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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

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Author: JK Rowling
Book Review By: Aparna Nath
Class: 7

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban is the 3rd and was published
on 8 Jul 1999, written by JK Rowling.

Before leaving for Hogwarts, Harry learns from Arthur Weasley that Sirius Black is a convicted murderer from the wizarding world, and has escaped from the wizard prison Azkaban to kill Harry. On the way to Hogwarts, a Dementor boards the train, causing Harry to relive his parents’ deaths before fainting. The new defence against the dark arts teacher professor Remus Lupin saves Harry in the train. Harry asked professor Lupin to teach how to fight the dementor. It was advance magic. The spell was “Expecto Patronum.“ After several tries Harry got it.

Harry got to know the Buckweed the magical creature is going to be sensed to death. On that day Harry and his friends Ron Wesley and Hemione Granger went to talk to Hagrid his friend. Harry left and saw Buckweed killed. After leaving, Ron’s rat Scabbers had bit him. Ron went behind and a big black dog pulled in inside the “Whooping Willow.“ Harry & Hermione went to save him before that they had to defend the whooping willow.

When they went inside, they saw that the big black dog was Sirius Black. Professor Lupin came to meet his friend Sirius Black and Ron’s rat was “Peter Pettigrew” a person serving for “Voldemort “he sold Harry’s parents to Voldemort. Severus Snape the potions master came and caught them all. Harry had wisely attacked Snape and asked question to Sirius Black. When they came out it was a full moon and professor
Lupin turned into a werewolf. All of them fought. With the advice of the headmaster Dumbledore and Hermione’s time tuner, they found that Sirius black was innocent and saved more that one life.

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