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Why should a book that throws in random acts of magic be considered "Historically Accurate" ??


 

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Rod Martin Jr (lone77star) says

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    Link10103 3 years ago

    One has to wonder why that is, especially since there are very little if any other sources to cross reference its validity.

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    Link10103 3 years ago

    I dont disagree with that, but when people claim the magical parts are true but then say stuff like Harry Potter is fiction...you kind of have to scratch your head a bit.


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