Book Review: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix by J.K. Rowling


Genre: Fantasy
Ages: 9 and Up

     Harry Potter is now a fifth year at Hogwarts, with quite a lot on his plate. His extremely important O.W.L. exams are coming up at the end of the year, bringing along a ton of homework with them. Furthermore, many people despise Harry and believe that everything he says is rubbish. And to top it all off, there's a new teacher who has a particular hatred for Harry, and will stop at nothing to punish him.
     Just when things couldn't seem to get any more hectic for Harry, they do. Night after night, he keeps having the same dream, in which he envisions himself running down a long passages towards a black door at the end of the hall. Although Harry has no idea what these dreams could possibly mean, he is certain of one thing; whatever lies behind that door is of great value, and must stay out of the hands of evildoers at all costs.


     Another great Harry Potter read! There were awesome bits of action woven throughout this whole story, along with a plot line that always kept me guessing! I am more than excited to read the next book in this series, and again recommend that if you still have yet to read the Harry Potter books, get on it right away! I promise you won't regret it!

      Have you read any of the books in the Harry Potter series before? If so, tell us what you thought about them (without spoiling anything) 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, and keep on reading!

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