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R.I.P. SIRIUS⚘

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Reviewed: 07-06-2020

professor umbridge is utterly annoying. Willful blindness of the ministry of magic and constant fight against them for truth by dumbledore and harry and his friends are what we should learn - to fight for righteousness (whether it be ideology or human rights). i liked how humble dumbledore confesses his flaws and mistakes and calmly confronted harry.

I've read it 4 times

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Reviewed: 01-06-2020

This book changed my life. It helped me accept the reality of inevitable existence of hierarchy and necessity for hardworking.

I rarely read the same things again nor watch same movies again so if I said I've read it four times it shows how incredible this book is for me. Highly recommeded. Two thumbs up (three, if possible)

Loved it.

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Reviewed: 01-06-2020

This book made me feel like I was actually in the war and see the extreme brutality of physical and mental violence so I'd recommend it to young adults and above.

This book is very well-written and the narrator did a good job with a slight accent (like the author himself who was a Polish Jewish) which made it even more realistic.

I liked how this book made me time-travel and see and feel things that happened that i have not experienced by luck. It makes you think about the unreal peace we have now that we think is so normal.