Thoughts On The “Pottermore Presents” Short Stories

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Last year, Pottermore realeased three ebook compilations of short stories related to all things Harry Potter, written by J.K. Rowling. They are called:

Short Stories from Hogwarts of Heroism, Hardship and Dangerous Hobbies
Short Stories from Hogwarts of Power, Politics and Pesky Poltergeists
Hogwarts: An Incomplete and Unreliable Guide

The three volumes are all around 70 pages each, and contain knowledge on many characters, as well as places from the Harry Potter series. I gave all of them 5/5 stars obviously, because I love this universe so much I couldn’t help it.

In these books, you will learn about Professor MacGonnagall and Remus Lupin, but also about Dolored Umbridge, Professor Quirrell, Peeves, Sir Cadogan and Sir Nicholas among others.

If you like diving into the Wizard universe over and over again, then this is definitely something you should check out. It gives out some great information about the wizarding world before Harry Potter, but also before the Marauders and before Voldemort himself, with a passage dedicated to Professor Slughorn among others.

And something I really loved, as a fellow Hufflepuff myself: throughout the series, Harry never got to see the Hufflepuss Common Room, located next to the kitchen. And in the third volume, we can learn more about it, which I really loved.

Overall, this is just more material dedicated especially to the fans, but if you are a Potterhead, then you will most likely enjoy those little stories and pieces of information as much as I did!

If you have read them, what are your thoughts?

More about Harry Potter:
Cursed Child Review
Thoughts on the Philosopher’s Stone
The Exhibition

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