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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (Book 3)

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Author(s): J.K. Rowling  
        Publisher: TurtlebackYear: 2000   
                                        
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As the Knight Bus crashes through the darkness and screeches to a stop in front of him, for Harry Potter it is the beginning of another far from ordinary year at Hogwarts. Sirius Black, Lord Voldemort's escaping mass-murderer and associate, is on the run-and they say he's going after Harry. Professor Trelawney sees an omen of death in Harry's tea leaves in his first-ever Divination lesson.

Book Review:

Harry Potter and the Azkaban Prisoner reveal the darkening path the show is set to take. With well developed character growth and a strong and unique plotline, this book sets itself apart from the two previous books without staying too far away from the path of what readers have come to love about the show.

The novel is the third installment of the Harry Potter series, written by J. K. Rowling includes 22 chapters which share 435 pages. This book is considerably larger than the series' other books up to now but it definitely does not feel that way.

The story follows Harry as he struggles with a loose killer desirous of murdering Harry. Through releasing creatures called Dementors this leads to extra protection for Harry and all the young wizards in general. Such creatures usually guard the wizard jail, but they were charged with hunting down the murderer after this murderer escapes and taking him back to prison.

In the story these monsters play a crucial role and have an fascination for Harry and his dark past. It causes a lot of trouble for Harry, as they patrol the Hogwarts castle throughout the year.

Different Monsters and Characters

Within this novel, we 're introduced to some new characters including Professor Lupin, who has been the 3rd aid against the dark arts instructor since the series started. A work whose retention rate has become famously high. Perhaps Dumbledore really is bad running a school and choosing the right teachers.

Lupin becomes Harry's sudo-father figure as he progresses during the year. Harry is taught how Lupin can fend off Dementors after seeing the professor battle them off at the beginning of the school year on the train going to Hogwarts. Even Lupin met Harry's parents and fought in the last battle with them. Lupin really cares about Harry and wants to make sure he looks out for the child of his friend (Harry 's father).

Another new character is Extreme Black, the man who had fled Azkaban's wizard jail. The character mainly progresses to the series tail end but is a really fascinating character. I'm not going to say anything more without spoiling it here to readers that there is more to him than murder.

Character Building

This seems to have slowed considerably when it comes to the character development for the current characters. I didn't get the feeling that the characters in this book were rising just as much as the Secret Chamber. Yes, they struggle with more problems and facts like adults, but that's about it. Harry and Hermione in the previous book have to deal with wizard bigotry in a way with the pureness of magic blood in the family. It was something that obviously had an underlying theme to the plot. Yet I just get the impression in Prisoner of Azkaban that for the first time they are grappling with an injustice in the adult world. Something in the previous book that happened too.

But with all that said, this book is a very good reading. There are always moments of fresh exploration for magic, and in this book we 're also introduced to a magic mechanism that could make it stand out the most. Travelling time.

Within this book time travel is done decently. I wouldn't say it passes with flying colours, but I can't imagine anything like this to be too complex for a children's book series. With the way this book has been written, of course, that means that almost the entire last third of the book happens over 48 hours. While it isn't fleshed out to a degree I 'd like at a higher reading pace, I really enjoyed it.

As all the books from Harry Potter, the lessons throughout the year prepare for the trio to learn the essential skills they will need to complete the book over the year. Time Turners, discovering the charm of patronus. Studying riding a Hippogriff, practicing animagus. Rowlings method of incorporating these issues into the school year prevents the story from being boring by letting the readers know that indeed, the children are there to learn.

Closing Thought:

The book tells a coherent tale at the end of the day. It introduces new characters that will use in a clever way later in the series and explores new ideas for the show that are yet to be explored leading to a very fresh feel. This book in the series ranks in the top half of my favorite novels. Despite the new character growth, it has some flaws in the plot but does really set the stage for what is to come in the series' next books.

Honestly, if I had to explain the type of story this book is in the Harry Potter series, I 'd have to suggest that it's the filler book that needs to be put into place for the rest of the series maybe future parts. But it's done really well, and deserves reading.

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