Wednesday, 27 May 2015

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix by J.K.Rowling

Since I'm not really good at writing reviews, I'm going to do something new to liven up this review. It's just a test, so I'm not keeping my hopes high.

I don't know how many states around the world have this show, but in Italy and UK, we have a show called X Factor. It is a singing competition. If you don't know about it, you can find more information here. Now, similar to this, presenting...

Book Factor

However, there is only one judge here (me), and all readers are the audience.

Harry is starting his fifth year in Hogwarts when his best friends Ron and Hermione decide to become secretive, and keep him away from knowing things. They refuse to tell him about it, in spite of constant interrogation. Desperate to find out what it is, Harry anticipates to reach the school as soon as possible. But apparently, things can get nastier.



*Wait, let me complete.

Alright!*


It was only after he reached Hogwarts, did he find out that things like the Amanita flatulence can also hoard the school. Professor Umbridge almost ended up destroying the school by kicking out Dumbledore, imposing asinine rules and...

Enough! I shall now tell you what I feel about this from the synopsis.

Yes, Ms. Fletcher.

I find it utter devastating to know that not everyone in this world have read this book, since I am in love with it. Even after the entire book was read, I said the same. It's a yes from me.


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