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Thursday, September 24, 2020

My Rating - 5 out of 5 stars

Publisher - Bloomsbury 
Genre - Fantasy
Publishing year - 1999
Language - English
ISBN - 978-1-4088-5567-6
Pages - 462


My Views - 

With the end of Secrets Chambers, Harry embarks on a new journey in Hogwarts. He spent his summer at Dursley and leaves them in the middle of the night. A deadly prisoner escapes from Azkaban, and he is after Harry Potter that makes him more popular because no one left him alone for his safety. Harry has no idea why everyone is overprotective, but one day his illegal visit to Hogsmeade answers all his questions. 

Sirius Black was James Potter's friend and Harry's Godfather. He is the reason James and Lily died. But to everyone's bewilderment, there is someone else who betrays Potters, someone who is living in the Weasley family for a very long time. With dementors staying in Hogwarts every day is difficult for Harry and the others. They focused on Quidditch match and homework, but the attacks are increasing day by day, leaving Harry, Ron, and Hermione in the middle of it as always. 

I like Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban much better and intriguing than the other two. The bond between Sirius and Harry was shown little in the end, but it was impactful, and anyone can feel it. They both deserve a loving family but didn't have any, one suffers at Dursley and another one in Azkaban. I think sometimes what will follow if they didn't lose Peter Pettigrew? Sirius will prove his innocence and had a chance to live with dignity. 

J.K. Rowling is a master storyteller. She hooked the readers from start to end. I just can't wait to dig into the next part, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. 

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