Sunday, July 1, 2012

Harry Potter And The Philosopher's Stone by J.K.Rowling

Title : Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone

Author : J.K.Rowling
Publisher : Bloomsbury
Reviewed by : Raghav Sharma (10 years)

Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone is one of the most interesting stories that I have read so far. This book is a key to enter the imaginative world of magic.

The story starts when Harry's parents (both wizards) died and Harry was left to live with Aunt Petunia and her husband - Uncle Vernon.  A bad wizard Lord Vodermot killed Harry's parents but a strange thing happened, he could not kill Harry but ended up giving a scar on Harry's forehead.
The story actually starts getting interesting when Harry is taken to Hogwarts - the school for witches and wizards. Harry is lovingly looked after by Hagrid - the gamekeeper at Hogwarts and by Albus Dumbledore - the most amazing and genius wizard in Hogwarts. Harry finds two friends in Ron and Hermione. It is fund to read how Harry and his friends experience the magical world of Hogwarts.

This book is presented in such a way that readers would wish to be in Hogwarts. Now it is your job to read and feel the magic.

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