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Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by J.K. Rowling

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Submitted by Tanmayee
(Mar 27, 2001)

I have just started reading the "Harry Potter" books. I have finished reading "The Chamber of Secrets", which I loved very much. The characters are so real, the lessons at Hogwarts so interesting. The whole book holds your interest till the last moment. There wasn't a single moment I wanted to keep the book down.
I am now reading "The Prisoner of Azkaban" and its even more interesting with adventures and constant excitement. My friend and me have already surfed a lot of Harry Potter sites, have got ourselves in the houses (luckily Griffindor!!!) and keep talking as though we really were at Hogwarts.
I think J.K Rowlings has done an amazing job by writing such wonderful stories that made the reading experience of millions of adults and children wonderful. I am waiting desperately for the movie and the 5th, 6th and 7th books to release!!! Please don't ban these books. You will deprive kids of a great reading experience!!

Submitted by Anonymous
(Mar 20, 2001)

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets is a great book for all ages. This is the kind of book that once you start you feel as thought you are in the story and time slips past you. I started reading the book and it seemed that I had started just a few minutes but actually I had sat there for an hour and a half. This book has so many twists and turns that I started to get scared for Harry, Ron, and, Hermione and I hoped they would be ok. In the story I thought for sure Harry was done for when he met the beast that was turning the kids to stone. I breathed a sigh of relief when he pulled a sword out of the sorting hat and when Phoenix cam to help him. I could not believe that Lord Voldermort was in the dungeon and how Harry beat him!!

Submitted by Wolfie
(Mar 20, 2001)

Good Tidings: Harry again must solve a set of mysterious happening at Warthog's. He must also not get expelled while trying to help Hermione and the others who have been 'victimized' by this evil presence who has the school thinking' Harry is the one doing these rotten acts. Unlike others, I will not reveal who does it or what it is, but the "...Chamber of Secrets" is a nice 2nd book in the series, though not as captivating as the first, of course this is to be expected :) Good reading and entertaining, no matter who or what you are.

Submitted by Anonymous
(Mar 09, 2001)

In fifth grade, Harry Potter books were coming out. Every loved it and my teacher always told the class how she enjoyed it when reading it to her son and daughter. I just thought, oh, it's probably some boring book. Now, in sixth grade we have reading groups, and I am assigned to read Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. I have finished chapter twelve and cannot wait to see who is turning the students to stone! This book is so interesting.I love the characters' personalities, and their plans to find out certain things.

Submitted by Anonymous
(Dec 18, 2000)

Almost came to think Harry is also Slytherin's heir. Great book. Harry saves Giny and kills the Basilisk. Can't wait to read the Goblet of Fire.

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