The game of Quidditch is never easy, and most importantly, it is totally unpredictable. What if even after scoring more goals, the seeker of the opposite team found the snitch before your team did? That would mean they score 150 points, and you lose. Ain�t that a shame!
Confused? Why, don�t worry because now you can brush up your knowledge of this competitive sport with the help of Quidditch Through the Ages. Written by J. K. Rowling as a companion to the Harry Potter series, this book is filled with amazing information that you cannot find anywhere else. Like, did you know, there are almost 700 ways in which one can commit a foul in Quidditch, and that the oldest team in the Britain is Puddlemore United. Rowling provides some amazing facts and pointers that make the game as exciting as it is.
J. K. Rowling started writing at the tender age of five and had nominal success as a writer until she wrote the first book in the Harry Potter series in 1990 and today, her name is synonymous with the character. After Philosopher�s stone, Rowling went on to write six more books in the Harry Potter series, encompassing the young wizard�s academic life in Hogwarts along with his many adventures. She has also written two other companion books to the saga, namely, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and The Tales of Beedle the Bard. The Casual Vacancy marked Rowling�s foray into adult-themed novels, and received positive response from readers and critics alike.
Quidditch Through the Ages has been published by Bloomsbury Publishing PLC in English and comprises 128 pages. The ISBN 10 number of this paperback book is 140880302X, and ISBN 13 number is 9781408803028. So buy your copy online today and read in detail about the most fascinating game of the wizarding world.