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Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix by J.K. Rowling
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Dec 13, 2012

it was amazing
Read on December 13, 2012

This was a great book! This book was very well based of the past books that J.K. Rowling has written. It is the fifth book of the Harry Potter series. J.K. Rowling has very well used the other books of the series, in the mystifying plot of this book. She has also created very new and well written plots for Harry’s life at his school, Hogwarts. She has done a stellar job of having Harry’s world grow along with him. In the first couple of books she described more minuscule plots of Harry’s years at Hogwarts, but in the fifth book she went above and beyond what I expected from the book. In past books Harry has encountered the face to face wrath of the infamous Lord Voldemort, but in this book Harry is dealing with Voldemort inside of his head. With time running out, Harry has been asked by Dumbledore to learn how to shut this out from his mind, but with his least favorite teacher refusing to teach him this, and his defense against the dark arts teacher, who was put in by the Ministry of Magic to make sure that Dumbledore didn’t make all of the students an army against the ministry, won’t teach Harry how to fight against these dark forces and won’t let him learn on his own. J.K. Rowling has displayed complex creativity and passion for writing and story telling in this book.
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