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Saturday, September 19, 2020

My Rating - 5 out of 5 stars

Publisher - Bloomsbury 
Genre - Fantasy
Publishing year - 1997
Language - English
ISBN - 978-1-4088-5565-2
Pages - 332

My Views - 

Finally, I start reading Harry Potter books. I've been reading/reviewing since 2017 before that I never pick up a novel, but I was always into movies. I watch Harry Potter movies a lot. Like a lot. I never get bored, and always think to read the book once in my lifetime. Here I am done reading Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone

I don't think you need me to tell you that it is a fantasy book or about the characters because if you're reading this article, then you knew about it already. JK Rowling's first book sold millions of copies like other volumes, but as they say, books are much better than movies. I agreed. There are so many facts that Warner Bros. didn't reveal in the movie, and those facts make me feel like, ohh so, this is what actually occurred. 

I am going to share a few of these facts that they didn't show us in the Harry Potter movie. 

1. Ron Weasley has six older brothers. We know about Charlie, who is studying the dragons in Romania, Percy who is Gryffindor's house Prefect, the twins George and Fred, but the oldest one is Bill. He was the head boy. There is no mention of Bill in the Harry Potter movie.

2. When Hagrid took Harry to Diagon Alley, he met Draco Malfoy there for the first time.

3. In the movie, after the shopping for school books and wand, Hagrid left Harry to the station, but in the book, after this Harry lives for a month at his uncle's house. 

4. The scene where Draco told Harry to be a part of his group shown in the school corridor, but it really happened on the train to Hogwarts. 

5. When Harry, Ron, and Hermione first met with the Fluffy (the three-headed dog), Neville was with them too. 

6. In the movie, they portray that there will be no exam, but the students already took it in the book before Harry faces the Quirrell. 

There are so many things that they skipped, and I can go on with this for a long time, but I don't want to ruin your pleasure of finding out other facts. I enjoy reading this fast-paced fantasy book, and I know you and your child will cherish it too. I can't wait to start reading Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

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