Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Book 1) Book Review
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Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Book 1) book review

J. K. Rowling
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Title: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Book 1)

Author: J. K. Rowling

Average number of words per page: more than 100

73 readers have rated this story.
Average story rating: 8.43/10.0
73 readers have rated the illustrations.
Average illustration rating: 6.88/10.0

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Book review by: Karin
age: 10

Review submitted on 11/11/2009 at 10:11:56

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Karin writes the following about Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Book 1) :
One book that Iíve read this year, that was most interesting was Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone, by J.K. Rowling. The story starts out with a young boy named Harry Potter, living in England with his aunt, Aunt Petunia, uncle, Uncle Vernon, and evil, little, spoiled, rotten, cousin, Dudley. Harry doesnít know why they all treat him like a servant. In fact, he is a servant at their house. He always gets the remains of food, he gets Dudleyís old close, and he lives in a cupboard under the stairs.

Harry discovers that he has a special gift, and he gets a letter in the mail from a school, wanting him to go there. Now, as you know, Harry gets treated badly at his aunts and uncles house, but he gets treated badly at school, too. So once he got the letter in the mail, he is surprised anyone is mailing to him. But this school isnít around the block; itís in a completely different world, a magical world.

On Harryís travel, he comes across new people that like him. But not everyone is fond of him. Harry suspects that one of his teacherís are planning to steal the Sorcerers Stone, a gem that holds the strongest power that anyone could imagine. Harry doesnít know that he is about to go on an adventure in the school with his new friends.

Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone is a book for people who like to go on an adventure. Every paragraph is like the climax (exciting part) of the story. This book has got heart-pounding, suspicious events that leave you hanging of your seat, and hanging on to your book.

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