Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone by J.K. Rowling

     This is a story of a young boy who is left to live with his undesirous extended family after his father and mother die when he is one year old. His upbringing is not a pleasant one but does not affect Harry Potter negatively. When Harry is older he is whisked away to a school that will teach him wizardry and help him connect to his past. While at school Harry learns skills that help him fight an evil that is forever present. This book was full of adventure, mystery, and entertainment that pulls the reader into the story.
     I rated this book 5/5 stars and highly recommend it.


  1. I love the new covers and must get that box set one of these days. I think this first one of the series was my favorite because everything is new and wonderous to Harry (and the reader). The fun of the kids being young, the thrill of learning new spells, etc. As the books go on and the kids get older, things become much more serious.


    1. These covers are gorgeous! The spines make a beautiful picture when put together!