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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by J.K. Rowling
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Jan 25, 11

bookshelves: fiction, i-own, read-in-december, read-in-2010, ya
Read in December, 2010

This is a short review, more a rambling stream of thoughts than a review of my re-read. This book is when Mr. and Mrs. Weasley really become Harry’s acting parents. They have cared about him deeply in the first two books but it is within the pages of this installment that you really see that they love him. They are deeply worried about him with Sirius Black on the run and not just because their children hang out with Harry. I love the Weasley’s ever expanding family. I think it demonstrates how large their hearts are when Harry receives presents from them and Hermione is as much of a summer staple at their house as Ron is.

Professor Lupin is one of my favorite characters in the series. He has had a hard life, with his unique attributes, but still fights for good and has faith in people. He is still such a fighter for those that he cares for.


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