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This has to be the best book I have read in a very long time. I pity kids who are not allowed to read this book. There is no bad language in comparison to teenage words (I can talk, I'm 13). This book has friendship, critical thinking, and promotes nonviolence. I think people trying to ban this book have real problems. This book shows kids that you can start at rock bottom and become the most powerful being in the world. I would not have read this book if my friends hadn't. But I started in first period at 8:00 and finished by 8th period at 3:15. I could have read the whole book in an hour but those darned teachers kept trying to make me learn. (That was a joke.) If you have any reason not to read this book, ignore it. You will be glad you did. P.S. If anyone knows J.K.Rowling, tell her she needs to write about a female charecter. And tell her it better be as great a series as Harry Potter.il you see it - I guarantee you will not be wasting your money on this purchase. There is a boy named Harry Potter who lives with his aunt and uncle. His Aunt and Uncle hate him so much. He gets yelled at a lot and has to do a lot of work. Gold table lamps, One day a giant named Hagrid comes to give Harry a letter to invite him to go to Hogwarts School of witchcraft and wizardry. He then finds out that his parents were wizards. His Aunt and Uncle told him they died in a car accident, but they were really killed by an evil wizard named Voldemort. So he goes to Hogwarts and goes in the Gryffindor group. He meets Ron and Hermione, and they are Harry's best friends. They are trying to find out what Voldemort is looking for. They go pass a three headed dog, through devil snares, a bunch of flying keys that you have to catch to open the door, a real chess game, and finally in a room with a mirror lamps. There they find Professor Quirrel who takes out his turban, which reveals a weak Voldemort. Voldemort asks Harry to look in the mirror and tell him what he sees. Harry saw him holding the Sorcerer Stone. Quirrel tries to take it but when Harry touched him he started to burn. He died but Voldemort soul comes out and goes right through Harry. The Sorcerer Stone makes whoever holding it immortal, Harry was holding it so he didn't die. The year was over in Hogwarts and he went back to his Aunt and Uncle's house.
I liked this story because I was always glued to the gold lamp. Everything was interesting like when Quirrel took off his turban and you find Voldemort (the scariest name to say in the story) in the back of his head's.
" Harry would have screamed, but he couldn't make a sound. Where there should have been a back to Quirrel's head, there was a face, the most terrible face Harry had ever seen. It was chalk white with glaring red eyes and slits for nostril, like a snake." It was interesting to read this passage.
Another quote that was interesting to me was this one: "Yes..." said Ron softly, "it's the only way... I've got to be taken." These two quotes lead to something big in this story.
My favorite part of this story is when Harry finally meets Quirrel and Voldemort next to the Mirror of Erised. Harry was told to look into it and tell Quirrel what he saw. Harry lied, but Voldemort who was behind Quirrel turban the whole time knew he lied. A battle broke between Harry and Quirrel. When Harry touched him he burned and died. But Voldemort's soul comes out and looks like killed Harry. I like this part because the mystery in the story is solved and you know who lived and died. This is a great book to read. Gold table Lamps.
 
 
 

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