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Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone was a great book to start off the rest of the series. I enjoyed the characters in this book. I think that this book had the best story line to it in comparison to the other books in the series. This book grabbed my attention and kept me interested the whole time. This book was good enough to make me want to experience the other books in the series. I like the kinds of books that have magical and mystical things in it and thats why I would highly reccomend it to other kids or even people of all ages who are interested in this type of stuff. Fluorescent Table Lamps, and the Sorcerers Stone was full of action and excitement and I would reccomend it to people who love reading a good book.

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone is a fantasy book by J.K. Rowling. It shows you magic and spells. The protagonist is Harry, and he has two friends to help him on his adventure. They are Hermione and Ron. They try to help their school and they succeed. Harry is always in trouble, Ron always afraid, and Hermione is a teacher's pet. Harry and his friends are trying to save the school by finding the Sorcerer's Stone because someone is trying to take it and use it for bad magic.

What I liked about the book is that it had a lot of excitement. It was interesting when Harry and Ron were playing wizard chess, and they had to tell the pieces where to go. Fluorescent Lamps, I thought it was cool when the queen stood up and hit the other chess piece. I also liked when Ron tried a magic trick on his rat and it just made a noise. It was interesting when Harry ran right through the wall so he could get on the train to go to school. It was suspicious when Snape was always there when Harry, Ron, and Hermione were always trying to figure out the mystery. However, I didn't like when Ron didn't die playing the big version of wizard chess. The chess players were so brutal to the people it would have made more sense if he had been killed. There were a lot of Fluorescent lamps, Weasley family members and it would be interesting to see how they would have reacted to Ron's death. This is a wonderful fantasy book that can take you to another place that is magical.

 
 
 

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