Insider's Guide to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter - Savino Bellini

Insider's Guide to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter

By Savino Bellini

  • Release Date: 2012-11-02
  • Genre: Travel & Adventure
Score: 3.5
3.5
From 102 Ratings

Description

A detailed guide through Universal's Wizarding World of Harry Potter with information about tie in's to the original fiction.  Insider information, rumors and more.

Learn which clothing on display was actually worn by the film stars.  Learn the attractions that were planned and never placed, find out what was there before the Wizarding transformation.  Learn Secrets only the insiders know!

Reviews

  • Alpineskicrazy

    4
    By Alpineskicrazy
    They don't tell you where it is located.Jk Rolling was spelled wrong they spelled it jo rolling by the way I don't think I spelt rolling right.But still good it has good info so I will give ⭐️⭐️⭐️and a half stars but I went with 3 because I don't know how to get a half of a star
  • Good, could use some improvement.

    3
    By Purplecatmann
    I thought this booklet was interesting and eye opening, but it could be improved. There were a lot of typos and grammatical errors that, if fixed, would greatly improve the quality.
  • Too Many Mistakes:(

    1
    By She_shee
    This book should have been read through many times, but as I can tell it hasn't.Here is a couple of examples: Voldrmort,Harry Potter and the Order of the Deathly Hallows.If the author knew more about Harry Potter there wouldn't be mistakes. Maybe read through your work and you wouldn't be getting all these rude comments because I'm agreeing with them.Trial and error is what you need a little of.This book should be taken off of the iBooks app asap.One star is what this app diserves.
  • Way Too Many Typos!

    1
    By toonieb
    As I was reading, I noticed multiple times that they spelled "Radcliffe" wrong, a common mistake. I kept reading and stumbled on the word "Voldermort". For some reason, I kept going, even though I knew that there were a few mistakes. Once I got to the point where they said "Harry Potter and the Order of the Deathly Hallows", I knew that I couldn't continue. Being as big of an HP fan as I am, I was kind of offended that they got so many things wrong. I mean, if you're going to write a book, you have to know what your writing about! Is it that hard to look up these things!?
  • Good book

    4
    By Iren H-V
    I liked this book very much and recommend it to Harry Potter lovers like me. I was a bit disappointed with the grammar in the book, because it was worse than mine and I am 9! Nonetheless, it is a great book!
  • Typos galore

    2
    By Atlz3
    Please edit. On another note, book has some interesting insight into this area of theme park.
  • Would like to know...

    2
    By countmountbatton
    I have just started reading this book and found myself getting irritated at the typo's and grammatical errors found on nearly very page I've read so far. I know that very few people pay attention to such things and overlook them in search of the content of the material. I, however, am an avid reader and teacher, so the many spelling errors and grammatical mistakes are attention grabbing and distracting. The content means nothing if it is not presented well. Please know that there is no harm in having someone edit your work before you publish and sell it. If this site allowed refunds I would request one solely on the poor grammar contained herein.
  • Awesome!

    5
    By Mr. Buttcheaks
    This book is incredible!
  • Wizarding world of Harry potter

    5
    By Bookbed
    Good to know. I am a Draco Malloy fan! Go slytherin