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If you're a nerd like I am, you're probably constantly reading and looking for a lot of good books to read. My friend, this is your book. Combining fantasy elements with a storyline that you can actually follow, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone is the beginning of a wildly popular series.
Harry's story begins at Number Four, Privet Drive. He is staying with his aunt, Petunia, his uncle, Vernon, and the kid who is the new definition of the word "obese", Dudley. Harry hates it there- and they hate him being there. However, Harry's life changes on his 11th birthday, when he receives a letter stating that he has been accepted into Hogwart's School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Unfortunately for Harry, Aunt and Uncle refuse to let him go... that is, until Hagrid bursts into their house and takes harry with him. Silver table lamps.
As the story progresses, Harry gets a lot of new friends, including Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger, and a few enemies, like the nasty Potions teacher, Severus Snape. From the beginning to the end, including a harrowing scene with Harry, Lord Voldemort, and the Stone, J.K. Rowling weaves a terrific tale. This is my favorite series and I will be sure to buy them all. J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone effectively portrays supernatural elements and their ability to create the adventurous plot in her mystical story of a heroic young boy. The entire novel encompasses supernatural items that enhance Harry Potter's unexpected ventures. Supernatural is introduced in the opening of the book with Harry's unusual lightning bolt scar in his forehead silver lamps. This shows the audience that, though Harry seems like a neglected, poor child, he is different than other children. It reveals everything unique and astonishing about him and also foreshadows the revelation of his wizardry. Harry's scar shows his sensitivity and his connection to his lost past. The scar is also an allusion to Odysseus's scar in Homer's poem the Odyssey. When Harry first arrives at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, he grabs the attention of Professor McGonagall by his performance at flying lessons. Because of this incident, Harry joins the Quidditch team, on which he breaks many records and wins heroism. Rowling incorporates a supernatural element that appeals to childlike instincts in her readers. This form of fun and games upholds silver lamps at lamps plus the story's lighter side. It stresses the importance of teamwork and use of magical powers unselfishly, unlike the evil Voldemort. When Harry looks into the Mirror of Erised, he is forced to examine himself and his desires for the first time. This supernatural element exposes Harry's genuine character. He wishes to see his parents alive and to capture the stone for the common good. The mirror teaches Harry that people are shaped by their desires. Throughout the exciting novel, Harry's life is drastically changed as he leaves his average home and enters a new world of supernatural. He is taught much about life and relationships with the aid of supernatural elements. Rowling's vast lamps, incorporation of the supernatural into Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone perfects the book's course and hits the target.
 
 
 

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