I’ve always liked the look of the Bonapart’s Cafe at Bristol Temple Meads.
As I said at the time it reminded me of the magical Diagon Alley from the Harry Potter series of films.
This made me smile.
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is the second of five all new adventures in the wizarding world of J.K. Rowling. The newest trailer for the second film has been released at Comic-Con.
I really enjoyed the first film and think I prefer this series to the original Harry Potter films.
If your reason for not buying (or reading) the Harry Potter books was, there wasn’t enough pictures, then you will be pleased to hear that there are now new fully illustrated versions of the books.
All seven books will be made available. The first is the first one… and Amazon have it for half price.
I read them many years ago now, I found the first few books quite lightweight and actually didn’t read them until the films started to come out.. I did enjoy the later darker books which had more depth.
Looking over the samples, I am not sure how much these illustrated versions add to the originals, but I suspect if you are a Harry Potter fan, a completists, you will buy these copies to go alongside the different print versions you already have…
These versions are also available as digital versions from iBooks. These Enhanced Editions include J.K. Rowling’s full original text, with animations, beautiful artwork and interactions, bringing the unforgettable moments from the stories to life.
Those of you who are fans of that Harry Potter will probably have heard of Pottermore, a site created by J K Rowling to tell more of the back story behind Harry Potter. The site is scheduled to go live in October.
It was possible to get early access and I happened to be in the right place at the right time to get an account.
Today the site went live for early access and though I got in quite early, unfortunately the site has been unable since then to cope with the access and has fallen over…