Harry potter and the prisoner of azkaban review book

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harry potter and the prisoner of azkaban review book

Book Review: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by J.K Rowling | Best Fantasy Books Blog

The Harry Potter series are described as 'children books', however, in my opinion, whether you're twelve or twenty two, I highly recommend them!! Now after a long summer and some aunt abusing antics , Harry is back at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, with his trusty best friends: Ron and Hermione. Yet, secret and mysterious things are happening in the wizarding world, and Harry is not safe from the dark and dangerous people at large. Who is the infamous Sirius Black, who escaped from the notorious wizard prison: Azkaban? And what could the fugitive Black possibly want with Harry?
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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by JK Rowling - review

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RSS Feeds. Harry Potter returns for his third year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry amid the fear and hub-bub surrounding the escape of Siruis Black from Azkaban prison. Sirius is a wizard who is said to have killed thirteen people in cold blood including his old friend Peter Pettigrew, and now the top officials of the wizarding world have reason to believe that Black is working for Voldemort and headed for Hogwarts in search of Harry, intending to kill him too. Harry and his best friends, Ron and Hermione, try to go about the school year as normally as possible, but multiple attacks on the castle apparently perpetrated by none other than Black leave everyone feeling anxious. Add to that more conflict, as the overachieving Hermione seems to have finally bitten off more than she can chew, while her new pet leaves her in constant conflict with Ron; a magical Hippogiff under Hagrid's care is wrongfully accused by Malfoy of attacking him; dire predictions by the new Divination teacher, Professor Trelawney; and the fearsome Azkaban guards known as Dementors, stationed outside the school grounds waiting for Black to surface, wreak havoc on Harry's mind.

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Harry is spending another dreadful summer at home with the Dursley's when an unfortunate run in with Aunt Marge ends in her sudden balloon like inflation. Harry runs away and fears expulsion from Hogwarts for his use of magic outside of term time. At the same time Sirius Balck escapes from Azkaban Prison and this adds to Harry's woes as it appears that Black seeks to kill him for his part in foiling Voldemort's plans. Harry arrives back at Hogwarts where the Quidditch season is welcome relief to the presence of the Dementors, mysterious gaurds from Azkaban searching for Sirius Black. Harry, and his friends attempt to unearth the truth surrounding Sirius Black and discover why the Dementor's presence cause im such pain.

According to rumours that have gone unbounded for thirteen years, Sirius betrayed James and Lily Potter to the Dark Lord and caused their death, he then went on to murder a fellow wizard and several other muggle citizens in some kind of mad rage. Whilst storming down the street he finds himself seeing a dark shape in the shadows, a huge black dog that seems to stalk him through the rest of the book. A trip to a bookshop in Diagon Alley reveals to Harry that the menacing creature is in fact a Grim, a magical omen, the sight of which marks the viewer as soon to die. For all these Sirius has been a resident at the wizarding jail; Azkaban. An island ruled over by inhuman and terrifying magical creatures called dementors.

Sirius Black's escape from Azkaban prison is on every wizard's lips. Not even the dreaded guards of the prison, the Dementors, managed to keep in a cage the wicked wiz. Not even the dreaded guards of the prison, the Dementors, managed to keep in a cage the wicked wizard, who probably want to meet again his master, Voldemort. But to do that, firstly he must kill Harry Potter, the only one capable to stand up to Voldemort Meanwhile, the new school year is about to start at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, and Harry, Ron and hermione will become acquainted with two new professors

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    Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by JK Rowling - review The Harry Potter series are described as 'children books', however, in my.

  3. Jim T. says:

    The third book in the Rowling series about the teenage wizard Harry James Potter is the one that really starts to delve into the darker side of the.

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