Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

Marso 17, 2012

So far, Rowling’s book of “MOST’S” in the series.

This book’s packed with the most adventure and the most revelations. There’s the Marauder’s Map, the secret passageways to Hogsmeade, the Azkaban prison, the return of the Whomping Willow Tree, animagi, the Dementors and important people from Harry’s past.

Harry’s learned the most tricks this year. Professor Lupin’s one semester stint in Hogwarts sure turned out to be very beneficial to Harry who was now capable of defending himself from several tiny creatures to powerful and terrifying ones. Aside from being able to summon his very own Patronus(thanks again to Lupin) now, he has learned how to fly a hippogrif courtesy of his good friend Hagrid who was given a very special task in this year in Hogwarts.

Ron and Hermione are their bravest. Harry’s two very loyal friends has truly shown great courage in accompanying Harry in all his usual far-from-safe advetures. Hermione proves a multiple times in this novel that no matter how much regard she has for school rules, she can never let Harry and Ron do things without her.

I find the ending the most exciting one so far. Thanks to Professor Macgonagall’s little gift to Hermione, this book has provided the most exciting ending for me. Not really much fighting and action but the thrill of finding out how things come to a conclusion in the end is enough to keep one turning the pages.

Good read. 🙂


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