Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by J. K. Rowling #3 | spoiler-free book review



Harry Potter’s third year at Hogwarts is full of new dangers. A convicted murderer, Sirius Black, has broken out of Azkaban prison, and it seems he’s after Harry. Now Hogwarts is being patrolled by the dementors, the Azkaban guards who are hunting Sirius. But Harry can’t imagine that Sirius or, for that matter, the evil Lord Voldemort could be more frightening than the dementors themselves, who have the terrible power to fill anyone they come across with aching loneliness and despair. Meanwhile, life continues as usual at Hogwarts. A top-of-the-line broom takes Harry’s success at Quidditch, the sport of the Wizarding world, to new heights. A cute fourth-year student catches his eye. And he becomes close with the new Defense of the Dark Arts teacher, who was a childhood friend of his father. Yet despite the relative safety of life at Hogwarts and the best efforts of the dementors, the threat of Sirius Black grows ever closer. But if Harry has learned anything from his education in wizardry, it is that things are often not what they seem. Tragic revelations, heartwarming surprises, and high-stakes magical adventures await the boy wizard in this funny and poignant third installment of the beloved series.


Here comes the third novel of a much loved serie, I am proud to announce that I am a Gryffindor by all means but I am in love with the idea of a Slytherin membership as well. As much as I love the Harry Potter serie, I am so sad that Harry has just four more years to go… This novel however, is about love and family, friendship and the power that binds the trinity.

Sirius Black is considered to be a worshiper of the Lord Voldemort, a traitor and a killer, but when he was attending Hogwarts he was Harry’s father’s bestfriend. That intrigues Harry so much that he just goes after him even if the price to pay for his foolishness is death.  The novel like I’ve said is about family and like we all know, every story has two sides or maybe more. I’ve gaved it 5/5 stars and can’t wait to find the time to read the Goblet of Fire. Will probably watch the movie until then, the Azkaban movie of course.



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