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Exploring seems to be what every Pottermore beta-tester is doing these days. They are reading too, trying to gobble up any information they can find on their favorite characters and places. One of the beta-testers is Lev Grossman, a TIME Magazine book critic. He describes his Pottermore experience with his daughter, navigating through the scenes of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. In the excerpt below he describes the format of Pottermore, and how the clues are seen:
You can cycle through three different depths of field: foreground, middle ground, background - they come into focus in turn, and each one highlights different details. You can bring up informational panes dealing with specific topics. Though sometimes you do so inadvertently.
Him and his daughter go on, and while she wants to get sorted, he informs her that they can’t go beyond Chapter 5. It is a very charming article. Read it here. Email or tweet us your Pottermore experience and we will choose the best!