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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
by J.K. Rowling
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9 entries have been written about this.

Getting Even Better — 6 years ago

WORTH CONSUMING!

The series keeps getting stronger in this book. The characters are becoming old friends, and the plot was the best one yet.

Rowling Shines — 7 years ago

WORTH CONSUMING!

This is the first of the books where I really started to think what a great writer J. K. is. The story is very well put together, the characters become full fledged people, and even I felt a sense of wonder at what Harry can do.

A story about this — 8 years ago

WORTH CONSUMING!

my personal favorite in the HP series. great story, great characters, great everything pretty much.

5/5

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A story about this — 8 years ago

WORTH CONSUMING!

Ok… I love the HP books but I think the real story starts with book 3: many things happen that leash the events of next books.

PoA also introduces to two beautiful characters such as Sirius Black and Remus Lupin: one can help to fall in love with any of them (or both!).

This book is waaay worthy… and still the favourite of the Potterhollics ;)

A review of this — 8 years ago

NOT WORTH CONSUMING

By the time you reach Book 3, you can see the formula .. for the framework of the plots in the book. This series ended for me here.

A review of this — 8 years ago

WORTH CONSUMING!

I had forgotten how fabulous this book was. GoF is still my favourite but Azkaban comes in as a close second. Rowling’s prose and pacing immensely improves from the first two installments and counts as the first excellent book she wrote in the series.

A story about this — 9 years ago

I’m re-reading this in anticipation of the movie. I think it’s still my favorite Harry Potter as far as the story goes.

Now that I’m coming to this one after most recently reading Order of the Phoenix, I’m noticing a difference in Rowling’s writing. As the books progress, she’s not trying so hard to make them stand-alone, and I think they’re better books for it. We don’t need a re-explanation of Quiddich in every single volume, thank you very much!

Anyway, all of that said, I love how these books can suck me in and distract me from whatever else I’m reading. Great fun.

A story about this — 9 years ago

I enjoyed this book overall. I am bummed that I finished it before the movie.

A story about this — 10 years ago

WORTH CONSUMING!

I read the first two Harry books when they came out (actually on my palm pilot, geekily enough). This one is great!


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