Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban by JK Rowling

This was Harry’s first brush with adult. It has serious problems and some big reveals. Malfoy and Snape make me so angry – I’d like to bang their heads together for the satisfying noise.

Tallies –
Cried – three times – once from sadness, once from happiness and once from anger
Rage – at one point in the middle I thought the kindle was gonna die

I love this book. It’s darker. It begins paving the way for a lot of rough stuff. But it also introduces us to some fabulous characters. And Harry is more relatable as he ages – sweeter somehow.

I think that Harry Potter is not the strongest character in literature. But he’s the perfect vehicle for his supporting cast. And I don’t think there’s a stronger group of characters in any book – anywhere.

Tomorrow I’ll start book 4. That’s the real beginning of the emotional roller coaster.

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