Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Hardcover)
Rescued from the outrageous neglect of his aunt and uncle, a young boy with a great destiny proves his worth while attending Hogwarts School for Witchcraft and Wizardry.see more...
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We followed the moment where Harry is left at the door of his uncles so he can live a normal life after the death of his parents, but what Dumbledore did not know was that by letting him live with his family, he would be condemning Harry to a Miserable childhood, because his uncles relegate him to a small room under the stairs and his cousin Duda mistreats him a lot. As he grows up, abnormal things surround the boy, and at every event he is punished by his uncles, who hide from Harry his true story, until his 11th birthday when the Hogwarts letters begin to arrive.
From there things change and change a lot, Harry discovers that he is known by the wizarding world, and that his parents did not die in a car accident, but rather they were killed by Voldemort an evil wizard, and he carries on the forehead the Mark of this battle, a ray-shaped scar. The story then follows with Harry's routine in his new life, he meets Ron and soon becomes friends, but his fame precedes him, and not everyone treats him with admiration, which soon becomes clear by the quarrels with Draco and Professor Snape , Who seem to hate Harry.
The narrative is very light and the reading flows quickly, the language is not difficult and at no time gets boring or loses its rhythm, the characters are all very well built, with special emphasis for Hermione that is very annoying as soon as it appears, but that Conquers us during the course of the plot, and makes us admire his intelligence and tenacity.
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