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Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by J.K. Rowling: Having been on a reading streak of 1 book a week for the first four months of the year, I struggled to complete Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. Taking a month to complete this work of juvenile fiction, I’m happy to be done with it. While I can appreciate why these works are such great hits with a given crowd, I found it challenging to stay interested/invested in, and felt like I was often disappointing with the author taking the easy way out” when it came to plot choices. Although these books are just not my thing” I’ll probably put myself through reading the remainder 5 books just to say I did it.

May 28, 2019 2019 reviews books


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