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"I hate it." 

Daniel Radcliffe is not pleased with his 'Half-Blood Prince' performance. 

Lev Grossman on ‘The Magician’s Land’ during our Q&A: 'It felt like a world ending'

Introducing the cover of A Year In The Life of Downton Abbey by Jessica Fellowes. 

Warner Brothers has created a Harry Potter Global Franchise Development team

There are a bunch of new UK Harry Potter covers (and you may or may not be able to buy them.)

See 6 more here.

How we reached GIFus Maximus today. 

If this isn’t the best ‘Thrones’-related GIF yet then we don’t know what is. 

Don’t think ‘Song of Ice and Fire’ will get finished? ‘F— you,’ says George R.R. Martin 

This one is really about de-emphasizing her name (leaving it off completely) and having young people connect with the fact that it is a real girl’s diary. This is trying to not show a depiction of Jane, but plays on the interior passion that we get from Jane’s voice. A little straightforward but visually arresting. The hanging body position with dangling legs connects the “killing” to the idea of lynching. The simplicity of the tall constructed letters on the landscape suggests the epic sweep of the book. The legs of two boys coming in from the top foreshadow the fall(s) and keeps the boys apart from everything else. The Rorschach test mark is clearly bloody and ominous. But it also speaks to the psychological issues Golding deals with in the book. The idea here comes from when Holden is in his sister’s school waiting for Phoebe he sees this obscenity written under the stairway and rubs it out, sees another and rubs it out and then comes across

Literary classics imagined as YA books. 

See the captions in full here.

Image Credit: JASON BOOHER for EW

These are John Green’s favorite underrated books

Go nuts, nerdfighters:

This Bloody Mary is the Last Thing I Own by Jonathan Rendall

One of Us by Alice Dreger

Playing the Moldovans at Tennis by Tony Hawks

Kindred by Octavia Butler

The Astonishing Life of Octavian Nothing by M.T. Anderson

Fly on the Wall by E. Lockhart

The Untelling by Tayari Jones

The Golden Rule by Ilene Cooper

A Swift Pure Cry by Siobhan Dowd

Regarding the Pain of Others by Susan Sontag

Did you know that Dr. Seuss had a pretty rad hat collection?

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