HP and the Philosopher’s Stone – J. K. Rowling


I too indulging myself with the Wizard Utopia of world-wide Harry Potter fans by reading this first volume.  Nothing to praise about the exemplary story-telling skill of the author, as its implicit for the fame.  Its worth reading the book for kids as it shows the bravery and good-will of characters Harry, Hermione and Ron.  Also, it improves the basic vocabulary and imagination for school goers.  Looking forward to read the subsequent miracles in Hogwarts school of Witchcraft and Wizardy.

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3 comments so far

  1. Senthil Kumaran on

    It is difficult to find a loose end in the entire series. Also, start reading the other books and you will see how well the plot goes along with Harry’s life and how everything that happens right from the first books is accounted for. JKR is really great…

  2. prabhuh on

    Agreed Senthil. Keen to read the other volumes.

  3. Shameer on

    I need to start reading Harry Porter 🙂


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