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The only person that the Dark Lord Voldermort couldn't kill. It was a mystery why Harry didn't die because whoever stood up to him, died. So Harry's parents died, but luckily he didn't
Unfortunately he was stranded with the worst people to be stranded with when he was only a baby.
The reason they were the worst was because they only cared about their only son Dudly. They spoiled him so much it was almost imaginable. Murray Feiss table lamps. They cared for Harry Potter like they would care for a rat. They gave him a little food and either told him to do things for them, or make him go in the cupboard under the stairs.
Harry Potter's parents were wizards, and very decent ones so when he turned eleven years old he was eligible to go to Hogwarts School for witchcraft and wizardry. You learn how to do many things magic related. Harry was born a great wizard because his parents were great wizards themselves so it's in his blood. Luckily Harry went to Hogwarts that year because now one even thought that someone was going to steal something great. The thing that was great was the sorcerer's stone Murray Feiss. It can turn any metal into gold and it can make you immortal, but if it gets in the wrong hands terrible things will happen. So Harry goes to Hogwarts and saves the Sorcerers Stone from Lord Voldermort.
A moment that was very exciting was when he was in the chamber of the sorcerer's stone he had to play an enchanted chessboard but there is a twist, the chessboard pieces actually move! They use one of their weapons and destroy the opponent's chess piece and Harry was one of the chess pieces! So he was risking his life to save the life of others lamps. It came down to the last couple pieces and Harry sacrificed one of his pieces to win the game.
The author did many things to make the story interesting, but the most noticeable was cliffhangers. For instance at the mid-end of the book "Harry made it past the final challenge. Then the chapter would end, and during the time I was reading the book I only read a chapter a day so I would have to wait until tomorrow because I would want more then a reason to read the book.
 
 
 

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