Pdf/E–pub [Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone] BY J.K. Rowling

Slightly Scottish accent for Hagrid I can t help it if his dialect as written sounds a wee bit Highlander to meSo for all those Muggles ie regular dudes suares laobaixing what Rugrats become who haven t read HPSS to use the fandom lingo or HPPS if you re reading the original british version you re reading the original British version POTTER AND THE PHILOSOPHER S STONE here s the upshot Harry Potter the son of a pair of heroic wizards is deposited on the doorstep of his wretchedly Muggle aunt uncle and cousin the Dursleys where he s forced to live as a Muggle in a dirty cubby under the stairs and is regularly mistreated throughout his childhood When it comes time for him to go off to middle school Harry who as it turns out is famous in the magic world scapes from the Dursleys to attend the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry The rest of this volume recounts Harry s first year at Hogwarts including his making friends his success at the game of uidditch and his The Summer Palace: A Captive Prince Short Story (Captive Prince Short Stories Book 2) encounter with thevil being said to have killed his parents VoldemortIt s a charming read You probably think I m being sarcastic I m not I won t get into the argument as to whether or not it s truly literature Children adore the book and a lot of adults as well I must admit that I found Harry taking a bit too much delight in the suffering of his The Garden of Happy Endings enemies to make me feel comfortable about him being a role model of any sort to my daughter then again Harry went through a childhood guaranteed to keep a Muggle child in therapy for years to come As far as my daughter is concerned the bad kids simply deserved it I read this book when I was about 11 years old I had never read a book harder than the Magic Tree House until I picked this one up and once I did I never put it down This book has humor good vocabulary and it s a greatxperience I read it again a few days ago and realized just how good these books really are almost 8 years later I ve read the Eragon series Lord of the Rings and all kinds of great literature pieces But this book and this series will always be a classic for me and I hope that if you read this review as a parent or someone who wants to read this that you give it a shot I can assure you this book is great and you won t regret reading this book This book now is number 1 in my big book collection This book was very suspenseful and funny ONE of my favorite parts was where he played uidditch It told about Campfire every second of it I wasn t really a big fan of Harry Potter until I started reading the first book I really recommend reading this It s a magical and suspenseful rideven if you already watched the first movie The book was written on and not suitable as a gift Super mad This book is not put together correctly For My Little Blue Dress example page 100nds and picks back up at page 99 I bought this for my daughters 5th grade class and am super Hurrah For The Blackshirts!: Fascists and Fascism in Britain Between the Wars embarrassed Editors pick Seriously It was about time I started reading the HP books and it was just as Ixpected them to be Magical. 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The Herald Angels Scream e a capa dura bem resistenteMuito feliz comssa di o pretendo aduirir um a cada m s conforme vou concluindo a leitura de cada livro Here goes with the much needed review number 5040 of The Sorcerer s Stone as of this writing It ll be a little difficult to say anything that hasn t already been said many times over by others and probably much better at that but I ll give it a whirl This will

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be from viewpoint of a 48 year old Bible thumper so perhaps it will give some different perspectiveThe story as veryone knows by now begins in a fine Dickensian young adult literature tradition Like Wolves of Willoughby Chase Great Expectations and a multitude of other young adult novelsthe protagonist is an orphan brought up in a tough spot without much love Harry is watched from afar down through the years by other witches and wizards and finally they make known to him that he is a bit special to say the least It would at this point disintegrate to a Prince and the Pauper kind of rags to riches story xcept that Harry must still stay dependent on his unpleasant relations a process that has the ffect of keeping him humble and a bit grounded He also has the blessing of falling in with the right crowd and making some great friendsThe first time I read one of the Potter books I knew I was in for the kind of Bidadari yang Mengembara enchantment I d notncountered since the Lord of the. Harry Potter has never been the star of a uidditch team scoring points while riding a broom far above the ground He knows no spells has never helped to hatch a dragon and has never worn a cloak of invisibilityAll he knows is a miserable life with the Dursleys his horrible aunt and. ,

review Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone

Rings Vivid xciting they immediately lift one to a place reservered for the loftiest of fantasties Lots of good versus vil and the loftiest of fantasties Lots of good versus La strada delle croci evil and the tradition of Lewis magic can beither and lots of drama Only occasionally does one feel that Rowling has forgotten what it s like to be a kid and ven rarer does one feel preached at or condescended toThe books are problematic theologically no doubt about it and I sometimes wonder if they are not unwittingly part of a larger push to make the dark supernatural attractive It s not so much that they are vil in and of themselves in fact I think they are uite the opposite although clearly Rowling is not an apologist like Lewis Rather the problem comes from the mood it helps to set that magic isn t all that bad and that kids starved for a supernatural The Ballad of Dorothy Wordsworth encounter have nowherelse to turn save the occult This is not true but few Christian authors have come ven close Peretti comes to mind as one and Lewis s muse George MacDonald is another to opening this possibility to the young mind I have no kids but I probably wouldn t let very young kids read HP until they were able
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determine good vil at a fairly sophisticated level for themselvesI also read the book in German one of the first books I ve Pretty Reckless (All Saints High, ever read in another language I d read it twice in English so the story wasn t all that tough to follow in German For the record it translated pretty well and I thoroughlynjoyed it in both languages I think it s some of the best new literature out for kids or adults and ven the larger and less well dited later volumes of the HP series I ve thoroughly The West Transformed enjoyed as well To compare to Lewis one last time if you re looking for good theology dry intellectual humor and well developed characters then go with the Chronicles of Narnia If you re looking for a in depth view of a child s world through modernyes with less theology and the most vivid vibrant alternate world you ve ver ncountered then Rowling is choice one Reading them both is best And you might want to track down some old George MacDonald as well The Princess and Curdie or The Princess and the Goblin At the time I write this there are some 5512 reviews written about JK Rowling s HARRY POTTER AND THE SORCERER S STONE and while not all of them are to the point there are grumblings about shipping for instance there s not much I can say to persuade or dissuade someone to read this book Indeed although I am sure there are still many first generation readers to come after me I do feel like I m the last person to get around to this book Indeed not having ven seen a Harry Potter movie I m a complete neophyteAs with some other books I ve reviewed on I ve read this first Harry Potter ntirely because my daughter wanted it read to her Mind you she s already read it many times over herself could tell if I made a gaffe in my reading and in fact was sure to point it out in Paper Chasers every instance Moreover she took offense at my growling. Uncle and their abominable son Dudley a great big swollen spoiled bully Harry's room is a tiny closet at the foot of the stairs and he hasn't had a birthday party inleven yearsBut all that is about to change when a mysterious letter arrives by owl messenger a letter with an inv. Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone