Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince is the 6th book and popularly known as the darkest one among them so far. There is the death of a major character, Harry falls in love, and other events that allow Harry Potter’s maturity to blossom. Half-Blood Prince was released 2 years after the 5th book, which left readers in high anticipation for this one.
Things become more serious and heavier in the 6th book, but these all the deaths and evil are leveled out by the fun adventures of Harry and his friends while growing up. They experience the struggles of growing up associated with becoming a teenager. Compared to the previous books, J.K. Rowling especially loved writing Half-Blood Prince.
Half-Blood Prince is not like the other books that came before it because this is when Dumbledore tells Harry that his capability of loving is what makes him powerful than Voldemort. This is the strongest weapon of Harry because it lets him gain an understanding of the people who surround him. Similar to honesty, love is what empowers people to see and imagine what people can experience and feel.
The love Harry can feel equips him with the imagination of how it is to be in Voldemort’s life, what he fears the most, and his past. Harry’s capacity to love is what makes him avoid power and become immortal, which is what Voldemort promises. Harry remains to have a pure heart and to desire for peace. How his ability will play out is still a mystery, which is why listening to the entire series is what you should do because the success of Harry Potter is from the impact it has on people’s lives. Despite the protests against it, the books remain to be worth listening to.
List book of Harry Potter
- Harry Potter and the Philosopher Stone
- Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secret
- Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
- Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
- Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
- Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
- Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows