30 Day Book Challenge // 25

The most surprising plot twist or ending.

Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince by JK RowlingThe only moment I’ve found surprising in a book is in Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince. It was that moment where Harry and Professor Dumbledore get back from the cave and find a dark mark over Hogwarts. I think that was the only time I’ve ever put a book down and walked away in shock. I was reading this on release day too. It was torture not being able to talk to anyone about it.

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8 Responses to “30 Day Book Challenge // 25”

  1. raulconde001

    I hugely admire J.K. Rowling for her Harry Potter series. On the other her recent novels like The Casual Vacancy under her other pen name look interesting and impressive to read. 😂 She should be credited for those as well. 🙂

    • bluchickenninja

      The Cuckoo’s Calling and The Silkworm are really fantastic. You should check them out if you haven’t read them. The Casual Vacancy wasn’t as good.

  2. Magpiemakingdo

    I vividly remember gasping out loud at that part. (I was a release day reader too – my friends WOULD NOT let me talk about it until they had finished… and apparently I read a lot faster than them? Or was just more willing to sacrifice sleep until I finished? Either was it was totally tortuous.)

    • bluchickenninja

      I never really lost much sleep reading the books on release day. We would get they by 10am then I would spend the entire day reading them. Normally managed to finish by midnight. Though now I do regret reading them so quickly.

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  4. 30 Day Book Challenge | bluchickenninja

    […] read in the last 12 months. DAY 24. Book you’re most embarrassed to say you liked. DAY 25. The most surprising plot twist or ending. DAY 26. Book that makes you laugh out loud. DAY 27. Book that has been on your “to read” list […]


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