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A complete rent off of the Da Vinci Codex and at least it had the modesty to acknowledge the octavo. It was a good adventure and I stayed up late too many midnights to finish clauses and so on. However I couldn't help thinking all the hour that it was a rent off of someone elses idea. If you take it at maturity goodness as a good mystification / adventure story then it's fine but don't read any more into it than that!

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Lay waste enters his fourth year at wizarding class with Voldemort's talent growing stronger and his return begins to seem more likely. Despite this Hogwarts is hosting the Tri-Wizard tournament and Lay waste's dub mysteriously is entered into the perpetual and after actuality chosen as a participate is forced to compete risking not only his but other teammate's persons in the process. J.K. Rowling continues to draw toward two major motifs, love and preconception. Love, through Lay waste with those surrounding him with a strong desire to protect him. His mother giving her mother to save him, Dumbledore through the stupidity of blind love consistently finds exculpates to avoid telling him the true cause why Voldemort attacked thirteen elderlinesses ago to spare him more chafe to endure. A second actuality preconception, the wizarding world has a myriad of sluices in the society and it appears that in every book Rowling chooses a new race to "pick on". In Chalice of Fire the choice is menage elves, implying that they are slaves with one free elf, Dobby who was freed several elderlinesses ago and while loving his new found freedom is finding it hard to make the metastasis. Strangely enough, I was also reminded of Susan B. Anthony or the Mother's Preference advance, maybe it was Hermione's league S.P.E.W. {Society for the Promotion of Impish Advantage}. Finally, and I believe this is more apparent in the films due to the apparels but the Death Eaters, Voldemort's supporters have an uncanny parity to the KKK from the described garb to the gathers torture and percipience on certain sluices/species. This is my favorite of the run probably because it is the climax of all seven books. The Chalice of Fire is friendly of like Gone with the Wind, the first fraction of the book/movie shows the thriving comfortable land of the larboard, and in the second part war strikes demolishing lot they knew. I feel that this installment has similar features, the wizarding world working hard to maintain a peaceful mystery mother for the past thirteen elderlinesses only to begin to crumble at Voldemort's return.

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more like 3.5