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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by J.K. Rowling
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Sep 27, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: favorite, 2012-read, owned-books
Read from November 30 to December 03, 2012 — I own a copy

Dark, epic and just extraordinary. Two thumbs up!

Oh by the way, prior to the movie adaption of this film, I would like to give a small statement. Before you start reading the Harry Potter series, PLEASE: Separate the film from the book and you will be impressed. Totally. I remember watching the film but as a huge fan of the book, I must be very unrealistic. I knew there have been a lot of information left out in the film adaption. There were few parts of the book that I wish have been included in the film because it could have made the story richer, but I won't go into detail so I don't give away any of the film's changes and this is a book review, as I remember. :p

This Harry Potter series began with (of course) Harry Potter being pissed off at the Muggle's world by his nasty and beefy muggle relatives. When he escaped his home at the muggle world, he set off to find his way to Hogwarts.

Harry's third year at Hogwarts have been extremely adventurous and righteously scary because a grievous murderer named Sirius Black escaped from Azkaban prison. Sirius was believed to be a follower of Lord Voldemort and now they suppose that he has escaped to kill Harry. The Ministry of Magic use foul creatures called Dementors to protect Hogwarts and the whole wizard world from Sirius. The Dementors, as define by Professor R.J Lupin can suck out happiness and the live out of people, and it brings out the worst memories you had which has a really powerful affect on Harry considering his past. Harry asks for help from the new Defense Against the Dark Arts professor: Remus J. Lupin to help him defend himself against the Dementors. Harry overhears that not only does Sirius want to kill him, but that he used to be a friend of his parents. Sirius betrayed them, telling Voldemort where they were hiding, and kills their other best friend Peter Pettigrew. Harry swears he will kill Sirius for what he did.

I love the twist in the tail of this book. heck, I love Harry Potter! <3
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Salymar Thank you goodreaders! :3

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