Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
by J.K. Rowling
Hello everyone, it is time for another book review. This time the book is Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by J.K. Rowling. The book is 313 pages long. I really enjoy this book because I feel like it is when the events in the series start to snowball together and the main conflict between Harry and Voldemort (yeah,I said it) becomes more tangible.I also felt like this book was a good balance between happy moments and feel good moments and serious parts. Harry is Finally able to meet someone that is technically family that is not the his sorry excuse for a family the Dursleys which makes Harry extremely happy, but on the other hand he also meets the Dementors. Dementors are magical creatures that sick the happiness and eventually the soul from a persons body.
Like the other books The Prisoner of Azkaban is filled with all sorts of wonders of the magical world from moving staircases ( No, not an escalator. Silly muggle) moving pictures, talking paintings, werewolves, shape shifters and many more amazing things that live only in the world of Harry Potter. Anyone looking for a riveting story filled with mystery, surprise twists, and great conflict both physical and narrative should give this book a try. I do recommend reading the other books first though.
“The consequences of our actions are always so complicated, so diverse, that predicting the future is a very difficult business indeed.”-Albus Dumbledore
J.K. Rowling really makes Dumbledore a very inspiring character who always has something interesting to say. I really like this quote because Dumbledore is trying to explain how life will do whatever it wants and the things we do or don’t do will always affect something and that trying to plan and predict what you are gonna do or where you are gonna be is pretty much impossible. So, let’s take a step back and not try to control or plan everything and just try take the week step by step. Thank you guys for reading.
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