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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by J.K. Rowling
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The Prisoner of Azkaban is where the story gets a little darker and the characters sort of come into their own. We are introduced to several new magical creatures (dementors, werewolves, animagi, and a hippogriff), and new magic too (referring mainly to Hermione's time turner, and the Expecto Patronum spell). J.K. Rowling describes everything in her books so greatly, it's as if she went to Hogwarts as a girl and is now writing about her experiences. How she comes up with all of the things she writes baffles me. Even I don't have that big of an imagination!

**SPOILER ALERT**

Sirius Black is one of my favourites in the series. He is just so caring towards Harry, he truly does love him unconditionally and I was thrilled when I was reading and found out that Sirius was Harry's godfather! It just made me so happy because here was this boy, whose parents were killed in a horrific manner, forced to live with his obnoxious Aunt, Uncle and cousin in a cupboard under the stairs for most of his life, and then finally life gives him a break and he discovers that he has a godfather, who wants nothing but to protect him and care for him. Harry is finally going to get the family he deserves.
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