So...It was interesting, yes. However, I got quickly tired of reading the same after page 50. For this reason I didn't really finished. There are a couple of essays at the end that I didn't read which regard the final events of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. I don't think I'd read anything new, and the vision of the author is more than clear with what I read.Despite the fact that it's repetitive, I appreaciate that a Christian author decides to see the good that is present in Harry Potter books. One of the most annoying things in this world -for me- are Christians claiming that it's a work from the devil. Ignorant fools, in my opinion. Only a wicked, twisted mind, is able to see evil in a work full of values and morals as Harry Potter is.