[Review] Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, Book 1


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    Looking for something which is written intentionally for the children and still it is engaging for the adults? then here is the masterpiece. The series consists of seven books and they are more like the seven chapters of Harry Potter’s life.

    The author J.K. Rowling wanted to write a longer series from the beginning that’s why she never introduced the main characters completely in the initial parts. Hidden things about characters and events made the children more curious about the series.

    All of us were told that Harry’s parents were killed by the one who should not be named but the reason remains unknown or buried deep among those in higher ranks in the first part.

    Stephen Fry is the hired official narrator for the series so his voice will be heard till the last line. It was Harry’s birthday when he finally got the letter from Hogwarts and the reality of the different happening was revealed to him by Hagrid.

    [Review] Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, Book 1

    His uncle and aunt never wanted to send him to the school of magic and the reason was sheer jealousy. Thus with Harry entering the school, J.K Rowling starts the adventure which will go on for the next seven years.

    With Harry new dangers also come to Hogwarts and the headmaster is quite alarmed to see that the evil forces are trying to return and he might not be able to stop them this time. Harry with the help of his friends finds the Philosopher’s stone i.e the one that can turn imagination into reality.

    [Review] Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, Book 1

    In this way, he stops the first attempt of the dark lord in coming back to the world of flesh. This does not end the tale rather this was a mere beginning and there is more to come in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Book 2, and Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Book 3.

    The first part tells one thing i.e Harry Potter might not be the strongest wizard in the world but he surely is the bravest and most caring one of all.  Enjoy the wizarding journey with this awesome series in the enchanting narration to get a deeper dive into this fantasy world.

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