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Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban - J K Rowling Reviews

Children's Book!! Who says so!!
May 02, 2005 06:28 PM Read
After writing the review of the first two books of the series, I plan to write this review slightly differently from my usual style which is more topic wise. J.K. Rowling was a pretty unfamiliar name in the ethos of book writers till ''Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone'' hit the market...Read More

A book to love
Mar 23, 2005 12:12 AM Read
A book to love. I was indeed forced to buy this one by my insides. I had read the first 2 books as soon as I could and then there was about an years wait before I got my hands on the baby. J.K Rowlings writing facinates me by now because she gives importance to detail and the unexpected. T...Read More

The magic of JKR
Nov 04, 2004 06:45 PM Read
My review on Harry Potter books is somethingI look forward to. The cute little artifacts and funny little strange creatures are very delighting. The life in every inanimate object makes it comic and amusing. It carries us far to the neverland but is a nourishing reading. The queer characters ...Read More


Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban - J K Rowling
Dementors and a God Father
Oct 27, 2004 10:26 AM Read
Harry Potter, a 13 year old orphan boy whose birthday has no meaning for anybody. A famous personality in the wizarding world, but a not to be seen young boy in the muggle world. Harry Potter, a boy hated by his Uncle and Aunt, bullied by his cousin Dudley, yet cheerful in all ways. This is what...Read More

I like it
Oct 18, 2004 05:45 PM Read
After my review on Order of the Phoenix, I decided to write a review on my favourite Harry Potter ? Prisoner of Azkaban. Well, why do I like it so? Read on. Summary Harry just turned thirteen. After inflating his nasty Aunt Marge, he runs away and arrives, one month later, at Hogwarts. ...Read More

The best of J.K. Rowling.
Aug 22, 2004 02:12 PM Read
According to me, this book is the best Harry Potter book. (I'm NOT just a fan bubbling with excitement, I really mean it.) It is full of action from the start to the finish and anybody who reads the book is bound to like it. In this book, Harry Potter is 13 years old and like before, is stuck...Read More

A big change!
Jun 15, 2004 05:32 PM Read
Harry potter series, In my idea are the most famous children series in the world literature history and the harry potter and the prisoner of azkaban, after the harry potter and the sorcerre's stone and harry potter and the champer of secrets, as the third book and film, is the most famous one in...Read More

Love at first sight.
Jun 13, 2004 08:28 PM Read
The third book is definitely the best yet as it is the turning point of the series (Daniel also looks cuter in the movie but thats irrelevent). All those who do not recommend or dislike Harry Potter don’t bother writting comments becauseyour opinion is supposed to be in your reveiws and not my c...Read More

Feb 27, 2004 02:03 PM Read
All the five books of J K Rowling are excellent. Each word, every page is fascinating and highly readable. Imagination runs riot, dreams come true and fantasy is highest, in these books. This particluar book, the third one in the series is chillingly interesting more so because of the dementors ...Read More

What makes Potter so darn popular???
Oct 07, 2003 04:53 PM Read
As a regular user of the Melbourne Transport System, I am well acquainted with the attire worn by different commuters from different walks of life. I’m familiar with the sharp Italian cut business suits which are invariably accompanied by chic, smartly designed brief cases that contain one...Read More

.::Another Potter aficionado speaks (3)::.
Aug 08, 2003 10:49 PM Read
Graduating straightaway to the third instalment was not intentional, but an emotional decision. Such was the rush within me to pen a review on this book, that I skipped the Chamber of Secrets (though I promise, that it'll be the last review!). So let's see what makes this Potter so special: ....Read More

Jun 25, 2003 11:11 PM Read
Yes, I've read it. And yes, it is brilliant! I know, this isn't a review on the book i'm supposed to be reviewing, but I couldn't wait to share it with everybody!!:) This book certainly lives up to all the hype its recieved. I bought it yesterday, and it kept me up till 3 am finishing it. ...Read More

Harry's Sirius... Harry is serious
May 29, 2003 01:38 PM Read
They began with Alice from Carol, then to Noddy by Blyton and now children have matured to Harry Potter by JK Rowling. Harry Potter is such an addictive- there's no other word for it- that one almost believes he's there somewhere in the north of England tinkering around with broomsticks and spel...Read More

Simply great
May 26, 2003 12:12 AM Read
I have read all four books of j.k.rowling's HARRY POTTER and waiting for the 5 th one to come......but I must say this third part is the best n as I said....simply great.... all the readers who love mysteries n unfolding of truths like me then I m sure that they wud love this part al...Read More

Best book ever
Mar 19, 2003 07:55 AM Read
This is the best book I ever read. I am a harry potter fanatic but I love harry potter and emniem. the movies are soooo good. the third (the one that I am talking about) is the best one out of them all. me and two other friends think it is the best book. I can't wait till june 21 it is when the ...Read More

Harry Potter 3
Dec 13, 2002 11:13 AM Read
Harry Potter And the Prisoner of Azkaban continues on the plot revealed in the two other previous books. However the book is some what detached from the other two and I fail to find a direct continuation of the plot into the third book. It seems as if the book is seperated from the other two as ...Read More

Simply put..simply sensational.
May 11, 2002 01:08 AM Read
From the moment I picked up this book to the time I put it down (all of which was in 1 sitting), I was enthralled. This,in my opinion is the best in the Harry Potter series. The descriptions & their depth are amazing. The characters are extremely well-etched & the story races along like Schum...Read More

Third book the best yet
Sep 24, 2001 01:12 AM Read
Since starting the first Harry Potter book I haven’t been able to stop reading them. The third one is the best yet! Harry Potter is a wizard whose parents were killed when he was a baby. He goes to live with his Aunt and Uncle (normal muggle people) who he hates. Harry always looks forw...Read More

Frighteningly Feasible
Jul 23, 2001 10:10 AM Read
Well,the stories just seem to get better and better and this book is definitely proof for that.Harry Potter is in the third grade now.He finally discovers the truth behind his parents death.His parents were betrayed by his father's closest friends Sirius Black,who was supposedly Lord Voldemort's...Read More

Apr 05, 2001 03:03 PM Read
J.K Rowling's Harry Potter series prove that she is a genius! The books are absolutely spellbinding and almost realistic! Harry Potter is a young, orphaned British boy who lives with his aunt and uncle The Dursleys. On his 11th birthday Harry finds out that his parents were wizards and he too...Read More


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