NYT reviews 'Half-Blood Prince'
July 16, 2005 at 12:13 PM ET
HPANA (via The New York Times)
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The reviews will start to begin surfacing shortly today and to start them off The New York Times calls Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince "a far darker tale."
You can read the review here:
It is a novel that pulls together dozens of plot strands from previous volumes, underscoring how cleverly and carefully J. K. Rowling has assembled this giant jigsaw puzzle of an epic. It is also a novel that depicts Harry Potter, now 16, as more alone than ever - all too well aware of loss and death, and increasingly isolated by his growing reputation as "the Chosen One," picked from among all others to do battle with the Dark Lord, Voldemort.