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A great start! This book is the first, and maybe best of a series of seven books.
Harry Potter is really famous in the wizarding world. At the age of one, he survived a curse of the powerful Dark wizard, Lord Voldemort. His parents, however, died. Ever since then, Harry has lived with The Dursleys, his Aunt, Uncle, and spoiled cousin, Dudley. The Dursleys hate him, because he is a wizard. They make him sleep in a cupboard, and never throw him birthday parties. Even at school, Dudley, and his friends pick on Harry. Harry is glad that next year, he, and Dudley are going to different schools. Ivory table lamps.
Then one day letters arrive at the Dursleys. When Uncle Vernon reads them, he hides them from Harry. The giant Hagrid comes to the hotel the Dursleys are staying at. Harry is surprised to find out he is a wizard. The Dursleys don't want him to go to Hogwarts, but Hagrid still buys his school supplies in a place called Diagon Alley. On the Hogwarts express he meets Ron Weasly, and his brothers, Fred, George, and Percy. Pretty soon Harry finds himself in a world full of witches, wizards, jellybeans of every flavor, ivory lamp and pictures that move. At the end of the year, Harry faces Lord Voldemort, again. Will he be lucky, again, or is he doomed? Find out by reading Harry Potter, and the Sorcer's Stone, anddon't forget to read the next book, Harry Potter, and The Chamber of Secrets.  derivative and devoid of originality. a mess of stereotypical characters (bitcy bookworm, plain looking hermoine, heroically orphaned shy little harry, dull-witted sporty best friend Ron...etc.) the plot is all over the place and difficult to follow. the # 1 fans of this book? depressed, lonely housewives and their little brats who are B,C, and D students at best. i have tried and tried to love and embrace these books as the modern populace does, to no avail. my parents and i read TOLKIEN and D'ENGLE as children and the Grimm and Anderson fairy tales. you know, what are truly WONDRFUL, Ivory Lamps, INSPIRED STORIES. not REGURGITATED PAP. there are some real inventive children's fantasy authors out there who are better at crafting story and plot and at the mechanics of language itself. i'm not saying they are horrible-- i mean ANTHING that unites parents and children and encourages poeple to READ can't be all that bad-- but COME ONE- do they really deserve their hallowed place in the annals children's literature? i repeat, children's LITERATURE???? Ivory i think not. Lamp
 
 
 

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