Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Book 3- Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Written by J K Rowling.
Published by Bloomsbury.

In this book, Harry finds out about a new individual: "escaped mass murderer Sirius Black".

According to what he hears, Black was the one who betrayed his parents and told Voldemort where they were living, so that he could kill them. Sirius Black was also the first person to escape from Azkaban, the wizarding prison.

Harry also gets a new Defence Against Dark Arts teacher. Professor Lupin.

A map is given to him by the Weasley twins. It gives information about who is where as well as what is where.

I was very confused as to how these loose ends would get tied up. It made me very curious.

The end is very surprising, as one person is thought to be a villain in most of the book and then he happens to be innocent! A person thought to be dead was found to be alive!

I suppose that is just the way Rowling writes! I loved it!

This review is written by my daughter A, who is 11 years old. 

1 comment:

  1. Nice brief review covering all important points. Thanks A.