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해리포터와 불사조 기사단 (Vol 3 of 5)

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설명이 필요없는 <해리포터 시리즈> 다섯 번째 이야기가 출간됐다. 전5권 예정. 출간 당시 해외에서 1300만부를 찍었으며 국내에서도 초판 100만부의 대기록을 세우기도. 4권 『불의 잔』 말미에서 덤블도어 교수가 “우리는 어둠과 어려운 시기에 직면하고 있습니다”라고 경고한 것처럼, 전편에 비해 어둡고 깊이있는 내용의 이야기가 전개된다.

이번 편도 어김없이 호그와트의 방학기간 동안 이모네 집에 머무르는 해리의 모습으로 이야기가 시작된다. 해리를 괴롭히지 못해 안달이 난 사촌 두들리를 마법으로 골려먹으려는 해리. 그런데 아즈카반의 간수 디멘터들이 갑자기 등장, 해리와 두들리에게 덤벼든다. 간신히 위기에서 벗어난 해리는 머글에게 마법을 사용한 혐의로 청문회에
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Published November 22nd 2003 by 문학수첩 (first published January 1st 2003)
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Jesse Herring
Well, I think this site new this one was my least favorite Harry Potter book out of the series, cause the Korean version was the only one I could find. And if you had any inkling, No, I can not read Korean. :) (HAHAHA!!) The book was wonderful. I loved the ending, and the change from being a beginning of a series, to the race towards the finish, but I just didn't care too much for this one. Now, I do still like it, it's just my least favorite out of the series. I could never hate the book that i ...more
Awesome work, loved it!!
Pendred Noyce
My frustration with this book was that in the first half, the Order of the Phoenix seems to do little but argue with one another. What steps do they actually take against Voldemort? And later on, why is the prophecy so important, anyway? There was lots of the usual good fun and good magic here, but the plot seemed thin to me.
Mcfuzzy Banana
Okay, so I didn't read the Korean version, but wish I did though :) Anyway, although I didn't like this book particularly, I LOOOOVE the series. It's amazing! J.K. Rowling is pure genius. She is able to twist the plot and keep you hooked to the book.
Oct 19, 2009 Jazmyne marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
i have not yet read this book , but a lot of people have said it's really great
it was a very interesting and exciting book. it was kind of different from the movie.
Didn't read this in Korean, but book 5 isn't coming up in English.
So, Thar it is.
this is a really good book and i love the name harry
Korean translation of Harry Potter!!!! (Coolest thing ever)
Again an awesome story for our tweens and teens
5 stars because it is a really a good and book
Sam Starbuck
Fun read, really the beginning of the end.
edisi hp yg paling tebal...
another great Harry Potter book.
love Harry Potter,
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