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The story tells of a boy who knows nothing of his parents except that they were mysteriously killed in a car accident. Therefore he has to live with his aunt, uncle, and annoyingly mean cousin. They treat Harry horribly, as if he doesn't even exist. On his eleventh birthday, a giant man named Hagrid came and told Harry something that would change his life forever. He was told that his parents were wizards and that he would attend Hogwart's, a school of wizardry. He leaves for the school and when he gets there he learns many amazing things about his parents world. While attending the school he unexpectedly reveals a secret that is forbidden by students to know. Victorian table lamps, To find out the secret, you'll just have to read the most adventurous book about the courage of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. It will definitely keep you in suspense.

At first, I really didn't know what to expect from a book this hyped up. I saw all the reviews saying what a great book this is, yet I still doubted it, I think I felt this way due to the hype that it recieved from all the people on the news...etc. Finally, one day I just decided to read it. Oh boy am I glad I read this. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone is just a success. At the beginning of the story, I doubted the story thinking about all the magic and how fairy-tails always made me sick, but I'll tell you now, by the middle of the book, the books overall story and conecept had sucked me in, leaving me wanting more. I gave this book 5 stars because of the whole development of the story. The characters in the beginning first are not good friends, but as you read it, you can start to see a development in friendships with Ron Weasley, Hermione Granger, and Harry Potter himself. The three begin getting into some trouble together Victorian, and end up becoming best friends. The danger that they get into is essential for the character development because the three end up learning more about eachother. The different events just made me more interested. I was really excited about the Cloak Of Invisibility, and the fact that the book had an unexpected surprise at the end. J.K. Rowling really did a great job using her raw talent to write such a magical masterpiece. Her choice in words was very surprising, since I expected more of a book for the younger age group. I really like this book because it really kept me wondering what would happen next table lamp. It also never got boring. The only real flaw that I see in the book is that the main "bad guy" is more of a in-human kind of thing. I was really kind of hoping for something a little bit more human since I'm not really into the whole monster bad guy kind of thing. Other then that, the story was very interesting and I think this book is a great example of J.K. Rowlings awesome talent, and to tell you the truth, if I could give this story a ten, I would, my suggestion to all the people that haven't read this book, go to your local book store and buy this book, I promise you will be surprised as much as I love Victorian lamps.


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