Comparison: Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets

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The Harry Potter series captures my attention because they contain action and mystery. Of the Harry Potter series my three favorite books so far are; Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets, Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire, and Harry Potter and The Order of The Phoenix. These three books contain the most action packed adventures, that I am now captivated by.

The first book that caught my attention was Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets. In this book Harry fought a giant snake. The snake, which was controlled by Lord Voldemort, attacked Harry with rigorous speed through the chamber. Just as Harry thought he was going to die, Fawkes , Dumbledore's pet, came flying in. He flew towards the snakes eyes and tore them from the snakes head."...Harry …show more content…

In this book Harry, Ron, and Hermione(Harry's friend) went to the Ministry of Magic to find the prophecy that Voldemort wanted for himself.This made me think, bad guy versus good guy; who will win. I had to read further. So they found the door that the prophecy was hidden behind. When they walked in, they realized that they were in a room, a plain black room. They found another door, so they walked through it which lead to another room. They then realized that it was like a maze, so they walked through a couple more rooms. Just as they thought they would not be able to find it, they walked into the room where the prophecy was held. They found Harry's prophecy. They were going to turn around and walk out, but then Voldemort's helpers were standing in the back of them. They tried to take the prophecy from Harry by trying to kill them all. Harry tried to fight back, but fell. The prophecy shattered on the floor into pieces that could not be fixed. "...the small spun-glass ball dropped from his pocket and before either of them could catch it, one of Neville's floundering feet kicked it. I flew some ten feet to their right and smashed on the step beneath them." This made me react in a worried way, because I did not know what was going to happen next; however, the worry also heightened my

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