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Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince: A Title Review

Summary: The author J.K. Rowling has strategically named each of her books in the Harry Potter series by the theme of the book, thus potentially giving readers a clue as to the nature of Harry's adventure in that book. To what degree does the title of Rowling's book Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince offer clues as to the theme of the novel itself?
"Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince" Written by J.K. Rowling, is the sixth installment in the bold, tantalizing seven part series of a teenage wizard who is faced with many obstacles throughout his career at the magical school named `Hogwarts.' Harry Potter's adventures range from a wide variety of excitement and terror, some may conclude with grand finales, while other adventures are left unfinished to keep the reader guessing "What is next"" It is quite gripping how the author J.K. Rowling has so strategically named each Harry Potter Book to date by the theme of the book. She may be giving the reader a clue as to what Harry's new adventure is. One of the many riddles that begin each new Harry Potter book is the title. "Harry Potter & The Half Blood Prince" encourages the reader to ask ones self "Who is the Half...

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