The Harry Potter Read Along Has Begun!

Kat_Mandu_100Hello readers! Today marks the start of our special Harry Potter read-along! Join us for a complete read through of books one through seven, but also the first read of Harry Potter & The Cursed Child. We’ll be reviewing books here on the site, but all the participants will be chatting on the Goodreads group. Join the group and chat along with us! Everyone is welcome (except trolls, of course)!

Also stay tuned for special guest reviews, giveaways, and discussions about our favorite characters, our opinions on books vs. movies, best quotes, and other fun fandom stuff. We’re very excited about this reread, as this is a mass favorite series for the whole One Book Two crew.

Luna_Lovebooks_100Hi all! I am so excited to be able to read/share Harry Potter with you! It is truly a book that will live in the hearts of a generation and its readers for years to come. So whether you are re-reading the series or picking it up for the first time, immerse yourself in an incredible world of friendship, strength and courage and add a little magic to your day!

In case you missed it, here’s a recap of our schedule and daily page count!

Schedule

July 5 – July 19: Harry Potter & The Sorcerer’s Stone. (2 weeks); 309 pages.
After 1 week (halfway through) you should be at page 154 or over, since this is 50%. If you do a daily count, you should read 22 pages a day.

July 20 – August 3: Harry Potter & The Chamber of Secrets. (2 weeks); 341 pages.
After 1 week (halfway through) you should be at page 170 or over, since this is 50%. If you do a daily count, you should read 24 pages a day.

August 4 – August 18: Harry Potter & The Prisoner of Azkaban. (2 weeks); 435 pages.
After 1 week (halfway through) you should be at page 217 or over, since this is 50%. If you do a daily count, you should read 31 pages a day.

August 19 – September 9: Harry Potter & The Goblet of Fire. (3 weeks); 734 pages.
After 1 week, you should be at page 244 or over. After two weeks, you should be at 488 or over. If you do a daily count, you should read 34 pages a day.

September 10 – October 1: Harry Potter & The Order of the Phoenix. (3 weeks); 870 pages.
After 1 week, you should be at page 290 or over. After two weeks, you should be at 580 or over. If you do a daily count, you should read 41 pages a day.

October 2 – October 23: Harry Potter & The Half Blood Prince. (3 weeks); 652 pages.
After 1 week, you should be at page 208 or over. After two weeks, you should be at 416 or over. If you do a daily count, you should read 31 pages a day.

October 24 – November 14: Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows. (3 weeks); 759 pages.
After 1 week, you should be at page 253 or over. After two weeks, you should be at 506 or over. If you do a daily count, you should read 36 pages a day.

All other Harry Potter novels – including The Cursed Child play, Quidditch Through The Ages, Tales of Beedle the Bard, and Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them are “optional” reads after book 7. We’ll set out the schedule for these books closer to the time.

We can’t wait to chat with you on the Goodreads site about Harry Potter.  See you there!

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About Kat Mandu

I'm an urban fantasy and young-adult paranormal writer. I love to cook, rock out to music, and read as much as I can get my hands on. Always believe in your dreams and pursue them no matter what the cost. If you believe in it, it's worth every chance you take.

Posted on July 5, 2016, in Book Chat. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. I’m ready for this!

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