Oct 03

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

Posted by Soliloquy in Braille

This is the braille version of the international bestseller. The Harry Potter epic continues to gather speed as Harry enters his third year at the Hogwarts School for Witchcraft and Wizardry and does battle with the traitor behind his parents’ deaths. Besides coping with the usual adversaries – sneering classmate Draco Malfoy, evocatively-named Potions Master Snape – the young wizard-in-training has a new worry with the escape of Sirius Black, murderous minion of archenemy Lord Voldemor…

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  • Kurt A. Johnson says:

    Review by Kurt A. Johnson for Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
    In this, the third Harry Potter book, Harry begins his third year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. However, when a mass murderer escapes from Azkaban, the prison for the most dangerous wizards, everyone knows who his target is-Harry Potter. In this book, Harry learns some of the details surrounding his parents’ deaths, and great deal about deception and betrayal.

    I would not have thought it possible, but these books just keep getting better and better! This book is funnier than the last one (particularly Hogwarts), and even more suspenseful. I remember hearing that this book was “darker” than the first two; while this is true, it doesn’t contain anything that I would find objectionable for younger readers.

    This is a wonderful book, well deserving of the acclaim that it has received, and I highly recommend it to young and old!

  • Kim says:

    Review by Kim for Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
    I wanted to give this book to my son for his birthday…when I received it, I was not very happy, as the book looked as if it had water damage. Several of the pages were stuck together and the cover was “banged up”. Next time you sell a used book in this condition, don’t list it as “new”.

  • Margaret A. Compton says:

    Review by Margaret A. Compton for Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
    Book was in fantastic shape, better than expected. Arrived quickly – great seller, thank you!

  • Anonymous says:

    Review by for Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
    Book Review
    May 28,2003
    Reading 03 Harry Potter and the prisoner of Azkaban

    Do you want to know what a really good book is? Harry Potter and the prisoner of Azkaban is a really great book. The author is J.K. Rowling. Rowling lets you create vivid pictures in your head as if you were in the book. This book is basically about a boy named Harry Potter who finds out that he himself was a wizard. He goes to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardary. In Harry Potter and the prisoner of Azkaban this is his third year at Hogwarts. It is a happy time for Harry because he gets away from his terrible aunt, uncle, and cousin. Harry also gets to see his two best friends Ron and Hermionie. All is happy until one day he finds out that a prisoner in Azkaban breaks out to find Harry and then kill him. Now Harry must watch out for the prisoner. In the first book that Rowling wrote called Harry Potter and the sorcers stone Harry beat an evil wizard named Lord Voldamort. Now he goes looking for Sirius Black the prisoner that’s friends with Lord Voldamort. After Harry beat Lord Voldamort no one can beat the famous Harry Potter. The main characters in this book are of course Harry Potter. Harry Potter is a very unusual boy in many ways. For one thing he is a wizard. Also he has a scar the shape of a lightning bolt on his forehead. When Lord Voldamort killed Harry’s parents he didn’t kill Harry all he left was that very scar that is still on his forehead. Harry is also the seeker in the game quidditch. Another character is Ron. I like Ron because for one thing he is very funny. Ron is also a big troublemaker he usually gets into trouble most of the time. Another character is Hermionie. Hermionie is always looking forward to homework and book reports. She always has her hand in the air when no one else doesn’t. You could say she was a teacher’s pet. Those are all the main characters in Harry Potter and the prisoner of Azkaban. The theme in this book was helping your friends when they are in need of your help. In the book they all worked together. The genre is Fantasy because it talks about a hippogriff, which is a bunch of animals mixed into one whole animal. It also talks about trolls who run a bank called Gringotts. There are also witches and wizards. So as you can see Fantasy is the genre for this book. These are some facts about J.K. Rowling. Rowling got the name potter from people who lived four doors down where she lived when she was a little girl. Rowling also said Harry Potter and the prisoner of Azkaban was the most fun to write. So if you want to find out what happens to Harry, Ron, and Hermionie when they come face to face with the prisoner Sirius Black? Don’t wait and start reading! Trust me it’s a great book to sit down and read.

  • Anonymous says:

    Review by for Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
    I thought it was the best in the series so far because there were alot of suprirses.

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