Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
This book is where the series first starts to transform from an enjoyable, playful flight of whimsy to something more serious. I love Sirius Black, and this is the first book where you meet him.
I rated my book 5 stars because it was exciting, scary, and interesting. This book is about a boy who is a wizard and figures out that an old friend of his dad [who died] is wanted but figures out he is really his godfather. My favorite part is when he figures out that the friend of his dad is his godfather.
Jasmine Jenkins 10/27/16
This book is Perfecto Patrunum!
Easily one of my favourite volumes of the series! Certainly the one that got me hooked on Harry Potter!
While the books theme isn’t supposed to be horror – to me it does have its horror elements: I am afraid of scenes that show dogs or wolves in some form of ‘scary’ way. And this book has both! That made the book all the more gripping for me (those things you can’t stand and yet can’t really look away from!)!
Then, of course, the background information we get on some of my favourite characters; the Marauders. I absolutely love scenes that contain flashbacks of them and this book provides the most! We also get to see more of the twins and the series is slowly taking a darker turn.