J. K. Rowling

Harry Potter 3 - Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

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Impressions

    Александрshared an impression2 years ago
    👍Worth reading
    🚀Unputdownable

    The book is gloomy and dynamic, filled with magical creatures and wizard items. Such a book is a transitional period, growing up. Rowling created an amazing world in which I want to return.

    dariabutdariashared an impressionlast year
    🔮Hidden Depths
    💞Loved Up
    🚀Unputdownable

    as it was in movie series, this book is also one of my favourite.
    i just can’t help loving sirius black and his story. that’s it.

    p.s. the deeper i go into books, the more i love the series and the more i hate movies for cutting off important chapters and things out of movies. i love the development of hermione and ron as characters, i love the sarcastic comments between the lines, and i love that in books so many small, yet-important-for-better-understanding-the-story comments are covered and explained.

    JBshared an impression3 years ago
    👍Worth reading
    🚀Unputdownable

    советую обязательно прочесть, люблю HarryPotter 😍😍

Quotes

    zorianhas quoted2 years ago
    I need you to sign the per­mis­sion form,’ said Har­ry in a rush.

    ‘And why should I do that?’ sneered Un­cle Ver­non.

    ‘Well,’ said Har­ry, choos­ing his words care­ful­ly, ‘it’ll be hard work, pre­tend­ing to Aunt Marge I go to that St What­sits …’

    ‘St Bru­tus’s Se­cure Cen­tre for In­cur­ably Crim­inal Boys!’ bel­lowed Un­cle Ver­non, and Har­ry was pleased to hear a def­inite note of pan­ic in Un­cle Ver­non’s voice.

    ‘Ex­act­ly,’ said Har­ry, look­ing calm­ly up in­to Un­cle Ver­non’s large, pur­ple face. ‘It’s a lot to re­mem­ber. I’ll have to make it sound con­vinc­ing, won’t I? What if I ac­ci­den­tal­ly let some­thing slip?’

    ‘You’ll get the stuff­ing knocked out of you, won’t you?’ roared Un­cle Ver­non, ad­vanc­ing on Har­ry with his fist raised. But Har­ry stood his ground.

    ‘Knock­ing the stuff­ing out of me won’t make Aunt Marge for­get what I could tell her,’ he said grim­ly.

    Un­cle Ver­non stopped, his fist still raised, his face an ug­ly puce.

    ‘But if you sign my per­mis­sion form,’ Har­ry went on quick­ly, ‘I swear I’ll re­mem­ber where I’m sup­posed to go to school, and I’ll act like a Mug – like I’m nor­mal and ev­ery­thing.’

    Har­ry could tell that Un­cle Ver­non was think­ing it over, even if his teeth were bared and a vein was throb­bing in his tem­ple
    Ramina Bebezovahas quoted3 years ago
    “Hang on,” blurted Harry. “What about my punishment?”

    Fudge blinked.

    “Punishment?”

    “I broke the law!” Harry said. “The Decree for the Restriction of Underage Wizardry!”

    “Oh, my dear boy, we’re not going to punish you for a little thing like that!” cried Fudge, waving his crumpet impatiently. “It was an accident! We don’t send people to Azkaban just for blowing up their aunts!”
    Ilia Egorovhas quoted3 months ago
    You’re going to take Malfoy’s advice instead of ours?” said Ron furiously. “Listen . . . you know what Pettigrew’s mother got back after Black had finished with him? Dad told me — the Order of Merlin, First Class, and Pettigrew’s finger in a box. That was the biggest bit of him they could find. Black’s a madman, Harry, and he’s dangerous —

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