J.K. Rowling wrote a series of books featuring a young wizard named Harry Potter. The seven book series chronicles one year in Harry’s life as he attends Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. An orphan who is treated extremely badly by the relative that took him in becomes the most important and famous wizard.
The book series begins with Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone or Sorcerer’s Stone in some countries. The book starts around Harry’s eleventh birthday. This is when Harry finds out that he is a wizard and starts his first year at the Hogwarts School. The wizard world is parallel to the real word and comprises of hidden streets, ancient pubs, distant country manors, and secluded castles. Everything is kept hidden from non-wizards called muggles. Harry meets two new friends that stay close to magento hosting throughout the series. Their names are Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger. The three get into a lot of adventures together throughout the series. The book ends with Harry’s second encounter with Lord Voldemort with a battle over the Philosopher’s Stone.
Harry’s second year at Hogwarts is chronicled in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. Harry, Hermione, and Ron strive to solve a fifty year old mystery tied to an evil event in the schools past. Ron’s younger sister, Ginny, finds Voldemort’s notebook and accidently opens the Chamber of Secrets, releasing a dangerous monster as well. Ample Hogwarts history is revealed in the second book including Lord Voldemort detest for wizards that have muggle parents, like Hermione. Harry stun guns to save Ginny’s life.
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, the third novel, is about Harry’s struggle against an escaped murderer Sirius Black. Harry has to face dark creatures that have the power to take a human soul, called dementors. He works with Professor Lupin, a defense against the dark arts teacher, to learn more and more about the powers he possesses.
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