Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban: The Mystery of a Prisoner
“Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban” is a book by J. K. Rowling that focuses on a teenage wizard named Harry Potter, a young teen muggle (half-human) who is about to embark on a new journey. There’s a new challenge, a new killer that is heading straight to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry just for him, maybe to unlock the truths or to threaten Potter.
First, Harry Potter is known throughout the novel as a brave, loyal, and gifted person. There has been a lot of magic, quests, and dangers that follow this boy everywhere he goes. From losing his wizard parents by Voldemort (an evil wizard) and almost being killed to defending himself, making and losing friends, and defeating rivals along the way. Harry Potter still has a long way to go to become a great wizard.
Next, Harry Potter’s good view of this tricky problem. Yes, Harry is safe inside the Hogwarts School walls where his wizard’s teachers and prefects (One student in their house are given responsibilities) are on the lookout for the escaped prisoner. Every muggle and wizard is trying their best to find this vicious person that could be anywhere and possibly be out to get Harry Potter. Now, Harry is a smart boy who can get himself out of tricky problems if it weren’t for his curiosity, that I feel, can make his problems worsen. There are many questions than Harry has for his past, his parent’s death, why this troublesome person is out to get him, and most importantly about himself that cannot be answered unless the terrible follows Harry, and he gives in to it.
Shall we talk about the bad view of this tricky situation? Ok, here is a very important thing you need to understand about the prisoner first. This person will not let anything get in its way when traveling to Hogwarts. No matter the distance, dangers of being captured again, the fights, this prisoner has the right mindset to get to this boy. Now, I’ll ask you two questions. 1. Do you think the prisoner is looking for Potter to try to cause more damage that hasn’t already been done in the boy’s life? Or 2. Could it be something else, something that follows the light and not the dark? Now that second question is for me to know, and for you to figure it out. DO NOT take that as a joke. Harry is starting to get into the vile side of his life…a side that no one should follow. Harry Potter is an incredible boy. He has been through a lot that he cannot understand and will be willing to face the horrendous tenebrous ages of wizardry to figure out answers. If no one will help Harry Potter, then he’ll just have to figure it out by himself, and with a little help of magic along the way.
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