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November 23, 2013

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JoAnne McPherson

I read this, I didn't listen to it. As soon as I found out it was ghost written by JK Rowling, it took me less than 5 minutes to download it to my Kindle. I hope there are more of these books, too. I really enjoyed the characters. As far as Harry Potter goes, you should try one. "Cute" is not necessarily the word I would use. She has the foresight to plant small seeds that seem very inconsequential in early books that grow into a huge part of the plot in later books. If you think they are just "kids books" you may be pleasantly surprised.

Karen

I never cared for Harry Potter, couldn't get into it and I did watch several of the movies with the grandkids - just didn't like them. I had heard of this new book though and thought to try it and hadn't gotten around to it - I will give it a try as I know we like some of the same novels.

Wanda

I will definitely read this one. I have read all of the Harry Potter books and loved them.

floribunda

I'm about 2/3 through the audio version of this -- love the reader and I'm enjoying the book. Definitely give the Jim Dale audiobooks of harry Potter a try -- he's the best! And really, the books aren't too cute.

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