First, of all, I would like to apologise to all my readers for not posting the April 2018 Reading Suggestions. It is the time of summer, and if you are getting bored then there is nothing better than picking up a book and getting immersed in it. I hope you all will find this list .useful and interesting. And don’t forget to share your views if you have read any of these books.
1. Churchill’s Secret War: The British Empire and the Ravaging of India during World War II by Madhusree Mukerjee
If you are a Potterhead and love the game of Quidditch, then this piece is for you. I read this article on Pottermore a few days ago and found it quite interesting. I hope you all will like it too
In the late twentieth century, the Nimbus Racing Broom Company dominated its competition. The Nimbus Two Thousand and Two Thousand and One models outsold all other top-class brooms combined by a factor of three to one.
I keep bringing you guys interesting pieces from Pottermore. Continuing that tradition, today I am sharing an article about Poppy Pomfrey, commonly referred to as Madam Pomfrey in the books. I hope you will enjoy it.
Never underestimate the worth of Poppy Pomfrey. Hogwarts’ matron keeps the student body in fighting form with a magic mix of spells and charms (and chocolate).
I welcome all of you to another edition of Reading Suggestions. I have been quite a lot busy with my college work for the past few months, so I apologise for the less number of posts. I will try to bring more content to you this month. Let us begin 🙂
Happy New Year to all of you. Being a Potterhead, I thought of starting this year by a post related to HP universe. I read this piece on Pottermore yesterday and believe me, each and every Pottermore ought to read it. It is super exciting and fun. So let’s begin….
Words may be the most inexhaustible source of magic, but there’s a pretty good case to claim that they’re also the most befuddling.
2018 is knocking on our doors and so I thought of making a list of 10 “best” books of the year. Like all the top “X” lists this also is affected by personal biases. So feel free to mention any book you loved in the comments. The books are in no particular order.