Harry Potter Boxed Set, Books 1-5 (Harry Potter, #1-5)

Harry Potter Boxed Set Books Harry Potter Box Set containing Harry Potter and the Sorcerer s Stone Harry Potter and the Chamber Of Secrets Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Harry Potter and the Goblet Of Fire and Harry Potter and t

  • Title: Harry Potter Boxed Set, Books 1-5 (Harry Potter, #1-5)
  • Author: J.K. Rowling Mary GrandPré
  • ISBN: 9780439682589
  • Page: 157
  • Format: Paperback
  • Box Set containing Harry Potter and the Sorcerer s Stone, Harry Potter and the Chamber Of Secrets, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Harry Potter and the Goblet Of Fire, and Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

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    One thought on “Harry Potter Boxed Set, Books 1-5 (Harry Potter, #1-5)”

    1. Pretty much hated the first book (unfortunately), the second and third were just OK. The rest were GREAT. Gotta love Draco!

    2. I LOVE HARRY POTTER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Need I say more? no? Well I will anyway! Harry potter was the book that turned me into a writing loving reading hating child (because i was not very good at reading at the time) into a writing loving reading ADORING child! Harry potter had everything I could ever want in a book and it set the tone for many books that I read after it and I also watched all the movies though they were a bit dissapointing but a very good attempt all the sam [...]

    3. Harry Potter is a nice enough read, no doubt. I read it during my first English learning stages (after about 9 months of English courses during high school) because the language was so very easy to understand. It was quite entertaining, sure, especially the first three books, but it didn't have a lot of substance. I could easily name a couple of children's fantasy books (not to mention adult ones) I found much more challenging and enthralling than Harry Potter. I guess, I just don't really under [...]

    4. Great to have this amazing collection, especially amazing because you can read and reread these books and share with kids and grandkids.

    5. The series is so eminently readable, it's hard to put down. Whoever knew poor orphan Harry would face so many trying times in his young life? Many many times I've laughed while reading. Small wonder Rowling is a prize-winner. The complex come-of-age stuff and tales of the larger moral universe are engaging (sometimes so harsh!) and mysteries are satisfying too. For me I think the first book was the most charming and had the most emotional impact. Of course I'm only too happy to continue reading [...]

    6. This books is very imaginative. When you read it, you can imagine that you're inside the world of Harry Potter. This book can improve reader's imagination.When you read Harry Potter (1-5) but you're not using your imagination then there's no fun I think. And if you haven't watch the Harry Potter movies, I suggest you finnish the book first then you watch the movieAnd in my humble opinion (imho), I found the book is more interesting than the movieere's a lot of scene that change in the movie. I s [...]

    7. This is the Harry Potter Adult Edition boxed set, basically the same stories with cool black covers and box!!!

    8. It's not like the world needs yet another commentary on the obsessively compelling world of Harry Potter, but given that I was strangely immersed in its fanfiction, I felt induced to give myself the antidote by reading the actual books. That accomplished in seven days, one book per day, did work as the hair of the dog. Quite grueling was this reading marathon too, and why I took a reading break afterwards in order to catch up on much needed sleep.What I came out of the books was a deeper underst [...]

    9. My 2nd g/f, Siska, introduced me to The Philosopher's Stone (we bought the UK version), and it was magical. Fantasy on a whole different level. I was reading Stephen Kings and Lemony Snickets; and Rowling just blew me. It's exactly what i was searching then, a chance to fantasize. I was 21 then, but i did imagined what it would be like not being a muggle. And so our journey begins.The Chamber of Secrets is a mystery solver. I can't begin to guess where Rowling is going, what's the monster, the l [...]

    10. OVERALL: 4.2 starsHarry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Harry Potter #1) - 4 starsI held off on reading these book until the third one came out and I got them all for Christmas. I was immediately hooked! The storyline was great and the characters were fun and easy to relate to (you know without the magic aspect).Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (Harry Potter #2) - 4 starsHarry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (Harry Potter #3) - 4 starsThis was an interesting continuation of the series [...]

    11. Harry Potter and the Goblet of FireISBN:0-439-13959-7Arthur A.Levine Books734p After watching the movie of this book a few years ago, I decide to read the book to get an idea of some of the details the movie missed. The book is about a half wizard half human named Harry Potter who goes to a wizard school called Hogwarts. In the series, the books are about Harry trying to defend himself from an evil wizard named Voldemort. This book is about a competition that is going around to win the golden cu [...]

    12. Phoebe: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix is the best one from books 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. My mom and I just finished it today. Professor Umbridge is the meanest, worst character. And the Weasley twins get to be the funniest ever and they really get her back good. The Department of Mysteries is kind of scary because that's where they study things like brains and thoughts and death and love and time and if you touch any single thing something really weird can happen to you.Lara: I agree, boo [...]

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    14. This series of wonderful books incorporates humor, adventure, and fantasy all in one. J.K. Rowling is truly an amazing author. In these books (SPOILER ALERT), Harry Potter is an orphan, and attends Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. But the most feared evil wizard of all time, Lord Voldemort, is back in Harry's fourth year at Hogwarts. He and his two friends Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger go on adventures to bring Voldemort down.I really recommend these books. They are among the best [...]

    15. bagus saya seneng banget baca harry potter merasa seperti berada di dunia harry potter (pa lagi kalo liat filmnya iih daniel radcliffi like him;p ( bercerita tentang kejadian pengalaman pengalaman yang dialami oleh seorang bocah (seorang harry potter) tiba2 ia harus mengalami semua kejadian kejadian sihir dimana ia sama sekali tidak tahu menahu tentang kehidupan orang tuanya dan apa yang terjadi pada kedua orang tuanya) dan apa yang akan terjadi di masa depannya nanti (i loved JK rowling :))

    16. Didn't actually read the box set, but read books 1-5.Sorcerer's Stone: Good book, especially for curious little kids.Chamber of Secrets: Great sequel, a little bit of mystery. Well written.Prisoner of Azkaban: Make sure your kids can understand the time travel aspect if you read it to them.Goblet of Fire: Probably my favorite book!Order of the Phoenix: Probably my least favorite book! Actually, definitely my least favorite book.

    17. I have read all of them they are really good it is about this orphan harry potter who turns out he is a wizard and goes to a school called hogwarts Wierd name right? I know When in his first year he will face the wizard that killed his perants and made him famous but will he survive the encounter all five are about harry constant struggles with voldemort and voldermort come back in the 4th book hope you enjoy. POTTER FOR PRESIDENT

    18. A good introduction to young readers. The stories became more and more intriquing as they progressed in volumes. Unfortunately not much more than the Goblet of Fire, which I felt was the strongest of the series. Entering the 'Order of the Phoenix' I lost interest and found myself not caring about the characters anymore or on finding out how Harry Potter once again will stump Voldemort. Great writing and progression of characters but not for my tastes.

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