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Part of the series, so yeah. :) Sort of the after-dinner mints of the series, so here we are. I remember the release of this one being much quieter - of course, it was in the news that there was "A NEW HARRY POTTER BOOK" because of course, but there were no midnight releases or anything. Probably didn't help that it came out the day before Sinterklaas. :p But I bought it that same day and read it in one sitting.

Unlike Quidditch Through The Ages and Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them, I still had my original copy, a lovely pale-blue hardback. I feel like with books, the design of the book really contributes to the reading experience, so I like that the book sort of looks like it could have been from the wizarding world.

Anyway, not much to say about this one, really. I liked how it deepens out the wizarding world, and how it give us yet another perspective of Dumbledore, this time as a scholar and Hogwarts professor. It also serves as a sort of summary/cliff notes version of the themes of the series, which is neat.

Recap!
The Tales of Beedle the Bard )


And with that closing thought... The Reread is FINISHED.

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