Harry Potter und der Gefangene von Askaban (Harry Potter #3)
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at the end of the book, Sirius wrote harry a letter. on the letter he explained there was money in his account and it was to make up for 13…more Vicki G,
at the end of the book, Sirius wrote harry a letter. on the letter he explained there was money in his account and it was to make up for 13 years of birthday gifts. he had Crookshanks, Hermoine's cat take the order to the owl office and ordered it using another name. (less) (hide spoiler)]
Harry is getting his sass on. I love it.
Re-Read in December 2014 for Harry Christmas to You
OH MAN. THIS BOOK IS SO MY FAVORITE.
The phone conversation at the beginning between Ron and Uncle Vernon was PRICELESS. I wish so much that that scene had been in the movie.
I was so into reading this book that I failed to take notes, so I don't have many specifics to add except that I love how Crookshanks was basically Sirius's secret agent spy cat friend and I LOVE THAT.
Also, this ...more
I last read this book when I was 14 years old, given that I'm almost 32 now, I have a whole new perspective on it. Despite the fact that I gave this book 5 stars previously, I have to admit that it didn't grow on me until this, my second read.
Confession time: I didn't like Remus or Sirius.
*Khanh ducks as rotten fruit and eggs are thrown her way*
OK, OK, I'M SORRY! I've since changed my mind! Notice that I used the past tense.
Obviously, there will be spoilers for the book below, for the 1.5 of yo ...more
“I solemnly swear that I am up to no good.”
I was 16 years old, and I ha ...more
Crookshanks swished his tail back and forth as he crept up the stairs to the boys' bedrooms. He knew the rat wasn't what it was pretending to ...more
When I finished Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban for the first time, it immediately became my next favourite book. J. K. Rowling outdid herself, and wrote something even bigger and better than before. And she'll keep doing it for another 4 books.
There's just nothing to criticise about book 3. Compared to the other books there's not a single scene that makes me uncomfortable, that I'd prefer ...more
It marks a distinct change in tone and a maturation of the writing. As the characters grew older, the challenges they faced became more dark and intense. The plot became murkier especially in regard to Sirius and his involvement (or lack thereof) in the murders of Potter’s parents. It all just got so much better. I think this is a large part of Rowling’s success. She could have fell into a trap and continuously wrote books like the first two, ...more
But reading and watching the movie truly is a different experience. Even though I've seen the movies repeatedly year after year, I was still on my toes while I was turning the pages of my book. It was like I was seeing all of this for ...more
I'm such a peasant for judging this series before I had read it. I read the first two and half of this one when I was about 10, before reading was cool, before I had the attention span that reading requires (I know these are kids' books but I was a particularly distracted child). I did not know, Mother Rowling. Forgive my sin, and all the times wh ...more
كلب اسود غريب يظهر لهاري وحده يسبب له الفزع، إنه نذير الشؤم
يبدأ هاري عامه الدراسي بأغرب الاحداث..ويقابله وزير السحر ويقدم إستثناء خاص لهاري غير متوقع
مجرم وقاتل هارب من ازبكان..له ماض سئ مع عائله هاري بوتر..ينجح في التسلل للمدرسة ويسبب فزعا كبيرا
لم يستطع احد الامساك به برغم حراسة المدرسة بحراس أفظع من المجرمين نفسهم..يبثون الرعب في التلاميذ..بالاخص هاري
مدرس الدفاع ضد السحر الأسود هذه المرة هو الأفضل..إلا إنه ي ...more
Be on the look out for Stepheny Potthead aka The Book Pusher aka Quick Draw Stepheny aka The Nutty Professor. Last seen running along side the Knight Bus with Harry Potter's invisible cloak. Also Suspected in the kidnapping of fellow Goodreader Jeff and best-selling author Stephen King. Blonde Hair...big green doll eyes, has a frightening maniacal cackle and a tendency to whine when she doesn't get her way. LOUDLY. Considered a ...more
Wow, did this book do better than the previous book on MULTIPLE levels.
I feel like this is the book where the series begins to mature and im so here for it. The first half was similar to the other books and was really losing my attention, but the second half picked up so much and I was honestly giving up valuable sleep time to keep up with the book
- The characters – honestly are everything
- The characters in this book are so COMPLEX I LOVE IT
- Lupin is the best human bein ...more
Sirius Black's escape from Azkaban prison is on every wizard's lips. Not even the dreaded guards of the prison, the Dementors, managed to keep in a cage the wicked wizard, who probably want to meet again his master, Voldemort. But to do that, firstly he must kill Harry Potter, the only one capable to stand up to Voldemort... Meanwhile, the new school year is about to start at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, and Harry, Ron a...more
D’you get it? It’s because every goddamn sentence of this book contains either a dash or an ellipsis. (That’s one of the...problems….)
I’m debating whether to unleash the anti-Snape rant that’s been building up inside me for a decade now. I think I’ll wait until his supposedly redeeming backstory is revealed. What book is that in? Anyway, ju ...more
Slay, girl, slay!
I find movie Harry much more likable than book Harry.
THIS IS A THING?!?
I am so down!
THIS JUST MADE MY DAY.
“You think the dead we love ever truly leave us? You think that we don’t recall them more clearly than ever in times of great trouble?”
*Guess which character said the above quote. (view spoiler)[ Dumbledore, duh! (hide spoiler)]
The following isn’t really a review, more like random thoughts while and after reading the magical book:
1. Aunt Marge deserved it alright. Lol.
2. I’m against hurting kids but could I make a bloody exception with Draco?
3. I enjoyed every class with Prof. Lupin. I agre ...more
The following checklist will tell you all you need to know about Harry Potter and the Prisoner ...more
“I solemnly swear that I am up to no good.”
Re-read - Only the Quidditch scenes earned five stars from me. This book is EPIC. Suffice to say that Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban is the best of the series. The story gets darker and more complex than the previous books. Harry, Ron and Hermiome don't chase the clue this time, they have to find a way to guard their lives from the most horrendous prisoner, Sirius Black.
“Harry Potter was a highly unusual boy in many ways.”
Harry grows up ...more
I don't understand why they use time travel in this one,and not in the other books.That would have made things a lot easier.
The third book in the Harry Potter series is by far the best of the first three. We get introduced to Sirius Black early on in the book, and I have to say, he’s my favorite character to date in the series. Getting more answers about Harry’s parents and past, you can tell this book sets up so many things for future books.
Sirius and Remus were the best part of the book for me. I could see where THIS would be the book that hooks so many HP fans. Don’t get me wrong, the first two are good, but the ...more
Whatever. This is my favorite book in the series. I'll write a full review when I can think about Harry Potter without feeling like I've been sucker punched.
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Although she writes under the pen name J.K. Rowling, pronounced like rolling, her name when her first Harry Potter book was published was simply Joanne Rowling. Anticipating that the target audience of young boys might not want to read a book written by a woman, her publishers demanded that she use two initials, rather than her full name. As she had no middle name, she ch ...more
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Mr. Prongs agrees with Mr. Moony, and would like to add that Professor Snape is an ugly git.
Mr. Padfoot would like to register his astonishment that an idiot like that ever became a professor.
Mr. Wormtail bids Professor Snape good day, and advises him to wash his hair, the slimeball.”