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He wants to dream about his crush, Cho Chang. Then someone frames Harry to participate in the tournament—which really means someone wants him dead. In his fifth year at Hogwarts, Harry faces challenges at every turn, from the dark threat of He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named and the unreliability of the government of the magical world to the rise of his best friend Ron Weasley as the keeper of the Gryffindor Quidditch Team.
Along the way he learns about the strength of his friends, the fierceness of his enemies, and the meaning of sacrifice.
The war against Voldemort is not going well; even the Muggles have been affected. Dumbledore is absent from Hogwarts for long stretches of time, and the Order of the Phoenix has already suffered losses.
And yet Sixth-year students learn to Apparate. Teenagers flirt and fight and fall in love. Harry receives some extraordinary help in Potions from the mysterious Half-Blood Prince. In the seventh and final book in the epic tale of Harry Potter, Harry and Lord Voldemort each prepare for their ultimate encounter. Voldemort takes control of the Ministry of Magic, installs Severus Snape as headmaster at Hogwarts, and sends his Death Eaters across the country to wreak havoc and find Harry.
Based on an original new story by J. While Harry grapples with a past that refuses to stay where it belongs, his youngest son Albus must struggle with the weight of a family legacy he never wanted.
As past and present fuse ominously, both father and son learn the uncomfortable truth: This paperback boxed set is beautifully designed with new cover artwork by illustrator Kazu Kibuishi, and the books create a gorgeous, magical vista when the spines are lined up together. Kazu Kibuishi is the creator of the New York Times bestselling Amulet series and Copper , a collection of his popular webcomic. He is also the founder and editor of the acclaimed Flight anthologies.
It is our choices, Harry, that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities. And for the Dark lord, this book isn't your time to slay. You have to wait until view spoiler! I loved that I read a few scenes that were new to me. A few things I noticed were not in the movie. I expect that will happen more and more as the series goes on.
I listened to the audiobook and I thought the narration was fantastic. In fact, it may have convinced me to do the rest of the series in audio! Nothing can ever beat a Harry Potter book. Apart from another Harry Potter book. And in this 7 and a half part series, this is my least favourite book. There's just so many things I don't like reading about. Harry and Ron stealing the car and flying it to Hogwart?
Gilderoy Lockhart? Nah, I could happily go without it. But then there's others that are just brilliant. The Valentine's dwarf singing Harry a love song?
Hermione Granger being a genius through and through? Unwillingly funny Moaning Myrtle? I think one of the reasons this may be the weakest part of the series is, that it resembles Part One so much: Someone tries to hurt Harry during Quidditch, a hidden chamber deep underneath Hogwarts, Harry having to face Voldemort in said chamber.
Now, you have to understand that there is nothing I love more than Harry Potter, and this book is one of the most brilliant things ever written. I'm a proud Potterhead and Gryffindor and will forever love this world. So I have to put everything through GIFs.
I couldn't even imagine how cute and hilarious this tree when it punched Ron and Harry in the earlier chapters. The character grew in me and I felt sad for what happened to her.
It was pure epicness! What I didn't quite like: Not much happened in the first half of the book which brings me to realize that I enjoyed Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone a lot better. Needless to say, I did have fun going to Harry's adventure here. His character continues to amaze me and his friendship with Ron and Hermione is goals!
I have to read the next books ASAP! Reading with a few other Potter heads at Buddies Books and Baubles.
Let the magic commence. Me: Harry Potter Reread! Haven't you read them already and watched all the movies. Me: Yes They are magical like that and I want to jump back into that whole world again.
Me: That doesn't mean anything. Well it does, it means that I now have time to over-analyze the whole thing and catch little things I missed the first few times. That is the best thing about rereading the HP books. Hubs: I don't understand The book is always better than the movie. Hubs: Inconceivable.
Me: There 'that' is how we ended up together. Still it is amazing to me to reread these with a group of people and relive all the little things I'd forgotten along the way.
I love growing up with Harry, Hermione and Ron all over again and going through all those trying times that solidify them as a great trio of friends. Chamber of Secrets is so well done and I absolutely loved having the why would they ever hire Lockheart as a professor. I now know definitively why according to JKR but we had some fun ideas too. For a children's book I can't stress how well thought out all these are and the magical feeling I get when reading one. I love Snape I love Ron and I love these books and damn I wish I didn't know alot of spoilers even though I haven't watched the movies.
I spent the whole month so far of August trying to play catch up. And now that I have sort of done that- I left this one review till the end Thaaaaaaaaaaang would want for me is to feel pressure- I do OH, I really do.
I feel the pressure to put out the best review that I can possibly think of right now The series that got her through the hard times in her life. Books she thinks of as family. I'm not worthy. But I am going to try Gryffindor - Passionate about their beliefs, and standing up for what they believe in. First to defend their friends.
They prefer to deal with a situation directly, even if it means a fight - and they want that fight to be a fair one. Ravenclaw - Defined by curiosity and the love of learning- first and foremost.
A Ravenclaw will always seek knowledge. They want to know the why of everything. They love learning, and will want to seek as much knowledge as possible. Hufflepuff - Ultimately, Hufflepuffs are interested in helping both people and animals- much less confrontational or daring than the other houses. They are also the least likely to care about individual achievement or House points- more apt to to focus on their relationships to others rather than things they personally have done.
Slytherin - Slytherins are seeking individual greatness, and the dark and mysterious appeals to them greatly, even if it seems dangerous. Theyll go for experiences that other houses are too afraid to touch. Which house are you? Harry has spent another horrible summer dealing with the Dursleys So in the dead of night- they arrive at Hogwarts- ready for what the year ahead awaits them As usual I will not give too much away Why perhaps one of the greatest sequels ever written?
Then why is it the lowest rated of the 7? Why do so many consider it to be their least favorite? I don't know! I thought it was flipping amazing. Because Jo Rowling, so very English and erudite, with her topsy turvy hilarious and creepy narrative, her human characters and her timeless topics; Jo, who knows the human heart like Hermione knows the works of Gilderoy Lockhart, hides the motives of every character till the perfect moment of revelation.
Even those that should be above suspicion are not with the taint of pride and ambition, and even the most beloved characters breathe with the fragility of humanity as the story relentlessly runs along through the darkened halls of Hogwarts. Beware, second-year students, the desire to be great is a double-edged sword beset with rubies.
I first became a fan of Jo with Cuckoo's Calling and it occurred to me, breathlessly reading through Chamber of Secrets, that the Riddle was solved. Why is Jo Rowling so good?
It's simple. She's a mystery writer. Harry Potter soars above Muggle mystery books because of its special additives. Magic, yes, and undeniably malleable lenient fantasy elements that Jo masterfully weaves and waves her wand over to manipulate and beef up the story as she sees fit, but truly, how many mysteries have we read collectively where we set them down and forget who the detective was, or the suspect, or whatever. Why is that? Because of Jo's reverse engineering no doubt an ancient Slytherin technique where the character comes first.
No matter what, and no matter which character. The books are entirely character driven and because we love The Boy Who Lived and He Who Shall Not Be Named and The Weasleys and Rubeus Hagrid and Ginny the cutest human being on planet earth and on and on and on, we find ourselves shoulder to shoulder with our would-be sleuths and puzzle solvers and their "we must we must" attitude.
Chamber of Secrets was an outstanding mystery, chock-full of red herrings, an incredible combative climax, and too many laugh-out-loud lines to count. Dear Diary, I have a new favorite book. Oh really, what is it?
I am a Sirius fan of Gary Oldman That said, I had no idea that Chamber of Secrets would be so outstanding and leave me thinking the incredible Philosopher's Stone was a perfectly-pitched welcome handshake compared to the books to come. For those who like to feel up a book for flaws, I have none, and I see none. I see the sheer verve of adventure and the scintillating luster of mystery, gleaming hungry-eyed and ready for more.
You see, as Philosopher's Stone was about love, Chamber of Secrets was about fearlessness. Fearlessness to speak the truth in the face of a lie, fearlessness to stand up for what's inside your heart. Fearlessness to take a leap of faith and follow the path of destiny. Also, I am very interested in how the issues gain maturity as Harry and the other characters age. Obviously there are deaths to come, but in the case of Chamber of Secrets versus Philosopher's Stone, I could feel that sense of maturity creeping in just a bit, and am so very excited for the continuation of the series I'll have to go buy some more chocolate frogs now as everything in the Wizarding World becomes increasingly dangerous and unhinged and wild and wondrously unforgettable.
Recommended for everyone. And 50 points for Hermione for being epic even whilst being petrified.
Espero engancharme como vosotrxs a la saga en el tercero PD: Estoy intentando leerlos todos antes de navidad y hacer un vdeo jejeje flag 70 likes Like see review Mar 26, Inge rated it it was amazing review of another edition Shelves: laugh-out-loud-funny, faeries-fae-and-elves, main-character-is-cool, magic, smiles-a-plenty, villain-rocks-my-socks, put-a-sock-in-it, children, fantasy The Harry Potter series is like one giant puzzle, and during every book, tiny puzzle pieces start fitting together and forming a whole.
There are hints everywhere about what's going to happen, sort of like inside jokes for people who've already read the books, but the mystery remains. Rowling keeps you guessing up until the final pages. I love how every character brings something else to the table. Ron's dry comments, Fred and George's pranks, Hermione's cleverness, Dumbledore's charming strangeness.
Even side characters like Mr and Mrs Weasley have such a strong individuality. They're all fleshed out. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets is an exciting, thrilling read. It makes you think along with the Golden Trio and laugh out loud. It makes you cheer characters on and boo others. You're engaged for the entire story and there's no way out.
You can't escape.
Hogwarts is your home. When I asked one of my friends why he felt it was the worst of the bunch, he gave me a very reasonable reply. He'd come in late on the Potter game, having only read them last year in fact, when a Professor of his was walking them through what it takes to be a good mystery-- using Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone as an example of a perfectly fashioned mystery. Moving on to the second book, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, my friend let's call him Rex found that this book wasn't up to standard mystery-wise in the way the first book had been, which is what he'd been expecting.
Maybe it's because I first read it as a child, or it's maybe because I was more interested in the fantasy aspect, but I never really cared, nor do I care now that it doesn't follow the same standard mystery guidelines. Rex was the only person who gave me an answer other than "I don't know, I just don't like it as much," so therefore his is the only one that I'm able to analyze.
But enough negativity, allow me to explain what I do like about it. Um, Ron's broken wand? Well, if I'm being honest, any single scene including Mr. Ron Weasley is bound to make me smile and any interaction between him and Hermione yes, even this early on is bound to make me squee!!!!!!!!!!
Notice how quick he is to jump to Hermione's defense; notice how distraught he is over Hermione's being petrified. Oh, how I love them. To add a few more- Harry's first trip to the Burrow! The flying car! Fred and George marching ahead of Harry, announcing him mockingly as the Heir of Slytherin!
The singing Valentine's Day Dwarves!