30 October 2008

Harry Potter & The Sorcerer's Stone by Adam

The Harry Potter series is split in seven books. Each book is one year Harry goes to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

The first book Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone really caught my attention. It was hard to put down the book. Harry met his best friend, Ron, on the train to Hogwarts, The Hogwarts Express. He also met Neville and Hermoine on the train. When they got to Hogwarts they had to try on the sorting hat, which determines which house they join: Gryffindor, Ravenclaw, Hufflepuff, or Slytherin. My favorite house is Gryffindor because some of the greatest wizards of all time were in Gryffindor. Slytherin is my least favorite house because it produces most of the dangerous dark wizards.

Throughout the year Harry not only learns about how to be a wizard, but he learns about who his parents where. He also starts to learn about his past and how it is connected to his future.

I would strongly recommend the Harry Potter books to anyone who likes fiction/adventure books.


  1. I knew that we would be best friends after I read this!! I really really really LOVE Harry Potter! I wanted to name my baby Hermione, but my husband would not let me! You should read the Fable Haven books! (If you haven't already!!) I really liked them too. Not as good as Harry, but still really great!!

  2. Definetly a great start to a awesome series!!!
    The thing I loved the most about the first book, as he was finally had a home and made friends. I always wanted to have friends like Ron and Hermione. Looking forward to your other Harry Potter posts, the books only get better.

  3. I love the Harry Potter books. Me and Uncle chuck and Uncle poot always fight over who gets to read the book first. Usually I do, because I read faster than they do.
    I am so glad you are writing about them. I like seeing new ways of looking at the stories.
    As usual, I am a very proud gramma where you are concerned. Love ya.


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