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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by J.K. Rowling

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AuthorJ.K. Rowling
TitleHarry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
SeriesHarry Potter
Volume3
Year1999
GenreFantasy
 
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Submitted by Katie 
(Oct 19, 2003)

I think that this book is the best. I have fallen for her series of books and the movies that were based on her books. Harry Potter is very well explained as a character, I want to see more of these books. I have just finished the 4th book about Harry, Ron, Hermione and Sirius. Sirius is one of my most favourite character in her series, (He is Harry's godfather). I like how she tells in such a short time that Harry and Sirius have made some kind of thing that is so real, even though it is just a story. When I read her books I feel that I am there with them and I feel what they do. I think when you read a book that is how you should feel and if not, then how can you enjoy the book? Thank you, J.K. Rowling for your books - you are a great writer and I am looking forward to more Harry Potter books.


Submitted by Anonymous 
(Oct 19, 2003)

This book was amazing. I was so hooked it took me three days to read it and I'm reading it again.

J. K Rowling is an amazing writer, with the ability to feel you know some of her characters personally. I even had my dad read 'The Sorceror's Stone', he doesn't like very many books, but wants to read 'The Chamber of Secrets'.

This book has some of the most likable characters I have ever seen. Some, like Lupin, you can almost feel sorry for (he's very nice, but has hardly any money and has trouble finding jobs because of what he is). Others just tickle you pink, like Fred and George Weasley.

All in all this book, I think would make a wonderful movie and I can't wait for it to come out.


Submitted by Anonymous 
(May 18, 2003)

This book is totally one of my favorite books of all time! Harry learns more about the death of his parents and finds out about one relative (sort-of) that is still alive and Harry really should have someone else to look after him who cares and understands him. Harry also learns about trust and how it killed his parents by trusting the wrong person and he learns why Snape really hates Harry, his father, Lupin, and Black! J. K. Rowling is truly a great author and I am honored to own all of her masterpieces that she has written so far. You are doing a great job J. K. Rowling! Keep up the good work!


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