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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Book 3

Editorial Review - Bookreporter.com - Shannon Maughan

Believe it or not, 13-year-old Harry Potter can't wait to get back to school. He's more than ready to start his third year at the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry after spending another terrible summer vacation with his nasty Muggle (non-magical) relatives, the Dursleys.   This summer was the worst yet, as Harry let his temper and his magic fly. When loud, annoying Aunt Marge visits the ... Read full review

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This book is so different from the movie thank god I read the whole series first

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****

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So much better than the movie!

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every body loves and there was a change in this harry potter book but when i read and saw the movie i thought to my self why did harry potter is so curiuse but thats what makes it fiction and intresting i love this book and i atend to keep on reading it .thats what i like about this book.by briana the person who wrote it . 

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I am about halfway through the book, and so far it is great!

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This book has a lot of action. Turns out Sirius is one of my fav characters if you read book 5.

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This is one of my favorite books. I love Harry Potter!

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Very constant plot.

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Rowling definetly cast a spell on me when I picked up the Prisoner Of Azkaban,I couldn't put it down! One of my favriotes! This book is full of mystery and past. Readers everywhere should find time to dive into Harry's third year at Hogworts.

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