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Quidditch Through the Ages Game On GO TEAM I didn t know what to expect about this book written by the magical J.K Rowling about the history of the magic sport of Quidditch.However, I was happily surprised that while some chapters explaining the rules of the sport are kinda tiresome, they were the few, since other chapters were really amusing and entertaining.You learn why the decission of using brooms to fly.Also, you learn about the official Quidditch teams on the British league, but even also you will le Game On GO TEAM I didn t know what to expect about this book written by the magical J.K Rowling about the history of the magic sport of Quidditch.However, I was happily surprised that while some chapters explaining the rules of the sport are kinda tiresome, they were the few, since other chapters were really amusing and entertaining.You learn why the decission of using brooms to fly.Also, you learn about the official Quidditch teams on the British league, but even also you will learn about how popular or not is this sport in other countries and continents.It s a book written with the heart of Rowling allowing to appreciate an important element of the magical world of Harry Potter beyond of what you may knew about on the book series.You won t be dissapointedand don t let go away that Golden Snitch This was awesome I can t believe I ve never read it before I gave this 5 out of 5 not because it was a phenomenal work of literary fiction, but because of the time and effort that J.K Rowling put into creating this amazing sport, the history, the teams, the rules, everything is phenomenally done I love Quidditch, and being a total sports nerd this was perfect for me The coolest thing for me was when the book discussed Canadian teams and a team called the Moose Jaw Meteorites were mentioned This was awesome I can t believe I ve never read it before I gave this 5 out of 5 not because it was a phenomenal work of literary fiction, but because of the time and effort that J.K Rowling put into creating this amazing sport, the history, the teams, the rules, everything is phenomenally done I love Quidditch, and being a total sports nerd this was perfect for me The coolest thing for me was when the book discussed Canadian teams and a team called the Moose Jaw Meteorites were mentioned They are a team that after they win they fly around with fiery sparks coming from their broom ends in magical formations which is highly anticipated by the viewers Moose Jaw is a town not far from where I live and they have planes called Snowbirds that fly together in the most amazing formations and people from all over come to watch J.K Rowling really put in her all with this by diving into the research I definitely suggest this if you re interested in learningabout this magical sport, and just as a little extra Harry Potter read 5 out of 5 To reveal the Qudditch Through the AgesYou ll be enlightened with a brief bits of the History of Magic itself..Whether it is based on TRUE EVENTS or totally from the moste creativee mindee of Joanna Rowling which I start ,after her Potter saga and these related books, to believe that it s real you ll be fully entertained Try Also That OneThe books is almost perfect just lack of one small thing, mentioning that Quidditch is Now Widely played by MUGGLES through the world Google it To reveal the Qudditch Through the AgesYou ll be enlightened with a brief bits of the History of Magic itself..Whether it is based on TRUE EVENTS or totally from the moste creativee mindee of Joanna Rowling which I start ,after her Potter saga and these related books, to believe that it s real you ll be fully entertained Try Also That OneThe books is almost perfect just lack of one small thing, mentioning that Quidditch is Now Widely played by MUGGLES through the world Google it you ll shock.May be it Starts before the Publication of the book I loved this journey into this magical world..I wishbooks about the History of Magic by our Queen of Magic And one last thing Thank you so much Jo for giving me the opportunity to participate into the charity work with only buying your great,fun,clever and most entertaining books Mohammed Arabey3 April 201316 April 2013 Es ist einfach der Wahnsinn, was J.K Rowling f r eine Fantasie besitzt So ein detailreiches Handbuch ber die Geschichte des Quidditch im Wandel der Zeiten mit vielen verschiedenen Spielern, Mannschaften und Anekdoten Dieses B chlein enth lt dar ber hinaus auch einige liebevoll skizzierte Zeichnungen, bspw von einem fliegenden Besen oder dem Quidditchspielfeld Also bekommt auch dieses Buch aus der Hogwarts Bibliothek von mir nicht nur 5 Sterne, sondern auch wieder eine uneingeschr nkte Lese Es ist einfach der Wahnsinn, was J.K Rowling f r eine Fantasie besitzt So ein detailreiches Handbuch ber die Geschichte des Quidditch im Wandel der Zeiten mit vielen verschiedenen Spielern, Mannschaften und Anekdoten Dieses B chlein enth lt dar ber hinaus auch einige liebevoll skizzierte Zeichnungen, bspw von einem fliegenden Besen oder dem Quidditchspielfeld Also bekommt auch dieses Buch aus der Hogwarts Bibliothek von mir nicht nur 5 Sterne, sondern auch wieder eine uneingeschr nkte Leseempfehlung f r alle Harry Potter Fans Ver en la lista de pr stamos del libro el nombre de Cedric Diggory y llorar a mares. Quidditch Through the Ages, J.K Joanne kathleen Rowling 1965 , Kennilworthy Whisp Pseudonym Quidditch Through the Ages is a 2001 book written by British author J K Rowling using the pseudonym of Kennilworthy Whisp about Quidditch in the Harry Potter universe It purports to be the Hogwarts library s copy of the non fiction book of the same name mentioned in several novels of the Harry Potter series 2002 Quidditch Through the Ages, J.K Joanne kathleen Rowling 1965 , Kennilworthy Whisp Pseudonym Quidditch Through the Ages is a 2001 book written by British author J K Rowling using the pseudonym of Kennilworthy Whisp about Quidditch in the Harry Potter universe It purports to be the Hogwarts library s copy of the non fiction book of the same name mentioned in several novels of the Harry Potter series 2002 1380 103 9645757150 2001 Slightly better than FB, this one reads like a long a boring textbook on the history of a wizarding game.But that s probably because it s exactly that Don t get me wrong It s fascinating in its way, but I ve never cared much for ANY kind of sports history It bores me to tears At least this has magic, no It s written well It still just happens to be a short history. I m not a sports fan as many others are However, I do enjoy watching some soccer matches whenever there is a European or World Championship When I watched Harry Potter, I was amused by the wizarding sport 1, Quidditch, but nothingThen came the 4th book movie and with them the Quidditch World Cup and I was enamoured The atmosphere of the gathering before it all went wrong , the intricacies of the rules and mascots and rivalries and the games themselves the enthusiasm was palpable I m not a sports fan as many others are However, I do enjoy watching some soccer matches whenever there is a European or World Championship When I watched Harry Potter, I was amused by the wizarding sport 1, Quidditch, but nothingThen came the 4th book movie and with them the Quidditch World Cup and I was enamoured The atmosphere of the gathering before it all went wrong , the intricacies of the rules and mascots and rivalries and the games themselves the enthusiasm was palpable and I m not in the least bit surprised that there are some people in this world that actually are playing Quidditch and holding tournaments.This book is one of two school books of Harry s that can be found in the library of Hogwarts He reads it in preparation for becoming the seeker of Gryffindor Thus, the reader, like Harry, is taught the history and regulations of the sport through very quirky and funny chapters.This particular edition is the brand new audio version narrated by Andrew Lincoln who does a superb job Many will be surprised and not actually count on his native British accent since he s faking an American one so well on TWD But believe me, the man is very much British Want proof Here it is.J.K Rowling published this, as the other school book, in support of Comic Relief and now Lumos which makes the purchase a good deed on top of a must have for any fan.And yes, this new release of an audio version, lining up with the release of so many other special editions also due to the anniversaries , has sparked hopes in many fans myself included that this quirky little addition to the wizarding world will one day be adapted for the screen as well preferrably with Andrew Lincoln in it squeals Did You Know That There Are Ways Of Committing A Foul In Quidditch The Game First Began To Evolve On Queerditch Marsh What Bumphing Is That Puddlemere United Is Oldest Team In The Britain And Ireland League Founded All This Information And Much Could Be Yours Once You Have Read This Book This Is All You Could Ever Need To Know About The History, The Rules And The Breaking Of The Rules Of The Noble Wizarding Sport Of Quidditch I ve read worse Rita Skeeter, Daily Prophet And I was like SHUT UP, you old douche bag Also, that object of a thief s curse is amusing.So, let s dive into the Quidditch Guide I usually don t indulge myself much in sports section but Quidditch has always been alluring one The originality of game initially known as Kwidditch is quite peculiarly appealing The traces of those borrowed from a witch s diary are a really fun part, actually the way she described the game But the all the bI ve read worse Rita Skeeter, Daily Prophet And I was like SHUT UP, you old douche bag Also, that object of a thief s curse is amusing.So, let s dive into the Quidditch Guide I usually don t indulge myself much in sports section but Quidditch has always been alluring one The originality of game initially known as Kwidditch is quite peculiarly appealing The traces of those borrowed from a witch s diary are a really fun part, actually the way she described the game But the all the bladder business of dragons, goats used in the game is really creepy The Anti Muggle precautions are bizarre, and types of fouls totally hilarious I expected it to drag or bore me but it never wavered my attention for a single second The continents wise categorization along with the team descriptions is, in fact, detailed one but I demandillustrations The Snitch which was at first used as a Live bird Snidget Later on, The Ministry of Magic banned its use in the game replacing it with charmed Snitch And all of the sudden nostalgia hits you while relishing the pages The first game of Harry Potter, Ronald Weasley, Fred and George Weasley actually almost the whole Weasley Family, even Ginny played it and all that cheering for the house Gryffindor And of course how can I forget the World Cup P.S And before Ginny says SHUT IT Go and read it

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