Now I know it may seem intimidating trying to catch up with a series that has this many books, but I'm here to break it down and provide a guide of how to go about reading this series.
Often, readers are saddled with the impression that they should finish a book they're reading before moving onto the next one, but what happens when what you read really depends upon how you feel? What about the person who reads to feel entertained, to learn something, to feel comfort and nostalgia, to relax and destress, to get amped up about life, to gain inspiration for something their writing, to connect with and inspire others? All of these emotional categories warrant varying genres, and one book very rarely will fulfill them all.
After the overwhelming success of Mina Lima's illustrated Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, the dynamic duo that completed the art for the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts films has announced that they will be illustrating the second book of the Potter series, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, and it's set to release in the coming fall!
"In the final months of the year – in the second lockdown and with Christmas approaching – secondhand book sales were dominated by JK Rowling’s Harry Potter books," reported The Guardian.
Fans of period drama adaptations will be thrilled to know that PBS is bringing James Herriot's novel, All Creatures Great and Small, to life and it's sure to be breathtaking.