Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix-A Book Review

Name: Harry Potter and the Order of Phoenix

Author: J.K Rowling

Genre: Adventure, fantasy magic

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Cover picture from Bloomsbury

Harry Potter, all alone, feels cut out from the magical world, listening to the news will hiding in the flowerbeds. Harry and his cousin Dudley get attacked by the dementors…and receives a letter from the Ministry to attend a hearing and to be expelled from Hogwarts.

The Dursleys, gone, to collect their lawn prize and Harry in his bedroom under the stairs when he hears a click in his lock. Mad-Eye Moody, Professor Lupin, and another bunch of unknown wizards have come to rescue Harry.

Reached at London, Grimmauld Place and Harry learns that this place is the Headquarters for the Order of the Phoenix and it belongs to his godfather, Sirius Black.

Harry meets his friends, when he screams at them and also meets the whole Weasley family and a bunch of other wizards who work for the Order, the secret society against You-Know-Who.

Gone to attend is hearing with Mr. Weasley, Harry is lucky. He has been cleared of all charges and can return to Hogwarts.

At Hogwarts, there is a new Defence Against the Dark Arts teacher, Dolores Umbridge, an undersecretary for Fudge, the Minister of Magic. Being a very bad teacher, a mean evil lady, Harry and Hermione set up their own Defence Against the Dark Arts group, called the DA, standing for Dumbledore’s Army where they gather a group of people to learn.

One night, Harry dreams that he is a snake and that he attacked Mr. Weasley. He informs Professor McGonagall, who informs Dumbledore.

Harry is informed that he will be having Occlumency lessons to shut his mind against You-Know-Who, with Professor Snape.

After, a few lessons, Harry feels his mind getting worse and worse and he still cannot shut his mind from those dreams. Especially the one with him, walking through the long dark corridor, to the Department Of Mysteries…

My ratings:

Rating: 5 out of 5.

It was lovely and amazing but when Harry’s godfather died it was NOT. It was sad at the end and I found an immense pleasure when Harry was breaking down Dumbledore’s office.😃

Goodbye,

Hermione