Have you ever wondered what it's like being a wizard? Well, in
this story called Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, a boy
who thinks he is normal finds out on his 13th birthday that he
has inherited an unusual gene and finds out that he is a
wizard. At Hogwart's School of Witchcraft and Wizardry he
finds out that his parents really died from an evil wizard
named Voldemort. This name was not to be mentioned while
attending Hogwart's School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
When he arrived there he saw professors, and made friends with
Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley. They were sorted into a
group called Gryffindor. After they got to know each other,
they played "magical" games such as Quidditch, Wizard's Chest,
and attend "magical" classes. Robert Louis Tiffany table
Later on, Harry finds out that Professor Quirrell is working
with Voldemort to steal the Sorcerer's Stone because it gives
"Elixir of Life," which is eternal life. Harry tries to fight
the Professor and Voldemort to keep them away from the stone.
Voldemort makes Harry look into the mirror and he finds out
that the stone is in Harry's pocket. Harry makes up a lie and
says that he sees him and Dumbledore shaking hands. Voldemort
knows that he is lying and makes Professor Quirrell kill Harry
to get the stone, but every time the professor touches Harry,
his hands burn. Harry soon finds out that nobody can touch him
without facing the pain. Will the professor survive that pain
that Harry holds within? lamps
Well, this book is for people who are interested in "magical"
adventurers. I enjoyed this book very much, it's a fast read
if you enjoy it even though it is long. If you do enjoy this
Robert Louis, then try reading other series of "Harry
Potter's," by J.K. Rowling.