Review: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone by J.K. Rowling

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Meet Harry Potter, an average kid, whose parents died when he was a baby. He now lives with his aunt, uncle, and cousin who treat him more like a servant than family. One day an owl delivers a letter to Harry Potter. Instead of being surprised, Harry' family freaks out and tries to get Harry away from the owls and letters (as more and more start to come). This little adventure leads Harry to discover that he is a wizard, his parents were wizards, and there is a whole new world for him to discover.

I didn't discover the Harry Potter books until I was in college. I am sad that it took me so long to discover them; however, it was a happy situation, because I was able to read the first four books in one weekend. The world of Harry Potter is so much fun and the adventure is so great that you can't stop reading the books. The world building is a bit inconsistent; however, you don't really notice it when you are reading. If you haven't started this series, do not stop, do not pass go, go straight to your local bookstore or library.

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