Voldemort has returned and Harry is being left out of the loop. We find Harry hiding under a bush listening into the muggle news - trying to find any trace of Voldemort. From the very beginning we find that Harry has a lot of pent up anger, he's started to become bitter. Bitter about the fact he has to stay with the Dursley's, that no one will tell him anything. Upset that his friends are spending time together without him. But are these really Harry's feelings? Or is he being fueled by his connection with Voldemort? After almost being expelled for prevent the Dementors from taking his cousin's soul - Harry reenters the wizarding world where people are less tolerant of him and his wild stories - however true they may be. Although work load has tripled as the students get ready for their O.W.L.s Harry is finding it harder and harder to care about his studies, who can concentrate when it looks like Voldemort is steadily on the rise and Dumbledore will barely look Harry in the eyes. All Harry knows is he's searching for a weapon - could that weapon be Harry?
Woo Hoo great book.This is a great book for many reasons it's a bit exciting and sad because one of the best characters ever dies.Anyway I will give you a few reasons why this book is so good…1 So funny when Dumbledore turns up and makes the Dursleys look silly.2 When Harry's O.W.L.S turns up and that he passed everything he wanted to pass.3 Harry gets private lessons with Dumbledore and goes into people's memories.4 When Harry gets a lucky potion from his new potions teacher.5 Horcruxs Harry finds one with Dumbledore but return to Hogwarts with the Dark Mark sent over it.6 They start fighting the Death and none of us get killed.There I have given you 6 reasons why to read this book.I recommend this book for ages 8+.(All I'm trying to say it's a good so read it!!!
I mean, has JK Rowling ever dissapointed us? She bounces back with another unsurprisingly phenomenal book, blowing us away with the power of magic. Action packed book, and as a huge Harry Potter fan, 2nd best book out of all of them. First being Philosophers Stone, obvi. Btw, if you don't like seeing people in pain, this may not be the right movie for you, but stick with this enchanting and enticing book.
This is definitely J.K.'s best book yet. With all the plot twists and cliff- hangers, what's not to love about it? Although I had to rip out my soul at a few pionts in this wonderful book I would definitely read it again. The movie does not do it justice. It is a very dramatic and somewhat dark book and sets the scene up perfictly for Deathly Hallows. I can't wait to start reading the next one!!
this book was a sensation to begin with but as the book went on i thought that jk rowling was starting to just fill up the pages for the sake of it . anthor thing is that were is voldermort he is the person who is the main baddy were is he for the whole book. but all in all it waas a good book
this book was by far my favorite in the series. But it is incomplete without the deathly hallows. I am surprised by Harry's defiance in this book, and Hermiones unwillingness to accept it.Dumbledore is more mysterious than ever in this book.