Even though I've read most of the Harry Potter books, I
skipped the first. I felt like something was missing so I
decided to read Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. Even
though I like the Harry Potter Series, I have to say that this
book was a bit of a disappointment. This book is "ok" compared
to the rest of the series.
In this book Harry lives a miserable life with his so called
"Aunt" Petunia and "Uncle" Vernon. His room is a small closet
under the stairs, where he can hear everyone walking over him.
Oscar De La renta Table Lamps, His aunt and uncle use Harry as
a slave, cooking, cleaning, and very little praise from them,
while his cousin is spoiled rotten. When his aunt and uncle
find out that he is supposed to go to Hogwarts, they try to
hide it from him. They go to a cabin as far away as they can.
Hagrid comes and takes him away. He then takes him shopping
for his school supplies. Then he goes on the train and meets
Ron and Hermione, which later become his friends. When they
arrive at Hogwarts they have a big "dinner".
Later in the book Harry finds out about the sorcerers stone
and tries to get it before Professor Snape gets it. Oscar de
La Renta lamps, He goes through and under ground tunnel which
has numerous tests in order to keep it out of the wrong hands.
He passes all the tests and gets to the chamber in which the
sorcerer's stone is in. He finds that Voldemort (the person
that killed his parents, and tried to kill him) is waiting for
him. He tries to persuade Harry to get the stone out of the
mirror. Harry refuses, and then Voldemort tells his henchman
to kill him. The sides turn on him, and Harry kills them both
in an epic battle.