Harry Potter and the Year he thought it was Snape but it was Quirrel
Harry Potter and the Year he thought it was Draco but it was Ginny
Harry Potter and the Year he thought it was was Sirius but it was Wormtail
Harry Potter and the Year he thought it was Karkaroff but it was Moody/Crouch Jr
Harry Potter and the Year everyone knew it was  Umbridge
Harry Potter and the year it actually did turn out to be Snape
Harry Potter and the Year it turned out to be Harry all along

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A few words on Susan Ee’s ” Angelfall”
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Star rating: ★★ and ½

(Look at all those scintillating 5 stars at the top of every review on goodreads. What is wrong with me? Angelfall has the kind of hype that you can’t ignore, but that makes you feel real lousy when the book is just ‘meh’ to you.)

In a nutshell, here are the
Good points:
- really liked the way that it’s written – surprisingly no disappointment in that department
- enjoyed the dark parts, such as her mother’s illness and description of her behaviors when it takes over – I’ve not read about schizophrenia a lot, especially not in fiction, so that’s interesting + it adds some scariness to the plot

Bad points:
- did not like Raffe (the ‘fallen angel’ character) – I can’t really say why, but I was just generally annoyed at how perfect he was because Edward Cullen kept popping into my head. (I obviously don’t enjoy the romanticizing of non-human men in YA fiction, which probably means that I don’t enjoy paranormal romance in general…)
- it is predictable, even if some details surprised me. It’s pretty obvious where the girl’s and the angel’s relationship is going, but I’m also just glad that the romance hasn’t developed instantly. This book’s not too typical, BUT it is still predictable. (Ugh, or I guess angels just aren’t my cup of tea?)