Hi my lovelies!
Recently, I got the chance to go on a roadtrip and it’s not a short roadtrip.. it’s a very long roadtrip from 6 to 10 hours in a car. YES. I did it and I will do it again ahaha. In this journey, I’ve passed by New Brunswick and had the chance to read all the books that I didn’t have time to read. Starting off with two spinoff from the Harry Potter series (because I could not accept the fact that Harry Potter series is done ahahah #ohdeny) :
1.Fantastic Beasts and where to find them ( ★★★☆☆)
If you are a true fan of the Harry Potter world, you will love this book if no, it may seem a little bit boring. The function of this book is more of a Fantastic Beasts Dictionnary. It’s litterally like a manual, textbook. This is really useful if you want to look up a specific animal in the J.K Rowling’s fantastic world . I gave it a 3 stars because I love the aspect of feeling like a Hogwart student and learn about these beasts and their differences. Especially when you know the stories, what the characters have to go through. There’s also a comic side to this book with Harry Potter and his friends’ annotations. But the downside of this book is the fact that it’s getting boring if you read it all at once for it is not a story, I felt like reading a dictionnary for an hour straight ahhaha. If you’re interested, you can get Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them by clicking on this hyperlink !
2. The Tales of Beedle the Bard (★★★★☆)
Since I was a child, I loved and believed in fairytales. I’ve always thought of them as some secret language , secret codes that only the most kind-hearted and pure-hearts can reach out the messages. J.K Rowling wrote an amazing book beyon the walls of Hogwarts and beyonnd the characters, she has built an entire universe including these tales. An essential part of every child’s life because every one was once a child, wizard or muggle. I believe that you would still enjoy these tales even when you’re 30 years old. You can also find The Tales of Beedle the Bard by clicking on this hyperlink !
A big THANK YOU to the sisters of Saint-Sacrement for their hospitality! 🙂