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~When hearing about the Harry Potter books, I was skeptical. I have read so many books that are about the same sort of thing, and the authors absolutly murdered the whole idea. After hearing about how good it was from several friends, i finally tried reading it.
The begining, although very interesting, is somewhat hard to get through. It is worth it, though. I fell in love with theis book after the first couple of chapters. I found myself reading it whenever possible. the plot is great, and~~ keeps your attention.
Fantasy lovers will love this book, and I advise you to read all the others, too. JK Rowling is a wonderful author, and puts magic into books about magic!~ When Harry Potter came out about seven years ago, Iron Table Lamps,  I thought that it was just some sort of fad that would die out. I looked warily on all those children who loved the book so much. What was all the commotion about, I thought? Years passed by and Rowling produced more books. I kept my distance and didn't read any of them. Soon however, my own brothers were starting to read it. They sat fixated on her books for hours. I was puzzled and didn't see what the big fuss was about. I just assumed that her books weren't very good and were for little kids. Soon however, my brothers told me to start reading it. Finally, I budged and decided to would read the first book. So I read Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. To my surprise, it was actually a pretty good book. It's about the adventures of Harry Potter, who is born a wizard although he's unaware of his special powers. His young years of his life are lived with his annoying relatives, the Dursleys. Iron lamps, He must suffer through being treated like a second-class person while his cousin Dudley is pampered. The book kept me reading all the way until the end. There's lots of magic going on throughout the book, with stuff disappearing and levitating and walls opening and dragons. However, there's still an interesting drama in this book. There's a lot of things that appealed to me in this book. I liked how Harry Potter dealt with his new powers. There's a good deal of humor of Iron in this book too. The characters are unique and interesting. If you haven't read any Harry Potter books yet, just remember-it's never too late.
 
 
 

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