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Book review: Harry Potter and the chamber of secrets

Author: J.K. ROWLING
Pages: 251
Summary of the book:
J K Rowling the author has written the book in a breath taking fashion. The book is about a, Harry Potter, who is a wizard and learns magic from a school called Hogwarts school of witchcraft and wizardry. Harry’s parents were killed by a dark wizard who was known as the most notorious wizard of the time called himself as VOLDOMORT. He’s staying in his nephew’s house after his parents were murdered. The Dursels treated him as vermin during all the time he stayed with them. It is Harry’s second year in Hogwarts and the Dursels received a guest in their house, a house elf who warns Harry to not to go back to Hogwarts. The house elf named Doby creates a lot of problem and Harry is punished by not letting him to go to school. But one of his friends help his way back to school and they realize and solve the mystery and danger in the school.The Chamber of secrets is opened. It’s a room with a monster. Then Harry and his friends find the chamber through great difficulties and succeed in killing on of the Valdermots.
Book review by: Vishnu, Class IX A
Submitted on: 26.08.09


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