Book Review: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by J.K. Rowling


Genre: Fantasy
Ages: 9 and Up

     It's Harry Potter's third year at Hogwarts, and a murderous prisoner by the name of Sirius Black has just escaped from the infamous Azkaban prison. While Black's current location is completely unknown, everyone at the school is convinced that he's on a mission to kill Potter. Harry, quite frankly, has no idea what to think about all this, and is just hoping to make it to the end of the school year-- alive.

     J.K. Rowling has done it again! This story was just as perfectly crafted as the first two in it's series, and I was more then please with the ending. I cannot wait to see what next is in store for Harry, Ron, and Hermoine as they venture into their fourth year at Hogwarts! Again, if you still have yet to begin reading the Harry Potter series, I suggest that you pick up a copy of The Sorcerer's Stone right away! This series, though I am not done with it just yet, has most certainly snuck it's way onto my list of all-time favorites, and I know that any avid reader will totally love it!

     Have you read any of the books in the Harry Potter series before, or other ones similar to them? If so, tell us what you thought about them right here at Reading Soup, or on my Google Plus profile page! It's always a pleasure to hear your literary thoughts and opinions. Have a great day, stay warm, and keep on reading!

-The Soup Chef

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